5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- cultural barriers
- physical geography
- hierarchical diffusion
- a Prevailing cultural attitude rendering certian innovations; ideas or practices unacceptable or unadoptable in that particular culture.
- b the study of geographic phenomena by visiting places and observing how people interact with and thereby change those places
- c A form of diffusion in which an idea or innovation spreads by passing first among the most connected places or peoples.
- d One of the two major divisions of systematic geography; the spatial analysis of the structure, processes, and location of Earth's natural phenomena such as climate, soil, plants, animals, and topography.
- e a hunt for a cache, the GPS coordinates which are placed on the Internet by other geocachers
5 Multiple choice questions
- geographic viewpoint - a response to determinism that holds the human decision making
- Belief or "understanding" about a place developed through books, movies, stories or pictures
- The second theme of geography as defined by the geography as defined by the Geography Educational National Implementation project reciprocal relationships between human and environment
- A logical attempt to explain the ______ional pattern of the economic activity and the manner in which its producing areas are interrelated. The agricultural _____ _______ contained in the von Thünen model is a leading example.
- method of collecting data or information through the use of instruments (e.g., satellites) that are physically distant from the area or object of study.
5 True/False questions
contagious diffusion → The distance-controlled spreading of an idea, innovation, or some other item through a local population by contact from person to person - analogous to the communication of a contagious illness.
expansion diffusion → the spread of an innovation or an idea through a population and the numbers of those influenced rapidly increase
mental map → A general map depicting a certain piece of info. such as precipitation.
relative location → The position of place of a certian item on the surface of the Earth as expresed in degrees, minutes, and seconds of latitude, 0° to 90° north or south of the equator, and longitude, 0° to 180° east or west of the Prime Meridian passing through Greenwich, England.
spatial perspective → physical location of geographic phenomena across space