Geographic Location

A Geographic Location can be either a:

·         Geographic Area – a bounded area on the surface of the planet.

·         Geographic Point – used to define the position of other Geographic Locations.

·         Geographic Solid – such as a defined oil deposit. This also could refer to a mapped volume in space.[(]

·         Geographic Lines such as the route of a telephone line or a highway.

Note that the most significant sub-type of Geographic Location is Geographic Area. This encompasses:

·         Geopolitical Area - A place whose boundaries are defined by law or treaty. These include

·         Country – a nation, such as the “United States of America or “Indonesia.

·         Principal Country Division – a part of ...

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