100 Geography Quiz Questions and Answers | Trivia Quiz Night (2022)

From China to Chile, Namibia to The Netherlands, if you’re looking to run an epic geography pub quiz, you’ve landed in the right place. Whether you’re running a real-life quiz or a virtual trivia night on Zoom, House Party or Skype, we’ve curated 100 of the best geography quiz questions and answers.

Delivered in ten rounds of ten, we’ve got everything from simple headscratchers to slightly tricky geography quiz questions, and everything in between. And, if you really need to make the quiz easier for your friends, family or colleagues, consider making a round (or two) a Picture Round – just do a search of Google or Getty Images to get your quizzing kicks.

Ready to get your geography general knowledge quiz started? Let’s go!

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Quiz Rounds

Travel and Geography Quiz Questions and Answers

Get your quiz night off to an easy start with some more general travel-related

1. You have to cross the famously dangerous Darién Gap to cross between which two countries?

2. What runs from Chicago to Santa Monica?

3. If you are sailing in the Whitsundays, you are off the coast of which country?

4. Which service began in 1883, running between Paris and Constantinople (Istanbul)?

5. If you travelled down the Mekong river to Luang Prabang, which country would you be in?

6. In the film The Motorcycle Diaries, who travels around Latin America on a motorbike?

7. In which country could you ride the Blue Train and hike the Otter Trail?

8. Where could you take in the scenery of the Bergen line?

9. If you crossed the Khyber Pass, you would be traversing between which two countries?

10. Part of a famous migrant route heading North from Central America, what form of transport is “La Bestia” (The Beast)?

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Travel and Geography Quiz Answers

  1. Panama and Columbia
  2. Route 66
  3. Australia
  4. The Orient Express
  5. Laos
  6. Che Guevara (and Alberto Granado)
  7. South Africa
  8. Norway
  9. Pakistan and Afghanistan
  10. A train

Interesting fact: Also known as “El tren de la muerte” (The train of death) because of the dangers involved in riding it, up to half a million migrants each year climb onto the roof in an attempt to reach the USA.

US Geography Quiz Questions

The good ‘ol US of A is always great quizzing fodder, with many a great trivia fact perfect for a geography quiz night. Test your participants’ mettle with these ten cracking questions about American geography:

1. What stretches 3,000 miles from British Columbia in Canada to New Mexico?

2. Which river rises in Western Wyoming and winds over 1,000 miles before emptying into the Columbia river at Tri-cities, Washington?

3. Which of the Great Lakes is the smallest?

4. What is the highest peak in the USA?

5. Which city is located where the Mississippi meets the Missouri?

6. Where in Florida is the Southernmost Point buoy located, denoting the lowest latitude land in continental USA?

7. Covering 190,000 square miles, what is the largest desert in the USA?

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8. Which state is bordered by Arkansas to the South and Iowa to the North?

9. Lake Okeechobee is found in which state?

10. In which mountains would you find Camp David?

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US Geography Quiz Round Answers

  1. The Rocky Mountains
  2. Snake River
  3. Lake Ontario
  4. Denali (Mount McKinley)
  5. St Louis
  6. Key West
  7. Great Basin Desert
  8. Missouri
  9. Florida
  10. Appalachian

Map Trivia Questions

Do they know their borders from their beaches? In this round of ten great world geography quiz questions and answers, we focus on map-related trivia:

1. What stretch of water can be found between Alaska and Kamchatka?

2. Which is the largest state of Australia by area?

3. The equator passes through which three South American countries?

4. Which is the largest African country by area?

5. Which country has the longest total coastline in the world?

6. What is the largest island in the Mediterranean by both area and population?

7. Which southern tip of which continent is closest to Antarctica?

8. Which is the only African country to share a land border with another continent?

9. Which is the largest landlocked country in the world by area?

10. Which enormous but scantily inhabited island lies to the North West of Iceland?

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Map Trivia Round Answers

  1. The Bering Strait
  2. Western Australia
  3. Ecuador, Columbia, Brazil
  4. Algeria
  5. Canada
  6. Sicily
  7. q
  8. Egypt
  9. Kazakhstan
  10. Greenland

Did you know? According to the sagas, Eric the Red was exiled from Iceland for murder and sailed to Greenland. It is even more rugged and inhospitable than Iceland but he thought that the name “Greenland” would encourage more Vikings to settle there.

