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Geo-science used to be called geography. It is now a much wider subject.
Geo-science helps learners to make informed judgments about changing environments and contexts.
It studies physical human and animal processes and spatial patterns on Earth in an integrated way over space and time. It examines the spatial distribution of people and their activities. Learners study physical and artificial features, ecosystems and interactions between humans, and between humans and their world.
All these change constantly.