Systems Approach
Systems
SystemsAny set of interrelated components or objects which areconnected together to form a working unit or unified whole.In...
Closed Systems
Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.
Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.
Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.
Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.                      In...
Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.         ENERGY         ...
Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.         ENERGY         ...
Open Systems
Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Mo...
Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Mo...
Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Mo...
Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Mo...
Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Mo...
Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Mo...
Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Mo...
Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Mo...
IB Geography: Systems Approach
IB Geography: Systems Approach
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IB Geography: Systems Approach

  1. 1. Systems Approach
  2. 2. Systems
  3. 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. 4. Closed Systems
  5. 5. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.
  6. 6. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.
  7. 7. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings.
  8. 8. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings. Inputs, Stores, Processes, Outputs
  9. 9. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings. ENERGY Inputs, Stores, Processes, Outputs
  10. 10. Closed SystemsThere is transfer of energy, but not matter, between thesystem and its surroundings. ENERGY ENERGY Inputs, Stores, Processes, Outputs
  11. 11. Open Systems
  12. 12. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones.
  13. 13. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones.
  14. 14. Open SystemsWhere systems receive inputs and transfer outputs ofenergy and/or matter across the boundaries betweenthem. Most natural systems are open ones.
  15. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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