- the study of the causal relations between geographical phenomena occurring within a particular region
- the study of the spatial distribution of organisms (biogeography).
The goal of the chorological point of view is to know the character of regions and places through comprehension of the existence together and interrelations among different realms of reality and their varied manifestations, and to comprehend the earth surface as a whole in its actual arrangement in continents, larger and smaller regions, and places.Alfred Hettner
- "Place, A Short Introduction", Tim Cresswell
- "GEO 466/566: The Profession of Geography". Valpo.edu. 1996-10-02. Retrieved 2013-08-22.
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