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Unit 2 Ch 2-3

Population
Population Migration Vocabulary Blast from the
Past

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Low birth and death rates

The first action you take


before using a project
pricer.
A country at the end of the classic
DTM usually is marked by?

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Intervening opportunities

A student who lives in Minneapolis


chooses to spend her spring break
in Florida rather than in Jamaica
because Florida is closer and the
plane fare is cheaper. This type
of decision making best illustrates
the concept of?

1,2

Draw the 5 stages of the DTM


using population pyramids

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Location, place, movement, region, & Human
environment interaction

What are the 5 themes of Geography?

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China

In the last quarter of the 20th


century the birth rate has fallen
Template.
most significantly in which country
a) United States
b) India
c) Iran
d) China
e) France

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Single, 25

Which of the following profiles


characterizes the population group
that is most likely to migrate?
a)married, 25
b)Single 25
c)Married, 50
d)Single, 50
e)Married, 65

2,2

List 3 push and 3 pull factors

2,3
The use of color tones or shading to represent data

A cloropleth map is
characterized by?

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Less Developed Countries

One would expect to find a


population with a relatively young
age structure in

LCD or MDC

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Africa

In what continent would you


expect to find the largest number
of refugees during the early 20th
century?

3,2
people who have had to leave their homes
because of conflict, human rights abuse, war, or
environmental catastrophes but do not leave
their home country to seek safety.

What is an internally displaced


person?

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a location of region from which a phenomenon
originates

What is a hearth?

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C) Argentina

Of the following countries, which


has the fewest people per unit of
arable land (physiological
population density)?
a) Guatemala
b) Bangladesh
c) Argentina
d) Netherlands
e) Egypt

4,1
Rural to urban

During the 19th & 20th centuries,


which of the following types of
intraregional migration was the
most prominent worldwide?

4,2
Avg. number of years an infant newborn can expect to
live

Define life expectancy

4,3
GPS: integrated network of satellites that broadcasts
information back to earth via a handheld receiver. GIS: a
family of software programs that allow geographers to
map, analyze, and model spatial data (layering of maps)

Explain to me the difference between


GIS and GPS

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Rivers or Seaboards

Most major cities are located


near what geographical feature?

5,1
They send remittances to their home country which
hurts the host countrys economy

What is a key issue or problem for


the host country of Guest workers?

5,2
Carrying capacity is limited by food avalibility

Briefly explain Matlthus theory

5,3
global

Which map has the


smallest scale?

5,4