Vol. 31, No. 2, Fall/Winter 1993 - "The Pennsylvania Geographer"


SPATIAL INTERCONNECTIONS: A GEOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVE


Burton 0. Witthuhn

Acting President

Western Illinois University

Macomb, Illinois



Abstract


A geographic perspective allows for description of the differences observed on the earth's surface. The resulting imposed ordering of observed phenomena allows for spatial interconnections to be established and understood. This essay helps the reader to understand how the geographic perspective enables the complexities of the observed world to be interrelated and made more clear to the human observer.


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