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Chapter 3 World Regional Geography
apparatchik
aridity
Bolshevik
civil society
state bureaucrats
dry condition where an absence of moisture and rainfall negat…
majority faction of the Russian Social Democratic Party
involves the presence of a network of voluntary organization,…
apparatchik
state bureaucrats
aridity
dry condition where an absence of moisture and rainfall negat…
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Regional Geography Chapter 3
Age of Discovery
Age Structure Diagram
Agricultural Revolution
Anthropocene Epoch
The three to four centuries of European exploration, coloniza…
(Population Pyramid) The graphic representation of a country'…
The domestication of plants and animals that began about 10,0…
A proposed new name for the present geological epoch, current…
Age of Discovery
The three to four centuries of European exploration, coloniza…
Age Structure Diagram
(Population Pyramid) The graphic representation of a country'…
Regional chapter 3
Four major landforms
Plains
Costal plain
Inland plain
Plains, plateaus, hills, ans mountains
Large areas of flat/gently rolling land. No higher than 1000…
Lie along costal areas examples Atlantic costal plains gulf c…
Found within the country also called high plains examples Gre…
Four major landforms
Plains, plateaus, hills, ans mountains
Plains
Large areas of flat/gently rolling land. No higher than 1000…
Chapter 3 Regional Civilizations
Abu Bakr
Ibn Sina
Quran
Pope
The first caliph
He wrote a medical encyclopedia
Islamic holy book
The bishop of Rome and head of Roman Catholic Church
Abu Bakr
The first caliph
Ibn Sina
He wrote a medical encyclopedia
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Chapter 3 Regional Civilizations
Abbasid
Abu Bakr
Arabian Peninsula
Astrolabe
This group overthrew the Umayyads and established a new dynas…
Muhammad's successor after he passed away
Subcontinent of Asia
Astronomical instrument
Abbasid
This group overthrew the Umayyads and established a new dynas…
Abu Bakr
Muhammad's successor after he passed away
Chapter 3 Regions Of Texas
Intense
Region
Channel
Comprise
Existing in a high degree; strong, extreme
Area that is unified by one or more common characteristics
Deep passage or pathway
To make up
Intense
Existing in a high degree; strong, extreme
Region
Area that is unified by one or more common characteristics
Regional chapter 3 climate
Air
Cimate
Weather
Wind, air pressure, precipitation, tem…
What contains 18% nitrogen and 21% oxygen and 1% water vapor…
Different kinds of weather over a long period of time
Day to day temperature / precipitation differences
The four main elements of climate
Air
What contains 18% nitrogen and 21% oxygen and 1% water vapor…
Cimate
Different kinds of weather over a long period of time
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Chapter 3 Regional Civilizations
Abbasid
Abu Bakr
Arabian peninsula
Astrolabe
...
a wealthy merchant and Muhammad's father in law to be their l…
a desert land sorely lacking in rivers and lakes. Arabs lived…
An instrument used by sailors to determine their location by…
Abbasid
...
Abu Bakr
a wealthy merchant and Muhammad's father in law to be their l…
30 terms
Regional 2015 Chapter three
The Latin term actus reus means... a. str…
The Latin term mens rea refers to... a. s…
According to the Model Penal Code, a p…
According to the Model Penal Code, how…
b
c
c
d
The Latin term actus reus means... a. str…
b
The Latin term mens rea refers to... a. s…
c
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Chapter 3 regional geography
Ecumene
Plural society
Rural
Urban
A geographical region that is suited for settlement
A society where different cultural groups keep there identity
Away from a city
Near or in a city
Ecumene
A geographical region that is suited for settlement
Plural society
A society where different cultural groups keep there identity
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Chapter 3 Regions of Texas
intense
basin
region
drought
existing to a high degree
a sunken area of a plateau
an area that is unified by common characteristics
period of a low amount of water
intense
existing to a high degree
basin
a sunken area of a plateau
14 terms
Native American Regions Chapter 3
cultural region
nomadic
artifact
Kwakiutl
An area that is set apart from other places by the way of lif…
Moving from place to place with no permanent home
A human-made object.
Native American group that lived on the Northwest coast
cultural region
An area that is set apart from other places by the way of lif…
nomadic
Moving from place to place with no permanent home
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Chapter 3: Foothills Region
fish and grass
chinook
elders
coulee
What are 2 examples of a renewable resource?
A warm dry wind that causes an increase in temperature.
Who usually passes down the history in the Nakoda culture?
