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Rader's GEOGRAPHY 4 KIDS

Rader's GEOGRAPHY 4 KIDS
OKAY! Let's start here... 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.

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