Geographic diagram

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Time-space diagram by Adri Dietvorst, 1998

A geographic diagram is a diagram in the field of geography, the field of science devoted to the study of the lands, the features, the inhabitants, and the phenomena of Earth.

History[edit]

18th century
19th century
20th century
21th century

Types of geographic diagrams[edit]

Comparison charts[edit]

Concept maps[edit]

Flow diagrams[edit]

Functional diagrams[edit]

Layered diagrams[edit]

Organizational charts[edit]

Thematic maps[edit]

Venn diagrams[edit]

Themes of geographic diagrams[edit]

Diagrams of lakes[edit]

Diagrams of mountains[edit]

General
Diagrams of altitudinal zones

Diagrams of volcanoes[edit]

Geographic coordinate system[edit]

Geographical models[edit]

Horizon diagrams[edit]

Population diagrams[edit]

Time zone diagrams[edit]

See also[edit]