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  1. How are lines of latitude and longitude measured?
  2. What geometric quality is preserved by cylindrical maps?
  3. A concern with the historical patterns of human settlement, migration, town building, and the human use of the earth. Often, this subdiscipline best blends geography and history as a perspective on human activity.
  4. What are the principal reference lines for lines of latitude?
  5. What makes Geography different from the other sciences?
  1. a historical geography
  2. b Direction
  3. c Equator, tropic of cancer, tropic of Capricorn, arctic circle, Antarctic circle
  4. d Includes both physical and human sciences
  5. e Degrees, minutes, seconds (or decimal degrees)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. place identity
  2. Formal, uniform, functional (modal)
  3. Direction
  4. Large, small
  5. map projection

5 True/False Questions

  1. The study of patterns of disease diffusion, environmental impact on public health, and the interplay of geographic factors, migration, and population. With the increasing ease of international movement, medical geography is becoming more important as the potential for disease diffusion increases.medical geography

          

  2. A map constructed to show considerable detail in a small area.small-scale map

          

  3. What geometric quality is preserved by conical maps?Area

          

  4. Area where there is a coherent structure of areal units organized into a functioning system by lines of movement or influence that converge on a central node or trunk (e.g. USF's service area).USA and Canada, Latin America, Monsoonal Asia, Oceana, Russia and near abroad, Europe, North Africa and Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa

          

  5. Lines of longitude that extend from pole to pole and intersect parallels of latitude.Meridians

          

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