A path made by flowing liquid.
fish and grass
What are 2 examples of a renewable resource?
chinook
A warm dry wind that causes an increase in temperature.
14 terms
Native American Regions Chapter 3
cultural region
nomadic
artifact
Kwakiutl
An area that is set apart from other places by the way of lif…
Moving from place to place with no permanent home
A human-made object.
Native American group that lived on the Northwest coast
cultural region
An area that is set apart from other places by the way of lif…
nomadic
Moving from place to place with no permanent home
Chapter 3 Abdominopelvic regions
umbilical region
(right/left) lumbar regions
epigastric region
(right/left) hypochondria region
around the navel
right/left of umbilical region
superior to umbilical region
right/left of epigastric region
umbilical region
around the navel
(right/left) lumbar regions
right/left of umbilical region
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Chapter 3- Modern Times Regional Civilizations
Shiite Muslim
Sunni Muslim
Qaran
Muhammad
Accept only the descendants of Ali as the true leaders of Islam
A majority of the Muslims; believe successor of Muhammad can…
A sacred text of Islam as revealed to Muhammad; teaches that…
Arab prophet; founder of religion of Islam.
Shiite Muslim
Accept only the descendants of Ali as the true leaders of Islam
Sunni Muslim
A majority of the Muslims; believe successor of Muhammad can…
Chapter 3 Region of Brain
Occipital Lobes
Parietal Lobes
Frontal Lobes
Broca's Area
info from left half of visual field of both eyes is process i…
soma sensory cortex (touch sensation)
Motor cortex strip in front of somatosensory cortex; initiate…
left frontal lobe controls production of speech. interpret an…
Occipital Lobes
info from left half of visual field of both eyes is process i…
Parietal Lobes
soma sensory cortex (touch sensation)
Chapter 3: Abdominal Regions
right hypochondriac
epigastric
left hypochondriac
right lumbar
right hypochondriac
epigastric
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World regional geography chapter 3
Labor migrants who remit millions of R…
Silk Road
Wealthy land owners seeking control
Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Af…
It is estimated that almost 50% of the entire wealth in uzbek…
Which major trading route helped bring Russia into contact wi…
Which of the following did NOT contribute to the 1917 Bolshev…
Which five countries make up BRICS?
Labor migrants who remit millions of R…
It is estimated that almost 50% of the entire wealth in uzbek…
Silk Road
Which major trading route helped bring Russia into contact wi…
Geography - Chapter 3.3: World Climate Regions
Tropical Wet
Tropical Wet and Dry
Desert
Semiarid climate
Climate zone which is hot and wet all year round. This zone i…
Climate zone in which the weather is characterized as hot all…
Dry climate that receives less than 10 inches of rainfall per…
Hot, dry summers and cool, dry winters
Tropical Wet
Climate zone which is hot and wet all year round. This zone i…
Tropical Wet and Dry
Climate zone in which the weather is characterized as hot all…
Chapter 3: Directions & Regions
anter-
poster-
ventr-
dors-
front
behind
belly
back
anter-
front
poster-
behind
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Native American Regions Chapter 3
cultural region
nomadic
artifact
Kwakiutl
An area that is set apart from other places by the way of lif…
Moving from place to place with no permanent home
A human-made object.
Native American group that lived on the Northwest coast
cultural region
An area that is set apart from other places by the way of lif…
nomadic
Moving from place to place with no permanent home
Chapter 3: Regions
umbilical region
lumbar regions
epigastric region
hypochondriac regions
around the naval (umbilicus)
to the right and left of the umbilical region, near the waist
superior to the umbilical region
to the right and left of the epigastric region
umbilical region
around the naval (umbilicus)
lumbar regions
to the right and left of the umbilical region, near the waist
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Chapter 3: Regional Economic Integration
Regional Integration
Spatial Transformations
Free-Trade Area
Customs Union
implementation of a multitude of economic and/or political st…
the process of allowing efficient geographic distribution of…
an area in which two or more countries agree to eliminate all…
a group of free trade member countries that have adopted a co…
Regional Integration
implementation of a multitude of economic and/or political st…
Spatial Transformations
the process of allowing efficient geographic distribution of…
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Geography - Chapter 3.3: World Climate Regions
Tundra
Permafrost
Low-latitude Climate
Dry Climate
An extremely cold, dry biome.
Ground that is permanently frozen
Areas near the equator with warm rainy climates. "Tropical"
A climate in which the yearly precipitation is less than the…
Tundra
An extremely cold, dry biome.
