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Department
Geography
Course
GEOG 1HB3
Professor
Michael Mercier
Semester
Fall

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Key Concepts in Human Geography 2 Spatial interaction is the amount/level of movement or communication between two locations. • Everything is related to everything else, but near things are more related than distant things Distance decay is how the level or interaction declines as distance increases. • Friction of distance is distance that has a retarding effect on interactions. (time, money, etc) Accessibility/Connectivity is critical for the nature and level of spatial interaction. • Accessibility is the ease with which distance can be crossed (transportation, walking) • Connectivity is the tangible/intangible ways that places are connected. (Tangible: phone lines, internet access, bus routes, highways) (Intangible: immigration from hometown, political tension) • Friction of distance is how easy or difficult it is to
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