Country Quiz Questions and Answers

From the world’s smallest country to the largest country, test your contestants’ knowledge of the globe’s numerous nations with these ten great geography questions and answers:

1. Which country is completely surrounded by South Africa?

2. In which country would you find the region of Inner Mongolia?

3. The Baltic States refers to Lithuania, Latvia and which other country?

4. In which country would you find the ruins of Chichen Itza and Palenque?

5. In which country would you find Sihanoukville, Battambang and Siam Reap?

6. Which sub-Saharan country whose capital is Juba gained its independence in 2011?

7. Which country’s only land borders are with Israel and Syria?

8. The islands of Mindanao, Luzón and Visayas are part of which country?

9. The districts of Famagusta and Nicosia are in which Mediterranean Island Country?

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10. If you headed due North from Dubai across the Persian Gulf, which country would you land in?

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Country Trivia Round Answers

  1. Lesotho
  2. China
  3. Estonia
  4. Mexico
  5. Cambodia
  6. South Sudan
  7. Lebanon
  8. The Philippines
  9. Cyprus
  10. Iran

Capital Cities Questions and Answers

Think your contestants will fare well on a round of capital cities questions? We’ve scoured the globe to present these ten easy geography quiz questions related to country capitals:

1. Which South American country has its capital at Ascensión?

2. Canberra is the capital city of where?

3. Ouagadougou might be the most fun capital city to say. Where is it?

4. Antananarivo is also a fun word to say, as is the country it is in. Where is it the capital of?

5. Of which European country is Bucharest the capital?

6. Which Pacific Island nation has Suva as its capital?

7. Where in the Caribbean would you find the capital city St. John’s?

8. Vientiane is the capital city of which Asian country?

9. Dili is the capital city of which former Portuguese colony?

10. Ankara is not the biggest city, but it is the capital of where?

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Capital Cities Round Answers

  1. Paraguay
  2. Australia
  3. Burkina Faso
  4. Madagascar
  5. Romania
  6. Fiji
  7. Antigua
  8. Laos
  9. East Timor / Timor Leste
  10. Turkey

US State Capitals Questions

Take ‘em back to the Land of the Brave, with another compelling round of hard geography questions relating to capital cities, this time in the United States of America.

1. Which state capital shares its name with a mythical bird?

2. Which state capital has the same name as a world-famous golf course in Georgia?

3. Which state capital shares its name with both a bicycle manufacturer and a British explorer from Elizabethan times?

4. Which state capital is named after the explorer who is credited with discovering the continent?

5. Which state capital translates from French as “of the monks”?

6. Which state capital is named after the 16th US President?

7. Which state capital is named after one of the indigenous peoples from the Great Plains?

8. Which state capital shares its name with Mr. Burns from The Simpsons?

9. Which state capital shares its name with a port town in Kent, England?

10. Which state capital was named after Andrew but shares its name with Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael?

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US State Capitals Rounds Answers

  1. Phoenix, Arizona
  2. Augusta, Maine
  3. Raleigh, North Carolina
  4. Columbus, Ohio
  5. Des Moines, Iowa
  6. Lincoln, Nebraska
  7. Cheyenne, Wyoming
  8. Montgomery, Alabama
  9. Dover, Delaware
  10. Jackson, Mississippi

International Airports Geography Quiz Questions

So your quizzers have gotten this far into your pub quiz, so why not take them airborne? Let’s see if they know their Charles de Gaulle from their Changi, with this slightly difficult round of 10 geography quiz questions all about airports!

