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Thanks for visiting! Right now you're on GEOGRAPHY4KIDS.COM. If you are looking for physical geography or earth science basics, stay on this site. It's not just for geography for kids, it's for everyone. This site has an introduction to the earth sciences that includes topics on the Earth's structure, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere (for a start). If you're still not sure what to click, try our site map that lists all of the topics on the site. If you surf and get lost in all of the information, use the search function on the top of the pages.
WELCOME TO GEOGRAPHY4KIDS.COM
OKAY! Let's start here...If you're saying, "Where do I start with so much information about the Earth?" Don't worry. There's one common thing that is found throughout the universe... ENERGY. We suggest starting your explorations there. We'll introduce many concepts about the flow of energy on Earth and then lead you into other ideas on the site.
Many of you may not be familiar with PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. It's the biggest Earth Science around. It uses many ideas from other sciences that you have seen before. We can only begin to explain how ideas from many different fields combine into the knowledge of physical geography. You will find information from chemistry, biology, physics, climatology, astronomy and many other sciences.
One big thing to remember... This kind of geography is not about countries and gross domestic products. Physical geography is all about the Earth and the things that happen on Earth. Humans are only one part of the overall equation.
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