Geographic Dynamics, Visualization and Modeling
Generally speaking, dynamics is the work of forces (or energy) that produces movement and change in a system and manifests interrelationships among the elements of space, time, and forces. Geographic dynamics centers upon such interrelationships near the surface of the Earth and often across physical, biological, and human domains. While the term, geographic dynamics is less popular than terms like atmospheric dynamics and geological dynamics, the concept of geographic dynamics is deeply rooted in a broad range of geographic studies. Time, like space, is fundamental to time geography, historical geography, cultural geography, environmental geography, biogeography, geomorphology, climatology, hydrology, and many other fields of geography....