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5 Matching questions

  1. pull factors
  2. The Columbian Exchange
  3. phase 2 (transitional I)
  4. natural decrease
  5. guest workers
  1. a The difference between the crude death and birth rates of a population
  2. b (demographic transitions model)
    critical transition phase; dramatic decrease in death rates, stabilized birth rate, steady increase in total population
  3. c Individuals who migrate temporarily to take jobs in other countries
  4. d Forces of attraction that influence migrants to move to a particular location
    - Economic growth, job opportunities, location, health care benefits
  5. e 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.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The part of geography that considers patterns of health and the spread of disease
  2. A comparison between how many non-working seniors and children are dependent on the working-age population
  3. Practice that involves the effective and efficient us of a small parcel of land to maximize crop yield
  4. an attempt to increase the declining birth rates that begin as countries continue to develop; a solution to a decreasing population
  5. (demographic transitions model)
    commonly experienced by fully developed countries; slight fluctuations in birth rate, stable population, stable low death rate

5 True/False questions

  1. The Rio de Janeiro Summit(1992)
    "Meeting the needs of present times without interfering with future generations' abilities to meet their needs"


  2. administrative record linkageInformation about births, deaths, marriages, divorces, and the incidences of certain infectious diseases


  3. globalized agricultureA system of food production increasingly dependent on an economy and a set of regulatory practices that are global in scope


  4. The Montreal Protocolit was established that countries would phase out the usage of all CFCs by 2010.


  5. vectorsPeople 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.