AbstractA systemic approach brought to Geography a new way to understand forms (elements) and processes (relations), allowing greater integration with the subsystems that compose it: society and nature. The objective of this article is to propose new considerations in the conceptualization of spatial organizations, using the geosystems vision of Sotchava (1971), Bertrand (1972), Beroutchachivili and Bertrand (1978), as well as the considerations of anthropic systems of Rodriguez (1997) and Perez Filho (2007). The procedures adopted to achieve this objective were based on the interpretation of specific literature about the main themes of this study: systemic approach, geosystem, anthropic system and spatial organization, and its application in a case study in the watershed. It was concluded that such spatial organizations, object of study in Geography, resulting relations of the physical-naturals and anthropic or socioeconomic systems in higher level
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