What Is Aspect in Geography?

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Aspect in Geography refers to the horizontal direction to which a mountain gradient or slope faces. For instance, a slope on the eastern edge of the Rockies toward the Great Plains is described to have an easterly aspect.
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Physical Geography has to do with elements such as Islands,
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You can calculate Area, if dimensions are known. But don't understand what you meant by Aspect.
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