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  • Chapter 1: Earth Environments and Systems Physical Geography Ninth Edition Robert E. Gabler James. F. Petersen L. Michael Trapasso Dorothy Sack
    • Geography
    • Spatial Science
    • Human Geography
    • Regions
    • Regional Geography
    1.1 – The Study of Geography
  • 1.1 The Study of Geography
    • Geography
    • Spatial Science
    • Human Geography
    • Regions
    • Regional Geography
  • 1.1 The Study of Geography
    • Physical Geography
      • Meteorologists
      • Climatologists
      • Geomorphology
      • Biogeographers
      • Soil Scientists
      • Hydrologists
      • Oceanographers
      • Glaciologists
  • 1.1 The Study of Geography
    • Technology, Tools, and Methods
      • Computers
      • Satellite images
      • Cartographer
      • Observations
      • Data
  • 1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
    • The Spatial Science Perspective
      • Spatial science
    • Location
      • absolute location
      • relative location
    • Characteristics of Place
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
    • Spatial Distributions and Spatial Patterns
      • Spatial distributions
      • Spatial pattern
    • Spatial Interaction
      • Spatial interaction
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
    • Ever-Changing Earth
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
    • The Physical Science Perspective
      • The Earth System
        • System
        • Earth system
        • Variables
      • Scientific method
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
    • Earth’s Major Subsystems
      • Subsystems
        • Atmosphere
        • Lithosphere
        • Biosphere
        • Hydrosphere
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
    • Earth Impacts
      • Dynamic
        • Seasons, ocean tides, earthquakes, floods, volcanic eruptions
      • Long-term Changes
        • World climates, drought cycles, rise or fall in sea levels, erosion of coastlines
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
    • The Environmental Science Perspective
      • Environment
    • Human Impacts
      • ecology
      • ecosystem
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
  • 1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
    • Human-Environment Interactions
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
  • 1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
    • A Life-Support System
      • Natural resources
      • Pollution
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
  • Kissimmee River and Lake Okeechobee
    • The Human-Environment Equation
    1.2 Major Perspectives in Physical Geography
  • 1.3 Models and Systems
    • Model
    • Physical models
    • Pictorial/graphic models
    • Mathematical/statistical models
    • Conceptual models
    • Mental maps
  • 1.3 Models and Systems
    • Systems Theory
  • 1.3 Models and Systems
    • How Systems Work
      • Movement of matter and energy
      • Inputs
      • Outputs
  • 1.3 Models and Systems
    • How Systems Work
      • Closed systems
  • 1.3 Models and Systems
    • Equilibrium in Earth Systems
      • equilibrium
      • Dynamic equilibrium
  • 1.3 Models and Systems
    • Equilibrium in Earth Systems
      • Feedback
      • Negative feedback
      • Positive feedback
      • threshold
  • Feedback Loop
  • Physical Geography End of Chapter 1: Earth Environments and Systems