Questions from Deirdre. 1. Almost all parts of the Earth have been affected by people’s interaction with the landscape whether it is directly or indirectly. Is there any landscape that can be described as purely “natural?”
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GEOG 347: Landscape and Social Reproduction
4. Historic Axiom (history matters- changes in taste, habit, technology, wealth, ambition reflected in landscape; Correlates lumpiness, mechanical/technical
5. *Geographic/Ecologic Axiom (context matters)
6. Axiom of Environmental Control (knowledge of physical landscape important)
7. Axiom of Landscape Obscurity (landscape meanings not obvious; need to learn to see)