Permafrost
Ground that is permanently frozen
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SS chapter 3 Cultural Regions
cultures
nomadic
cultural regions
artifacts
Way of living of a group of people. It includes things like t…
Moving from place to place, often with changes in the seasons…
An area of the world where people develop similar ways of life.
An object made by a group of humans, such as tools and clothes.
cultures
Way of living of a group of people. It includes things like t…
nomadic
Moving from place to place, often with changes in the seasons…
36 terms
chapter 3 world regional geography
Oceanic temperate climates
Subtropical Winter Rain Climate
Continental Temperate Climate
Estuaries
Range from southern Norway to much of Spain. Storms from the…
Mediterranean Sea coastlands.
Central and Eastern Europe, winters can be severe.
Where rivers meet the seas, facilitate port building
Oceanic temperate climates
Range from southern Norway to much of Spain. Storms from the…
Subtropical Winter Rain Climate
Mediterranean Sea coastlands.
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Regional Comparison of the Colonies (Chapter 3)
Location: Southern Colonies
Location: Middle Colonies
Location: New England Colonies
Economy: Southern Colonies
Southern East Coast
Inland
Northern East Coast
Based on tobacco
Location: Southern Colonies
Southern East Coast
Location: Middle Colonies
Inland
Abdominopelvic Region (Chapter 3)
Umbilical Region
Lumbar Regions
Epigastric region
hypochondriac regions
aroused the navel
to the right and left of the umbilical region, near the waist
superior to the umbilical region, generally above the stomach
to the right and left on the epigastric region
Umbilical Region
aroused the navel
Lumbar Regions
to the right and left of the umbilical region, near the waist
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World Regionals Chapter 3
Weather
Climate
Axis
Predictable
Condition of the atmosphere in one place during a short perio…
Weather patterns typical for an area over a long period of time
An imaginary line that runs through the center of the Earth b…
Expected or able to be seen
Weather
Condition of the atmosphere in one place during a short perio…
Climate
Weather patterns typical for an area over a long period of time
Chapter 3 - Texas Regions
Plains
Tributary
Climate
Escarpment
A wide area of flat and gently rolling land.
A stream that flows into a larger stream or other body of wat…
The expected weather conditions at a place, usually of a peri…
A cliff or abrupt break in the land's surface.
Plains
A wide area of flat and gently rolling land.
Tributary
A stream that flows into a larger stream or other body of wat…
Chapter 3- Regions of Texas
basin
elevation
maquiladoras
arid
a natural depression in the surface of the land often with a…
The height of land above sea level
Those U.S. firms that have factories just outside the United…
Describing a dry, rainless climate
basin
a natural depression in the surface of the land often with a…
elevation
The height of land above sea level
Chapter 3 The Regions of Texas
Natural Regions
Subregions
Petrochemicals
Metroplex
areas with common physical environments
smaller regions within a natural region
chemicals made from oil and natural gas
metropolitan area of Dallas and Fort Worth
Natural Regions
areas with common physical environments
Subregions
smaller regions within a natural region
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World Regional Geography Chapter 3
acid rain
connectivity
cultural assimilation
edge city
industrially produced sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides in t…
how well different locations became linked with one another t…
the process in which immigrants were absorbed by the larger h…
suburban node of activity that features a mix of peripheral r…
acid rain
industrially produced sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides in t…
connectivity
how well different locations became linked with one another t…
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Chapter 3 Vocabulary American Indian Cultural Regions
Cultures
Nomadic
Cultural regions
Artifacts
Way of living of a group of people. A groups cultures include…
Moving from place to place, often with changes in the seasons…
An area of the word where people develop similar ways of life…
An object made by a group of humans, such as tools and clothe…
Cultures
Way of living of a group of people. A groups cultures include…
Nomadic
Moving from place to place, often with changes in the seasons…
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Chapter 3 - Native American Cultural Regions
Eastern Woodlands Algonquian
Eastern Woodland-Algonquian
Great Plains-Sioux
Great Plains- Sioux
birch-bark canoe
birch-bark wigwam
buffalo-skin shield
buffalo-skin teepee
Eastern Woodlands Algonquian
birch-bark canoe
Eastern Woodland-Algonquian
birch-bark wigwam
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Global Regions Chapter 3
temperature and precipitation
geographers make generalizations about…
tropical, dry, mid-latitude, high lati…
hurricanes
2 Most Significant Factors in Declining Climate
How do people define a climate region?