1. If you landed at Jomo Kenyatta Airport, which city would you be heading to?

2. Which enormous international airport serves Amsterdam in the Netherlands?

3. Which country is served by airports with the IATA codes ISB, KHI and LHE?

4. Which Caribbean island’s international airports are identified by the codes KIN and MBJ?

5. Which European capital city’s main airport is called Barajas?

6. In which city would you be landing if you flew into Indira Ghandi airport?

7. Which city is served by airports with the codes ORY and CDG?

8. Pearson International is the largest and busiest airport in which country?

9. The airport on the island of Madeira is named after a sportsperson. Who?

10. Which Asian country is served by airports with the IATA codes SGN and HAN?

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International Airports Geography Quiz Answers

  1. Nairobi
  2. Schiphol
  3. Pakistan
  4. Jamaica
  5. Madrid
  6. New Delhi
  7. Paris
  8. Canada
  9. Cristiano Ronaldo
  10. Vietnam

Mountain Geography Trivia Questions and Answers

We’re pretty big nature lovers and avid hikers, so mountains are definitely our jam. So while it was easy for us to put together these ten questions about the globe’s most famous peaks, we’ll bet it won’t be as simple for your quizzers to complete!

1. Name two of the Presidents carved into Mount Rushmore.

2. In which mountain range would you find the Matterhorn?

3. Mount Everest can be approached from which two countries?

4. The summit of Mount Chimborazo is the furthest point from the centre of the Earth. Where is it?

5. Which is the highest mountain in Africa?

6. Which mountain range separates France and Spain?

7. In which country would you find The Southern Alps?

8. Which small Pacific island is dominated by the massive volcano Piton des Neiges?

9. Where would you find Mauna Kea, the highest dormant volcano in the world?

10. What was the most glaring error about the 1968 disaster movie Krakatoa, East of Java?

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  1. Washington / Jefferson / Roosevelt / Lincoln
  2. The Alps
  3. Nepal and China
  4. Ecuador
  5. Kilimanjaro
  6. The Pyrenees
  7. New Zealand
  8. Reunion
  9. Hawaii
  10. Krakatoa is West of Java

Interesting fact: Based on Krakatoa’s enormous 1883 eruption, the producers thought that “East” sounded more evocative and reminiscent of Asia. In the film it also appears to take three days to reach Krakatoa from Java, although the distance is only about 30 miles.

British Geography Quiz Questions and Answers

Have you had your fill of US geography quiz questions? Let’s move to one of the other famous Uniteds… the United Kingdom or Great Britain, in this penultimate round. Try these ten great geography questions on for size:

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1. What sort of geographical feature is Wookey Hole famous for?

2. Which is the highest peak in the UK?

3. What sort of feature is a tarn, as found in Malham in the Yorkshire Dales?

4. What name is given to the lakes and navigable rivers that make up England’s most easterly National Park?

5. How are the 40,000 basalt columns on the north coast of Northern Ireland known?

6. In which county is the source of the river Thames?

7. There is only one British river longer than the Thames. What is it?

8. Which Emperor built a fortification to protect against the Scots, much of which still stands in Northumberland?

9. Which National Park spanning Hampshire and Wiltshire is home to wild ponies?

10. Occasionally subject to frozen precipitation, what is the tallest mountain in Wales?

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British Geography Quiz Answers

  1. Caves
  2. Ben Nevis
  3. A (glacial) lake
  4. The Broads
  5. Giant’s Causeway
  6. Gloucestershire
  7. The Severn
  8. Hadrian
  9. The New Forest
  10. Snowdon

Rivers, Lakes, Seas and Oceans Quiz Questions and Answers

And, just like that, you’ve reached the end of this epic geography quiz. Last up? A deep dive (sorry for the pun) into the world’s waters, in these ten awesome quiz questions about rivers, lakes and the seas.

