How people depend on, adjust to and modify physical systems on international scales (e.g., resource development of oil, coal, timber)
The Interactions Between People and Places
Analyze the impacts of physical systems on people.
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How people depend on, adjust to and modify physical systems on a National scale (e.g., soil conservation programs, projects of The Corps of Engineers)
Forces by which people modify the physical environment (e.g., increasing population; new agricultural techniques; industrial processes and pollution)
Compare and contrast the effect of the physical systems on people across regions of the United States.
Spatial effects of activities in one region on another region (e.g., scrubbers on power plants to clean air, transportation systems such as Trans-Siberian Railroad, potential effects of fallout from nuclear power plant accidents)
How culture and experience influence perceptions of places and regions