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fixing typo, adding some subheadings

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@@ -47,6 +47,8 @@ two sides to the contemporary geography of the world.
# Basic Geographic Concepts
+## Location
+
So how do geographers operationalize these concerns? Like other disciplines,
we use a set of concepts. Perhaps the most basic concept in geography is
_location_: simply and most basically _where_ something
@@ -55,7 +57,7 @@ exists in a vaccuum, but rather takes on significance by its relation
to what surrounds it. This gets at the distinction between _absolute
location_ and _relative location_. Absolute location refers to an
objective description of where something is that does not change
-depending on context; it is the same everything. The most common way
+depending on context; it is the same _everywhere_. The most common way
we describe such locations is through _latitude_ and _longitude_.
![This is an image of an absolute location marker for an historical
@@ -64,6 +66,12 @@ we describe such locations is through _latitude_ and _longitude_.
significant, its relative historical location helps explain why it is
memorialized in the first place. Photo countesy Quinn Dombrowski](http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4151/5007446663_9f856d3937_b.jpg)
+## Distance
+
+## Scale
+
+## Diffusion
+
# Basic Geographic Arguments
With these basic concepts in hand, we can begin with some basic

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