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Birthrate Number live births Per 1000 population
Climate weather conditions Over a long period Of time
Biosphere 3 layers atmosphere lithosphere hydrosphere Where we live
Communism Government system Nearly all power & means of production Is held by the government In the name of all the people
delta When a river Enters the ocean Sediment is deposited In a fan-like landform
democracy Government system citizens hold Political power Such as the USA
Geography Study of distribution & interaction Physical & human features On earth
Command Economy Production of Goods & Services determined By a central government
dictatorship Government system Individual or group holds Complete power Such as North Korea
equator 0 degrees latitude
Five Themes location place region Human- environment interaction movement
Atmosphere gases layers Surrounds Earth breathe invisible
GDP Total value of All goods & services Produced within A country over a Specific period of time
monarchy King or queen Political power Government system
Culture knowledge attitudes behaviors Shared & passed on By members of a specific group
Prime Meridian 0 degrees longitude
Hydrologic Cycle circulation water atmosphere oceans earth
diffusion spread Of ideas inventions Patterns of behavior Such as Columbian Exchange
Infrastructure communications power transportation Water & sanitation education
hydrosphere water elements On earth
Infant Mortality Rate Number of deaths Per 1000 population Under age 1
landlocked surroundedNo direct outlet to sea
polytheistic Religious belief More than one god
latitudes Imaginary lines parallel To equator
erosion Weathered materials Moved by the action of Wind, water Ice, or gravity
longitudes Imaginary lines Around earth Over poles
innovation Existing technology Existing resources Creating something new To meet a need
lithosphere Solid rock Above & below The earth
Map projection Round earth distortion correction drawing
Per capita income money Earned by each person Average amount
Market economy Goods & services consumer demand Aka capitalism & free-enterprise production
El Nino warming waters West coast South America
Literacy rate population Can read percentage
monotheistic Religious belief One god
economy production & exchange Goods & services Among a group of people Such as: Market, Command, Traditional, Mixed
Non-renewable resource gold Natural gas oil coal Cannot be replaced
Mortality rate deaths Per 1000 Of population number
Population density People live Measureable area Average number
Pull factor jobs safety opportunity factor Attract people
Greenhouse Effect Layer of gases Released by burning Coal & petroleum Trapping solar energy Higher temperatures
Population pyramid Graphic deviceAge distribution
Rain forest deciduous Brazil Slash and burn deforestation Tropical zone
Primary economic activity timber oil minerals gathering Economic activity
Push factor migrate poverty war factor people
Silk Road From Asia to Europe Trade route
Rate of natural increase Mortality rate from birthrate Also known as Population growth rate subtracting
Relative location Forth Worth 35 miles West of Dallas Example …
Columbian Exchange North America Transfer and Trade Animals, Crops, and Disease Between Europe and the New World Caribbean
Subsistence Farming Self Sufficient Family of Workers Growing for yourself Do not grow cash crops Poor
Richter scale intensity earthquakes measures
Primary Source Letter Not a textbook Eyewitness to events The best source of historical information Diary
Renewable resource timber seafood Replaceable Through natural processes resource
Cultural hearth Nile River Indus River Yellow River Tigris & Euphrates
Ring of Fire rim Active volcanoes Pacific Ocean
Secondary Economic Activity Adding value automobiles furniture gasoline Economic activity
Bubonic Plague From Asia Middle Ages Rats Millions Die Trade
seismograph detects earthquakes device
Tectonic plates Heated magma Earths crust Pangaea Continental Drift Ride above
Cottage Industry Work at home Sell products Minimal resources Small Scale Production Family
Traditional economy barter economy No money trade Goods & services
tsunami Giant wave Caused by earthquakes
weather atmosphere Particular time conditions
urbanization cities Changes in lifestyle Dramatic rise
Global warming Weather change Glacier melt Polar bear Aka Climate Change Temperatures rise
balkanization hostile units Serbia Bosnia Break up
weathering chemical physical Change rock On or near earth surface processes
Islam Allah 5 Pillars Muhammad Origin in Middle East monotheistic
USSR Communist name Russia
desertification overgrazing farming Population increase Africa, Middle East expansion
Berlin Conference 1884 imperialism Ignore tribal areas Africa
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