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5 Matching questions

  1. crude/ arithmetic density
  2. eco-migration
  3. guest workers
  4. administrative record linkage
  5. The Columbian Exchange
  1. a A population movement caused by the degradation of land and essential natural resources as a result of climate change
    - Floods, sea level rises, famine, drought, infestation
  2. b allows governments to build a detailed picture of an individual which can be regularly updates
    (ethical concerns of privacy)
  3. c The idea that when Columbus discovered the Americas and initiated the impact of Europeans on the discovered land, there was a major global change occurring. Essentially, how the immigrants affected the ecosystems of the Americas.
  4. d The total number of people living in an area divided by the total land area of that region
    (this description is not ideal because it does not account for uninhabitable land etc.)
  5. e Individuals who migrate temporarily to take jobs in other countries

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The movement by an individual based on choice (based on pull factors)
  2. it was established that countries would phase out the usage of all CFCs by 2010.
  3. farmers aim to maintain soil fertility by rotating the fields within which cultivation occurs
    - can only support areas with low population densities
  4. - Likely to have a greater impact on countries which have a lack of resources and a less stable political and economic infrastructure (peripheral countries)
  5. Involves the breeding and herding of animals to satisfy the human needs of food, shelter, and clothing
    (usually practised in cold, dry climates)

5 True/False questions

  1. The Green RevolutionThe export of a technological package of fertilizers and high-yielding seeds from the core to the periphery in order to increase global agricultural productivity
    (creative new ways to feed the population)


  2. push factorsForces of attraction that influence migrants to move to a particular location
    - Economic growth, job opportunities, location, health care benefits


  3. The Rio de Janeiro Summit(1992)
    Seeks development that balances economic development, environmental protection, and equitable development


  4. refugeethe land which is left over as a result of shifting cultivation methods


  5. transhumanceThe movement of herds according to seasonal rhythms: warmer, lowland areas in the winter and cooler, highland areas in the summer
    (common with pastoralists)