1. Which ocean is the world’s most northerly?

2. What do the Caspian Sea, the Dead Sea, the Aral Sea and the Sea of Galilee have in common?

3. The Bay of Bengal is part of which ocean?

4. The Tasman Sea separates which two countries?

5. Which is the longest river in the world?

6. Which river might you traverse in order to pass from Mexico into the USA?

7. What is the most famous feature of the river that stretches from Lake Ontario to Lake Eerie?

8. Which area of sea is bordered to the North by Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida?

9. Which river flows 1,680 miles from the Himalayas to the coast of Bangladesh?

10. In which ocean would you find Pitcairn and Tahiti?

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Rivers, Lakes, Seas and Oceans Geography Quiz Round Answers

  1. The Arctic Ocean
  2. They are all actually lakes
  3. The Indian Ocean
  4. Australia and New Zealand
  5. The Nile
  6. The Rio Grande
  7. Niagara Falls
  8. The Gulf of Mexico
  9. The Ganges
  10. The (South) Pacific

Interesting Fact: After the famous mutiny, Fletcher Christian and other complicit sailors from HMS Bounty hid on the unpopulated Pitcairn. All the islanders are descended from the mutineers and their Tahitian wives and captives!

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FAQs

What are good geography quiz questions? ›

Trivia Questions
  • What is the only continent with land in all four hemispheres?
  • Which river flows through the Grand Canyon?
  • Where is Angel Falls, the world's largest waterfall, located?
  • What is the state capital of New York?
  • On what continent would you find the world's largest desert?
  • What is the capital of Ireland?
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What are the 5 geographical questions? ›

The five themes of geography help answer these questions: • Location: Where is it located? Place: What's it like there? Human/Environment Interaction: What is the relationship between humans and their environment • Movement: How and why are places connected with one another?

What questions are answered in geography? ›

The key geographic questions ask Where is it located? Why is it there? What is the significance of the location? As students pose additional questions, they seek responses that help to organize spatial understandings: What is this place like?

What are some good history questions? ›

World History Trivia Questions
  • What woman discovered radium and polonium?
  • What was the name of Blackbeard / Edward Teach's ship?
  • In what year did the Battle of Hastings take place?
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina was part of what former European country?
  • Who was the first explorer to sail around the world?
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Which country has the largest population quiz? ›

China, the world's most populous country, has over 1.3 billion. In fact, five of the top ten most populous countries in the world are located in Asia. India, the world's second largest for now, will soon surpass China in terms of population, while many countries in Africa are expected to grow larger as well.

Who is the father of GK? ›

Who is the father of GK full name? Rustom Cama (GK). father of GK : Bhikaiji Cama was born into a large, prosperous Parsi Zoroastrian family in Bombay ( Mumbai).

Who is the father of geography? ›

Eratosthenes, the ancient Greek scholar is called the 'father of geography. He was the first one to use the word geography and he also had a small-scale notion of the planet that helped him to determine the circumference of the earth.

What is physical geography answer? ›

Physical geography is the study of Earth's seasons, climate, atmosphere, soil, streams, landforms, and oceans.

What is a geographic problem? ›

Geographical Issues are areas of concern that arise due to changes in both physical and human environments.

How do you answer a geography question a level? ›

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What questions should I ask in 20 questions? ›

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  • What Was The Last Thing You Stole Or Shoplifted?
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What is a quiz question? ›

A quiz refers to a short test of knowledge, typically around 10 questions in length, with question formats often including multiple choice, fill in the blanks, true or false and short answer.

Who is the mother of history? ›

Abigail, Josephine, Adams and Anna are called as mothers of modern history.

Who is bigger country? ›

The largest country in the world is Russia with a total area of 17,098,242 Km² (6,601,665 mi²) and a land area of 16,376,870 Km² (6,323,142 mi²), equivalent to 11% of the total world's landmass of 148,940,000 Km² (57,510,000 square miles). See also: Most Populous Countries.

