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IB Geography: Systems Approach

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  • 1. Systems Approach
  • 2. Systems
  • 3. SystemsAny set of interrelated components or objects which areconnected together to form a working unit or unified whole.In geography it is usual to recognise two general types ofsystems: closed and open.
  • 4. Closed Systems
  • 5. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.
  • 6. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.
  • 7. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.
  • 8. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings. Inputs, Stores, Processes, Outputs
  • 9. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings. ENERGY Inputs, Stores, Processes, Outputs
  • 10. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings. ENERGY ENERGY Inputs, Stores, Processes, Outputs
  • 11. Open Systems
  • 12. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones.
  • 13. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones.
  • 14. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones.
  • 15. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones. Stores, Processes
  • 16. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones. Stores, Processes Inputs
  • 17. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones. Stores, Processes Inputs Outputs
  • 18. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones. ENERGY Stores, Processes Inputs Outputs
  • 19. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones. ENERGY ENERGY Stores, Processes Inputs Outputs

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