Human Geography

Legal Geography Explained

Legal Geography is a subset of geography that takes into consideration the connections between the law and legal system and looks at it spatially by focusing on not only where the law happens but how social and cultural systems affect it. According to, “Expanding the Spaces of Law” there are […]

Physical Geography

World map of distance to the coastline with contours every 250 km. Small circles indicate poles of inaccessibility. Source: Garcia-Castellanos & Lombardo, 2007

What is a Pole of Inaccessibility?

A pole of inaccessibility is a geographical point that represents the most remote place to reach in a given area, often based on distance from the nearest coastline. A geographic concept, the location of a pole of inaccessibility is not necessary an actual physical feature.  It is subject to a variety […]