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The disciplines that most thoroughly exploit spatial thinking about Earth's patterns are geosciences and geography. In general, geoscientists are more concerned about causes why the Earth is the way it is and geographers are more concerned about consequences implications of Earth's attributes for human society , but there is considerable overlap.
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The hypothesis templates of the earlier post, written by a geoscientist, are suited for extracting meaningful inferences about possible causes of spatial patterns. Could you construct similar templates for extracting meaningful inferences about consequences?
Notes on sources: I first tried out this "causes" and "consequences" idea in a talk at a meeting on spatial thinking in geography education at the National Geographic Society in fall I thank the meeting participants for feedback on the idea, in particular the point that there is overlap between geosciences and geography in this regard. I got the idea about Appalachians as protection for North Americans--as well as a barrier for Europeans settlers--while trolling through Wikipedia. No primary source was provided. Your Account.
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