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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What Exactly is Geography? Quote 1: an area of study that deals with the location of countries, cities, rivers, mountains, lakes, etc. ( 2: the study of human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources and political and economic activities.( is the same between both quotes?They both investigate and study earth and its physical featuresWhat is different between both quotes?Quote one is just about the arrangement of the places on earth while quote 2 is about how human activity affects and affected by natural features and environment What are the main branches of geography? Human Geography Physical Geography The human geography is split into different fields, such as:Animal geographyCultural geographyDevelopment GeographyEconomic geographyHistorical geography Physical geography splits into different types, such as:HydrologyGeomorphologyGlaciologyMeteorologyPedology Geography originally came from greek word gē meaning earth and -graphia which means writing. Where does geography come from? Who was the first ever geographer? A list of the first geographers:Anaximander, Eratosthenes, Scylax of CaryandaI think the first geographer is Eratosthenes.This is because Eratosthenes invented the discipline of geography and is the first ever to actually use the word geography. the branch of geography dealing with natural features. the branch of geography dealing with how human activity affects or is influenced by the earth's surface. Then how is geography studied at university? Physical geography:Hydrology:the amounts and quality of water moving and accumulating on the land surface and in the soilsGeomorphology: Studying the surface of the earthGlaciology:Study of glaciers and ice sheetsMeteorology:scientific study of the atmosphere that focuses on weather processes and short term forecasting Pedology:Study of soils in their natural environmentHuman geography:Historical:study of the human, physical, fictional, theoretical, and "real" geographies of the pastAnimal:Study of animalsCulture:Study of cultural products and normsHealth:application of geographical information, perspectives, and methods to the study of health, disease and health care.Development:study of the location, distribution and spatial organization of economic activities, across the Earth. How is geography defined today? What does life as a geographer look like? Geography jobs:CartographerGIS specialistClimatologistTransportation managementEnvironmental management Cartographer:The news media, book publishers, atlas publishers, government agencies and others are looking for cartographers to help produce maps. GIS specialist:coursework and internships in GIS are especially important. Computer programming or engineering skills are very helpful in this arenaClimatologist:these jobs usually go to those with meteorology degrees, a geographer with experience and vast coursework in meteorology and climatology would definitely be an asset.Transportation management:here are opportunities in local government but regional transit authorities or shipping, logistics, and transportation companies look kindly to someone with transportation geographyEnvironmental management:A geographer brings excellent skills for project management and the development of reports like environmental impact reports. If I were to be a geographer, I would be a climatologist. I want to be a climatologist as it is very fun to predict weathers for all people over the country. It is also very interesting to look at clouds and different types of weather to identify and forecast what the weather is going to be like a few days later or so.
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