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  1. The study of patterns of disease diffusion, environmental impact on public health, and the interplay of geographic factors, migration, and population. With the increasing ease of international movement, medical geography is becoming more important as the potential for disease diffusion increases.
  2. Places near the equator are said to be in _____ latitudes;
  3. The Arctic Circle is at ____° __
  4. Other name for a formal region
  5. The Antarctic Circle is at ____° __
  1. a 66.5, S
  2. b low
  3. c uniform region
  4. d 66.5, N
  5. e medical geography

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  1. Meridians
  2. state
  3. landscape
  4. functional region
  5. Area

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  1. The craft of designing and making maps, the basic language of geography. In recent years, this traditional manual art has been changed profoundly through the use of computers and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and through major improvements in machine capacity to produce detailed, colored, map products.cartography


  2. What are the principal reference lines for lines of latitude?Conical, thematic, azimuthal


  3. What is the classical definition of Geography?The study of the spatial order and associations of things. Also defined as the study of places, the study of relationships between people and environment, and the study of spatial organization.


  4. Geographers recognize spatial distributions and patterns in Earth's physical and human characteristics. The term spatial comes from the noun space, and it relates to the distribution of various phenomena on Earth's surface. Geographers portray spatial data cartographically—that is, with maps.climatology


  5. The growing field of computer-assisted geographic analysis and graphic representation of spatial data. It is based on superimposing various data layers that may include everything from soils to hydrology to transportation networks to elevation. Computer software and hardware are steadily improving, enabling GIS to produce ever more detailed and exact output.23.5, S