April 30, 2015

Natural Geography


Kbase Thing

Natural Geography can be thought of as consisting of all the entities which are localizable within the context of a geography, in the sense that they might plausibly be represented on a map. This includes both partially tangible entities like geographical regions, and also entities that may be wholly intangible, like territorial borders and boundaries, latitude lines and longitude lines, trajectories of missiles and courses of ships, and the Equator.