Economic and resource geography, Humanities

Economic and Resource Geography-We study in economic geography the locational, behavioral and organizational principles and processes related along with the spatial allocation of scarce like: human, natural and man-made resources (that are distributed spatially also) and the spatial patterns and (indirect and direct, economic, environmental and social) consequences resulting by such assignations.

Economic geography is the study of the distribution, location and spatial association of economic activities across the world.

Economic Geography?

Approaches to study?

Branches?

Resources?

Classification of resources?

Resource planning

On the Basis of Origin

On the Basis of Exhaustibility

On the Basis of Ownership

On the Basis of the Status of Development

Importance of natural resource geography

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