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geography
literally means "earth writing"
boroughs
new york city is divided into 5 ________.
Namibia
You would expect to find the highest rate of population growth in _________.
influence of "friction of distance"
in distnace decay models, the slope of the decay function illustrates ____________________.
Azimuthal
This projection places the North or South Poile at the center view.
hierarchial diffusion
The spread of rap music to L.A, Oakland, Chicago, and Detroit--without being absorbed by the smaller cities and rural areas is called __________.
cartography
the art and science of map-making
false
the green revolution is a part of slash and burn agriculture.
population pyramid
this shows the age and sex structure of a population
Pleistocene overkill theory
this theory argues that hunter-gatherers caused the extinction of many species aftger the end of the last ice age
material consumption
India argued that ____________ had extreme consequences for environmental quality
idiographic
geographical research that applies only to one place or region is _________
2000 years
it took _______years for the Eurasian hunter-gatherers to reach the tip of south america after their initial arrival in alaska.
+births-deaths+immigration-emigration
the demographic accounting equation computes future population as a function of current population:
Sector model of urbad development
This model of geography best describes the map on pg.298 in Barrons.
longitude
the angular distance east or west of Greenwich, England
postmodernism
the idea that our impressions and experiences of the world around us are filtered through the lens of our culture and our individual experiences, which critiques the sort of scientific, universalist grand theoriesoffered by modernists is called __________________
cultural syncretism
The religious practices of some native american groups combine elements both from their traditional religion and from Christianity. This is an example of a ________________
demographic transition model
the _____________________ posits that countries with high level of economic production will have lower birth rates
cultural extinction
Loss of inddigenous knowledge about ecosystems is an important consequence of _____________________
Reference..........thematic
_______ maps work well for locating and navigating between places, while _____________ maps display one or more variable across a specific place.
Buddhism
___________ originated in northern India and then spread across central and southeast Asia, Indonesia, and Japan.
territorial organization
States with federal forms of governmetn must also have _______________
Europe and North America
In the world systems model, the core nations of the world are located mainly in _________________________________
cultural ecology
The study of the interaction between human cultures and natural ecosystems is called _____________________
a strong central government
_________ is NOT a potential cause of Balkaniztion
distance imposes a significant barrier to spatial interactions
in the distance decay function on pg. 301 of Barrons, ___________________________________
true
Language extinctions could be several thousand over the next century
Imperialism.....colonialism
__________ involves the economic and political domination of one state by another, while ______________ includes official, institutionalized government rule.
political unrest and ecological degradation
Sources of forced migration include ___________________________________________________
self-determination
In a 1995 plebiscite, the Canadian province of Quebec sought _____________
environmental racism
The disproportinate siting of power plants and waste disposal facilities in African-American and Latino neighborhoods---independent of other economic and historical factors---is an example of ____________
they consume more resources
advanced economic countries, like the U.S., may produce more pollution than less economically adavanced countries because _____________________________________.
latitude
the angular distance north or south of the equator
primary economic activities
__________________ involve the direct extraction of harvest of natural resources
food production.....population
According to Thomas Malthus, ________________ grows arithmetically, but ________________ grows geometrically.
increased dramatically
Since 1960, the difference between per capita GRoos National Products of the world's wealthiest countries and the world's poorest countries has _________________________
inversely related
In the gravity model of spatial interaction, population and distance are ___________________________
southern Appalachia and the lower Mississippi Valley
Core-periphery patterns exist within countries as well as among them. In the U.S., economic peripheries include _________________
nutrient-poor
Agricultural techniques developed in the temperate latitudes are frequently inappropriate for wet tropical climates because rainforest soils tend to be ______________________
shading and coloring
All choropleth maps use _______________________
fertile river valleys
Hearths of early Eurasian agriculture were generally located in ___________________________
Net National Product
The aggregate measure of economic development that accounts for the depreciation of capital and natural resources is called the _____________________
Kurds
the ____________ are an example of an ethnic group that has historial homelands spanning many national borders.
Tyson's Corner, Virgina
__________ is an example of an edge city.
China, India, Turkey, and Mexico
Gearth regions of early agriculture included present-day ________________________________________________
Von Thunen's model of rural land use
_________________________ is based on the land values decrease farther from the urban center
the city Beautiful movement
Washington D.C.'s Licoln Memorial and Mall, with their dramatic neoclassical architecture and symbolic refrences to democracy and poppulism, are associated with _______________________
central place theory
The theory that explains organization of urban areas, based on their functions and the goods and services they offer, is called _________________
balm climate
The city of SAn Fransico is known for its ________________________
the north/south divide
the geographic differentation between the colonizing countries of Europe, North America, and eastern Asia and the colonized states of Africa and South America has been called _______________________
Chicago
What city's dense urban core became "the birthplace of the skyscraper"?
New Guinea
The greatest concentration of linguistic diversity on earth is in ______________________.
Asia
By 2020, most of the world's biggest cities will be located in ________
IStanbul, Turkey
___________ is strategically located on the border between two continents, and at the intersection of many cultures and religions.
Cartographic scale
__________________________ refers to the relation between a distance on a map and distance on the ground.
Eurasian diseases
___________ is most responsible for the dramtic demographic collapse of Native Americans during the Colonial Period.
Primate Cities
__________________ are those that are disproportionately larger than other cities in a nation.
diaspora
The term _____________ decribes a group of people with a common ethnic identity taht is spread out over a large geographic area.
versatile and aesthetically pleasing
The NAtional Geographic Society uses the Robinson projection for many of its maps because it is ____________________________________
Catholicism
_________________ does NOT qualify as a Protestant denomination.
gentrification
During the 1980s an 1990s, Santa Monica, California, became significantly wealthier and more expensive. Tjis process is referred to as ______________
The Great Lakes
___________________________ experienced rapid industrial growth during the early 20th century, followed by a severe decline and difficult period of economic readjustment.
Mexico City, Mexico
____________________ qualifies as a primate city.
thematic layers
Geographic information systems use ________________ to display multiple spatial data sets.
break-of-bulk points
Sites where goods are transferred for continued shipping is called ___________________________.
assimilation
The process by which one ethnic group becomes integrated into a larger culture is called __________________.
dependency ratio
The __________________ will increase over the next decade, as baby boomers reach old age and are no longer able tp work and provide for themselves.
natural increase
When the crude birht rate is higher than the crude deasth rate, the difference between the two is called the __________________.
cognitive maps
Maps like the one shown on pg 310 Barrons is referred to as _________________________
high mass consumption
In Rostow's stages of development model, economic maturity is characterized by_________________________
Most americans consider environmental issues to be important.
According to public opinion polls, more than 80% of Americans consider them selves "environmentalists". What can you logically conclude from this information?
true
Asians from a variety of countries are moving to the U.S.
Religious fundamentalism
____________________________ appears to be on the rise in many parts of the world.
False
Economies are less developed, they rarely suffer from significant pollution.