The line on which the Earth spins.
The time it takes the Earth to spin around the Sun.
An area with farming areas.
Taking the characteristics of a city.
The over flowing of water onto land.
When Earth's plates shift above sea level and cause the ground to shake.
These are mountains that have a hole in the top of them that lets lava and magma out from the Earth.
These are caused when Earth's plates shift below sea level and cause an increase in sea level, but the oceans tries to even its self out by making waves that are sometimes over one hundred feet tall.
Conditions that drive people to leave their homes.
Conditions drive people to new areas.
Long-term weather patterns.
Day to day temperature, and participation.
A area of land characterized by its climate and weather.
Biome in which the winters are cold but summers are mild enough to allow the ground to thaw.
an extremely cold, dry biome.
An extremely dry biome with little water and few plants.
Biome with grasses and scattered trees adapted to a tropical wet and dry climate.
Biome characterized by deep, nutrient-rich soil that supports many grass species
People who move into one country from another.
The act of moving out of the country on your own account.
The act of being forced out of the country by the government.
Biome near the equator with warm climate wet weather and lush plant growth.
The cool, dense, rainy forests of the northern Pacific coast; enshrouded in fog much of the time; dominated by large conifers.
Temperate Deciduous Forest
Biome; forest in a temperate region, characterized by trees that drop their leaves annually.
The total number of people living on Earth.
The way people are spread out over an area.
The science that tries to explain how population changes and why population distribution in uneven.
Number of People per square mile.
The number of births each 1000 years.
The number of deaths each 1000 years.
Peoples movement from one place from another.
The sending of money back to the home country you came.T