Introduction to Geography: People, Places, and Environment, Global Edition

Published by Pearson
ISBN 10: 1-29206-126-X
ISBN 13: 978-1-29206-126-9

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Geography - Review and Discussion Questions: 3

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Carl Sauer was instrumental in bringing this concept to the forefront of geographical studies. Landscape can be conceived as the “visible imprint of human activity on the physical environment.”Dar-es-Salaam experienced four stages of cultural dominance in less than one century, with each stage leaving its imprint on the city (Arabs from Zanzibar; German colonizers; post-WWII British control and Asian immigration; the capital of newly independent Tanzania.

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Carl Sauer was instrumental in bringing this concept to the forefront of geographical studies. Landscape can be conceived as the “visible imprint of human activity on the physical environment.”Dar-es-Salaam experienced four stages of cultural dominance in less than one century, with each stage leaving its imprint on the city (Arabs from Zanzibar; German colonizers; post-WWII British control and Asian immigration; the capital of newly independent Tanzania.
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