Can you name the smallest countries? ›

It's the Vatican! At only . 19 square miles, this tiny city-state (which is located entirely within the Italian city of Rome) easily earns the title of the world's smallest country. The second smallest country in the world is Monaco at .

Which country have more people? ›

China has the world's largest population (1.426 billion), but India (1.417 billion) is expected to claim this title next year. The next five most populous nations – the United States, Indonesia, Pakistan, Nigeria and Brazil – together have fewer people than India or China.

What is the world's smallest country? ›

The three smallest countries in the world are Vatican City, an enclave within Rome, Italy. Monaco, a principality at the Mediterranean coast and an enclave within Southern France, and Nauru, an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean.

How many countries are in the world? ›

Countries in the World:

There are 195 countries in the world today. This total comprises 193 countries that are member states of the United Nations and 2 countries that are non-member observer states: the Holy See and the State of Palestine.

Which of these is not a country? ›

Madrid is not a country – it is the capital and most populous city of Spain. The city has almost 3.3 million inhabitants and a metropolitan area population of approximately 6.5 million.

Who is the GK mother? ›

Bhikaiji Cama
Madam Bhikaji Cama
Born24 September 1861 Navsari, Bombay Presidency, British India
Died13 August 1936 (aged 74) Bombay, Bombay Presidency, British India
Organisation(s)India House, Paris Indian Society, Indian National Congress
MovementIndian independence movement
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Who is father of all subject? ›

Father's of Different Fields
List of Father's of Various Fields
Father of Different FieldsNames
Father of ElectricityBenjamin Franklin
Father of PaleobotanyAdolphe-Theodore Brongniart Birbal Sahni (India)
Father of Modern BiochemistryCarl Alexander Neuberg
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Who was the first man of India? ›

List of First in India (Male)
First Prime Minister of free IndiaPt. Jawaharlal Nehru
First British Viceroy of IndiaLord Canning
First Governor General of free IndiaLord Mountbatten
First and the last Indian Governer General of free IndiaC. Rajgopalachari
First man who introduce printing press in IndiaJames Hicky
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Who is the first geographer? ›

Eratosthenes of Cyrene (c. 276 BCE–192 or 194 BCE) was an ancient Greek mathematician, poet, and astronomer who is known as the father of geography.

Who is the father of Indian geography? ›

James Rennell has been called the Father of Indian Geography, and for his pioneering work on oceanography as the Father of Oceanography.

Who was the first say geography? ›

The first recorded use of the word geography was by Eratosthenes, a Greek scholar who lived from 276–to 194 BC and is credited with creating the discipline of geography.

What is the hardest knowledge question? ›

10 'hardest' General Knowledge Questions
  • What is the world's smallest country?
  • What are the first three books of The Old Testament?
  • How many sides does a dodecahedron have?
  • What were the names of Henry VIII's six wives?
  • Banksy is most associated with which city?
  • What nationality was Charlie Chaplin?
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What are the top five GK questions? ›

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  • Name the folk dance of Assam? ...
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  • Name the largest river in the world? ...
  • Where is Gir National Park located?

What are the 3 types geography? ›

There are three main strands of geography:
  • Physical geography: nature and the effects it has on people and/or the environment.
  • Human geography: concerned with people.
  • Environmental geography: how people can harm or protect the environment.

What are 4 types of human geography? ›

Types of Human Geography

Cultural geography, economic geography, health geography, historical geography, political geography, population geography, rural geography, and social geography are examples of sub-disciplinary studies in human geography that focus on distinct aspects of human activity and organization.

What are the 5 importance of geography? ›

Geography helps students to understand the physical world, such as land, air, water, and ecology. It also helps them to understand human environments, such as societies and communities. This also includes economics, social and cultural issues, and sometimes morals and ethics.

