5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The Rio de Janeiro Summit
- forced migration
- phase 3 (transitional II)
- a The movement by an individual against his or her will (based on push factors)
- b (1992)
Seeks development that balances economic development, environmental protection, and equitable development
- c The replacement of human farm labor with machines
- d (demographic transitions model)
steady decrease in birth rate, stable increase in overall population and very low death rate
- e People who have fled their homelands because they have a well-founded fear of persecution on the grounds of race, religion, nationality, political belief, or social characteristic.
5 Multiple choice questions
- (England -> Upper Canada)
An organized migration of people that occurred in the early part of the 19th century; a part of a wider set of colonial policies that sought to encourage settlement overseas.
- Practice that involves the effective and efficient us of a small parcel of land to maximize crop yield
- Farming for direct consumption of the producer
NOT FOR SALE
- The difference between the crude death and birth rates of a population
- those who are forced to move to another country or region because their current habitat has become dilapidated.
5 True/False questions
crude birth rate → The ratio of the number of live births in a single year for every thousand people in the population
administrative record linkage → The difference between the crude death and birth rates of a population
eco-migration → A long-distance move to a new location
shifting cultivation → a potential treatment to the decline in birth rates which occur as a country develops can be neutralized by an influx of immigrants.
(simply prolongs the problem)
medical geography → Information about births, deaths, marriages, divorces, and the incidences of certain infectious diseases