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How can you tell a projection is Mercator? What is the bias/problem with this map?
Greenland is really big, lat. lines are stretched at poles, does not show true size/location of continents, N. hemisphere bias
What is diffusion?
The spread of a phenomena over space, like air freshener….
The theory that the environment dictates human conditions + who said it?
The process of diffusion of arid conditions across space, connected to the Sahel of Africa, Aral area of Central Asia
The phenomena of eradication of trees, flora, fauna across a vast space, usually associated w/rainforest areas and development
How can you tell a Robinson projection from others? What is it used for?
Robinson has curved edges, continents are not out of proportion, used in education.
What is regionalism?
Regionalism happens when a person is more loyal to their area than to their state.
Give an example of where Regionalism is happening in South Asia
Give an example of Regionalism in the Balkans
Kosovo breaking away from Serbia or Bosnia etc… breaking away from Yugoslavia
Give an example of how Regionalism effects Canada
The Quebecois want to secede from Canada
Link ‘carrying capacity’ to overpopulation
Overpopulation happens when an area exceeds it’s carrying capacity or ability to supply resources for the amount of people that live there.
Define Intervening Opportunity as it relates to population/migration
An Int. Opp. keeps people from reaching their destination when they migrate.
What is the purpose of Ecotourism?
To preserve the natural landscape for while attracting tourism dollars
An area of ethnic, religious, linguistic or political fragmentation
Give an example of religious/ethnic fragmentation in Europe
The original people to occupy a region
Define and give 2 Examples of Ethnic religions
Religion tied to an agricultural calendar, does not try to convert members Judaism, Hinduism
Define and give 3 examples of Universalizing Religions
Religion that tries to convert followers, is tied to events in founder’s life Buddhism, Christianity, Islam
Define Dependency Theory
A developing state still has economic or political ties to its colonizer
What 3 state types are shown in Italy?
Fragmented, Elongated, Perforated
What state type is this?
Give an example of an event that was a Centripetal force in the US in 2001
September 11, 2001
What is a centrifugal force at work in the Caucasus region?
What Supranational org. is Canada involved in? Is it economic or political?
NAFTA/eco or NATO/pol
How is Canada involved in Devolution?
Quebec may choose to secede from the rest of Canada
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