5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- population distribution
- World Heritage site
- physiologic population density
- replacement rate
- a a place of great natural or cultural value that has been placed on UNESCO's list
- b the total fertility rate needed for a population to replace itself. varies by country, but is about 2.1 in most developed countries
- c the development of a global, or worldwide society in which people, money, information and goods flow fairly freely across national borders
- d where people live in a country, whether crowded together in cities or spread out in the countryside
- e the population of a country divided by its arable land area
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the average number of children a woman in a given population will have in her lifetime
- a person who starts and runs a very small business
- herders who wander, looking for water and grazing land for their animals. once their animals have grazed an area, they move on.
- the number of old and young dependents who don't work compared with the working age population. The higher the ratio, the more young and old people the workers have to support.
- pollution that starts in one country and crosses boundaries into other countries. Generally, it is carried by wind or water
5 True/False Questions
acclimatize → rain that can damage the environment because it contains acid from factory smoke and car exhaust. can damage plants, fish, animals, and even buildings.
doubling time → the length of time it takes for a population to double
water cycle → a river and all the streams that flow into it
monsoon → the gradual wearing away of Earth's surface by the action of wind, water, ice, and gravity
carrying capacity → the number of people or animals the environment can support