Geography


Geography

Geography is a multifaceted subject. It covers an expanse of knowledge and has the potential to inspire a world of interest. So in this practical lesson, we will explore an introduction to geography. The wonder of the world and its features offers learners an array of information. But there is more to geography than meets the eye. Those who study geography and those who find careers within its varied fields consist of a satisfied curiosity -the curiosity to explore and understand the earth and its inhabitants. The subject of geography, itself contains within two separate topics: human and physical geography. Very often, elements of culture are brought into sharper focus through human geography while land and atmospheric features tend to be at the forefront of physical geography’s inclusion. Comprising a variety of topics, the subject of geography gives us a window into the world of economic, earth, universe, atmosphere, analysis and more. And this set of e-learning flashcards provides learners with an up-close introduction. The subject of geography is both spatial and unique in a study. It tells us about the world around us. And in a world brimming with questions, geography can help lead us to some of the answers. From ancient times to the modern day, scientific and scholarly minds have been fascinated by the wonder of our world. The methods of study may vary over time, but curiosity is the same. Everyone has questions about the world around them, and this set of e-learning flashcards was designed to blend this classic subject with an innovative teaching and learning approach. The result is a virtual lesson that can increase your knowledge and inspire your geographic journey. The world all around us is like a giant playground, get out and explore today, you can start with our flashcards!

References:
Introduction to Geography. https://www.harpercollege.edu
Geography: https://www.wikipedia.org

World Geography

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Aberdeen, Scotland Angola Atlantic City Baffin Island Belfast Benin Botswana Brunei Burma Burundi Cancun Cape of Good Hope Cape Verde Capri Island Carlsbad Caverns Catalina Island Caves of Hercules Central America-Famous Locations Central American Flags Chad Christmas Island Clare Island, Ireland Continents on the World Map Cook Islands Countries with the Largest Population Country of Georgia Crater Lake Dominica Donegal, Ireland Easter Island Edinburgh, Scotland Faroe Islands Giant's Causeway Giza, Egypt Guadalajara, Mexico Hershey, Pennsylvania Honshu Island Inverness, Scotland Java Island Ladoga Lake Lake Malawi Lake Toba Leaning Tower of Pisa Loch Ness Lake Luzon Island Marshall Islands Me Kong River Moldova Mount Ben Nevis Mystic Seaport Nantucket New Orleans, Louisianna Newfoundland Northern Hemisphere Panama Panama Canal Reed Flute Caves Rome, Italy Saint Lucia San Francisco Solomon Islands Somalia Stonehenge Sumatra The Arabian Desert The British Isles The Canary Islands The Cayman Islands The Channel Islands The Chocolate Hills The Eiffel Tower The Equator The Galapagos Islands The Ganges River The Gobi Desert The Great Barrier Reef The Great Wall of China The Indus River The Kalahari Desert The Mohave Desert The Moon Valley The Namib Desert The Northwest Passage The Painted Desert The Southern Hemisphere The Stone Forest The Ten Biggest Countries The Ural Mountain Range Trinidad and Tobago Turkey Uzbekistan Wave Rock Western Europe Yangtze River Yorktown, Virginia Zambezi River
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Early Explorers

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