5 general climate regions
storms that form over warm, topical ocean waters
temperature and precipitation
2 Most Significant Factors in Declining Climate
geographers make generalizations about…
How do people define a climate region?
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Global Regions Chapter 3
temperature and precipitation
geographers make generalizations about…
tropical, dry, mid-latitude, high lati…
hurricanes
2 Most Significant Factors in Declining Climate
How do people define a climate region?
5 general climate regions
storms that form over warm, topical ocean waters
temperature and precipitation
2 Most Significant Factors in Declining Climate
geographers make generalizations about…
How do people define a climate region?
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Chapter 3: American Indian Cultural Regions
cultures
nomadic
cultural regions
artifacts
A way of living of a group of people.
Moving from place to place, often with changes in the seasons…
An area of the world where people develop similar ways of lif…
An object made by a group of humans, such as tools and clothes.
cultures
A way of living of a group of people.
nomadic
Moving from place to place, often with changes in the seasons…
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Chapter 3: Regional Economic Integration
For regional integration to be success…
Regional integration is nothing more t…
The origins of the EU can be traced to…
The six founding member countries of t…
True
False
False
France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Lu…
For regional integration to be success…
True
Regional integration is nothing more t…
False
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Geography - Chapter 3.3: World Climate Regions
Tundra
Permafrost
Low-latitude Climate
Dry Climate
An extremely cold, dry biome.
Ground that is permanently frozen
Areas near the equator with warm rainy climates. "Tropical"
A climate in which the yearly precipitation is less than the…
Tundra
An extremely cold, dry biome.
Permafrost
Ground that is permanently frozen
Chapter 3 Regions and Quadrants
umbilical region (1)
lumbar regions(2)
epigastric region(1)
hypochondriac regions(2)
around the navel (umbilicus)
to the right and left of the umbilical region, near the waist
superior to the umbilical region
to the right and left of epigastric region
umbilical region (1)
around the navel (umbilicus)
lumbar regions(2)
to the right and left of the umbilical region, near the waist
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Texas History Chapter 3 Regions
largest natural region
flat to rolling hills
most Texans live here
mild climate
Coastal Plains
Coastal Plains
Coastal Plains
Coastal Plains
largest natural region
Coastal Plains
flat to rolling hills
Coastal Plains
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Chapter 3.3: World Climate Regions
Tundra
Permafrost
Low-latitude Climate
Dry Climate
An extremely cold, dry biome.
Ground that is permanently frozen
Areas near the equator with warm rainy climates. "Tropical"
A climate in which the yearly precipitation is less than the…
Tundra
An extremely cold, dry biome.
Permafrost
Ground that is permanently frozen
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Chapter 3 - The Regions of Texas Vocabulary
Sunbelt
natural regions
subregions
bayous
region of the southern and southwestern United States that ha…
areas with common, or similar, physical features in the natur…
smaller divisions of a region
slow-moving, swampy section of a river or lake
Sunbelt
region of the southern and southwestern United States that ha…
natural regions
areas with common, or similar, physical features in the natur…
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Chapter 3 World Regional World; Hintz
Permafrost
which is the largest inland sea in the…
most economically important crop grown…
collective name given to a network of…
permanently frozen subsurface material
caspian
cotton
the silk road
Permafrost
permanently frozen subsurface material
which is the largest inland sea in the…
caspian
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Our Country's Regions Chapter 3
source
tributary
river basin
mouth
The place where a river begins
Any river that flows into another, larger river
All the land that is drained by a river and it's tributaries
The place where a river empties in to an ocean, a lake, or a…
source
The place where a river begins
tributary
Any river that flows into another, larger river
17 terms
Chapter 3: American Indian Cultural Regions
cultures
nomadic
cultural regions
artifacts
A way of living of a group of people.
Moving from place to place, often with changes in the seasons…
An area of the world where people develop similar ways of lif…
An object made by a group of humans, such as tools and clothes.
cultures
A way of living of a group of people.
nomadic
Moving from place to place, often with changes in the seasons…
Eml Chapter 3: 9 Regions
Right Hypochondriac Region
Epigastric Region
Left Hypochondriac Region
Right Lumbar region
#1
#2
#3
#4
Right Hypochondriac Region
#1
Epigastric Region
#2
Chapter 3 Anatomic Positions/Planes/Regions
anter/o
caud/o
cephal/o
dist/o
front
tail
head
away
anter/o
front
caud/o
tail
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