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¶ … geography (when I even thought about it) was that it was a class that I had to take in high school as part of my graduation requirements. Additionally, I believed that it was the study of land including a wide variety of areas such as; mountains, lakes, streams, hills, desert and forest areas. If I considered it, I would also think of it as a subject that I was not very knowledgeable in, nor did I really entertain any thoughts about gaining any knowledge about it. After attending the lecture and reading the article, I learned (much to my surprise) that geography as a study was much more diverse, interesting and intriguing than what I had previously imagined. I discovered that geography is a field that studies much more than just the physical attributes of Mother Earth. Geography studies more than just the mountains, hills, streams and lakes; it also...

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I also learned that there are two distinct areas of study; the physical aspects of geography and the human aspects of geography. I also learned that geographers are more than just scientists who study the land, more than just individuals who are trained in both cartology (the study of maps and mapmaking) and toponymy (the study of names and places); I learned that they also study the way that the environment is affected by those inhabitants who live there and that they study both the physical attributes of the land and how the inhabitants interact with those attributes. I had never before imagined that geography (or geographers) could include so much diversity, or that…

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Schlemper, M.B.; Adams, J.K.; Solem, M.; (2014) Geographers in business, government and nonprofit organizations: Skills, challenges and professional identities, Professional Geographer, Vol. 66, Issue 3, pp. 480-493


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