What is the impact of geography? ›

We find that location and climate have large effects on income levels and income growth, through their effects on transport costs, disease burdens, and agricultural productivity, among other channels. Furthermore, geography seems to be a factor in the choice of economic policy itself.

What is a geographical factor? ›

Geographical factors: climate, landscape, natural resources and stability.

How does geography affect the environment? ›

These features include vegetation, climate, the local water cycle, and land formations. Geography doesn't just determine whether humans can live in a certain area or not, it also determines people's lifestyles, as they adapt to the available food and climate patterns.

How do you get an A in A-Level geography? ›

How to pass A-Level Geography
  1. Revise a wide background of information. ...
  2. Go beyond your reading list. ...
  3. Practice your essay writing skills. ...
  4. Use past papers and the examiners' report. ...
  5. Work with a geography tutor.
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How do you answer a 6 mark question in geography? ›

GCSE Geography AQA - Exam Question Practice 6 Marker - YouTube

Is geography a-level easy? ›

Geography A-Level has a fantastic 98.6% pass rate, and is an easier A-Level in comparison to some of the others. It's not massively content heavy, and it's also fairly interesting, according to the research we've done on students' opinions.

What is the purpose of the 5 themes of geography? ›

The five themes of geography are location, place, region, movement, and human- environment interaction. The five themes enable you to discuss and explain people, places, and environments of the past and present.

What is a geographic problem? ›

Geographical Issues are areas of concern that arise due to changes in both physical and human environments.

What are geographic concepts? ›

Geographical concepts include location, place, scale, space, pattern, nature and society, networks, flows, regionalization, and globalization.

What is a geographic inquiry? ›

The Geo-Inquiry Process relies on using a geographic perspective, offering a unique lens to analyze space, place, and the interconnections between both the human and natural world.

What are the 2 types of location? ›

Geographers can describe the location of a place in one of two ways: absolute and relative.

What are the three types of regions? ›

Geographers have identified three types of regions: formal, functional, and vernacular. A functional region is also called a nodal region because it is defined by a social or economic function that occurs between a node or focal point and the surrounding areas.

What are the 5 types of geography? ›

The five themes of geography are location, place, human-environment interaction, movement, and region. These were defined in 1984 by the National Council for Geographic Education and the Association of American Geographers to facilitate and organize the teaching of geography in the K-12 classroom.

What are 4 types of human geography? ›

Types of Human Geography

Cultural geography, economic geography, health geography, historical geography, political geography, population geography, rural geography, and social geography are examples of sub-disciplinary studies in human geography that focus on distinct aspects of human activity and organization.

What is the impact of geography? ›

We find that location and climate have large effects on income levels and income growth, through their effects on transport costs, disease burdens, and agricultural productivity, among other channels. Furthermore, geography seems to be a factor in the choice of economic policy itself.

What is a geographical factor? ›

Geographical factors: climate, landscape, natural resources and stability.

What are the 7 key concepts in geography? ›

The seven geographical concepts of place, space, environment, interconnection, sustainability, scale and change are the key to understanding the places that make up our world. These are different from the content-based concepts such as weather, climate, mega cities and landscapes.

Is space a geography? ›

Space is a location/a geographical point on the earth's surface e.g. as defined by longitude and latitude.

What is geography PDF? ›

Geography is the study of the. location and distribution of living things, earth's features, and natural resources. In essence, Geography is concerned with the. a) Location. b) Spatial and distribution of living and non-living things patterns and relations.

Is geography a Greek word? ›

What is Geography? The word Geography is derived from the Greek word geo (the Earth, in its broadest meaning) and graphos (graphy, to write about).

What are skills in geography? ›

Geographic skills fall into several categories: Geographic resource interpretation skills include: using maps, photographs, diagrams, cartoons, images, statistics, keys, graphs, text, models, internet, speeches, surveys, films, TV, video clips and GIS to explain geographic information.

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