Geography

Physical geography


Physical geography is the study of the natural characteristics existing on the earth's surface.

That is, it addresses the characteristics of the Earth, its dynamics and natural elements, such as climate, relief, geology, topography, vegetation, hydrography, among others.

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Elements of the universe

The solar system
Sun and eclipses
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Astronomy

Spatial notions

Wind rose
Compass
Geographic coordinates
Latitude and longitude
Earth Movements
Time zones
Spindles in Brazil

Cartography and maps

Cartography Notions
Remote sensing
Maps
Cartographic projections
Cartographic scales
Level curves

Geology

What is geology?
Earth layers
Geological ages
Tectonism and volcanoes
Volcanic eruption
Plate Tectonics

Geomorphology

Geomorphology of planet earth
Tectonic plates
Major tectonic plates
Relief
Relief Types
Relief Modeling Agents
Tectonism
Volcanism
Seismic Shakes or Earthquakes
Weathering
Floods
Glaciers
Marine abrasion
Brazilian relief
Plateaus and plains of Brazil
Minerals
Rocks
Earth magnetism
Geysers
Geographic Accidents

Ground

Which is
Formation Factors
Fertility
Soil Types
Conservation

Atmosphere

Weather and climate

Difference between weather and climate
Temperature
Air masses
Climate diversity in Brazil
Climate Types in Brazil
Northern Region Climate
Northeast Region Climate
Midwest Region Climate
Southeast Region Climate
Southern Region Climate
Absolute x relative humidity
Rainfall
Clouds
Rain

Vegetation

Introduction
Vegetation classification
Terrestrial biomes
Tropical or equatorial rainforests
Prairies and Steppes
Tropical savannas
Deserts
Taiga / Coniferous Forest / Boreal Forest
Tundra
Vegetation Map of Brazil
Amazon rainforest
Atlantic forest
thick
Forest of Cocais
Caatinga
Araucaria Forest
Wetland
Campos
Coastal Vegetation

Hydrography

Introduction
Oceans
Antarctic Ocean
Arctic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Indian Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Seas
Rivers
Brazilian Hydrography
Plateau and lowland rivers
Brazil's watersheds
Brazil's main rivers
Amazon river
Tocantins River
Sao Francisco River
Parnaiba River
Parana River
Hydroelectric power plants in Brazil
Biggest rivers in the world

Natural phenomena

Nature Phenomena
Continental drift
Blood waterfalls
Midnight Sun and Polar Night
Volcano with blue flames
Red Moon
World's most active volcano
Northern Lights and Austral
Undersea volcanoes and volcanic openings
Hurricane - Tropical Cyclone
Lightning, lightning and thunder
Tsunami or Tidal Wave
Earthquakes
Blizzards
Avalanches
Sandstorms
Volcanic eruptions

Brazil

Regions
North region
Northeast Region
Midwest region
Southeast region
South region
Brazilian states
Capitals
Cultural diversity
Culture
Environmental issues and issues

Continents

Definition
Africa
Asia
America
Europe
Oceania