5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- urban fringe
- spatial inequality
- map projection
- digital divide
- a refers to the method a cartographer uses to transfer all the information from the round earth onto flat paper. All maps distort with regards to shape, orientation, and/or relative area.
- b the entire geographical area drained by a river and its tributaries
- c The discrepancy between people who have access to and the resources to use new information and communication tools, such as the internet, and people who do not have the resources and access to the technology.
- d the unequal distribution of wealth or resources in a geographic area, so that some places are richer than others
- e the ring of small towns and suburbs that surround a big city
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A vegetation zone of mainly tall trees that remain green all year; also refers to the type of vegetation in this zone
- the study of natural features of the earth's surface such as landforms and bodies of water
- a change in the shape, size, or position of a place when it is shown on a map
- all the plant life in a particular region
- a large areas of Earth with a certain mix of plants and trees that are adapted to similar conditions
5 True/False Questions
Meridians of longitude → trees with broad, flat leaves that are shed before winter
region → an area with common features that set it apart from other areas
South Pole → 90 degrees North latitude
global grid → is a crisscross network of meridian and parallels on a map or globe which allows someone to locate any place exactly on the earth's surface.
domestication → The clearing and destruction of forests to harvest wood for consumption, clear land for agricultural uses, and make way for expanding settlement frontiers.