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1 Wright here is the World’s Population Distributed?

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2 An location distinguished by one or more distinct characteristics is a A) biome. B) landscape. C) area. D) uniform unit. E) ecomechanism.

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3 An area distinguimelted by one or more distinctive characteristics is a A) biome. B) landscape. C) region. D) unicreate unit. E) ecodevice.

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4 Elements of globalization of culture incorporate all yet A) unidevelop intake preferences. B) intensified interactions. C) unequal accessibility to cultural aspects. D) maintaining regional legacies. E) uniformity of social beliefs and also forms.

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5 Elements of globalization of society include all yet A) unicreate intake choices. B) amplified interactions. C) unequal accessibility to social facets. D) maintaining regional traditions. E) uniformity of cultural beliefs and also develops.

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6 The landscape of Rome, through its ancient Colesseum surrounded by modern-day structures, is an instance of A) Distance decay B) Sequent Occupance C) Time-Space Compression D) Spatial Analysis E) Spatial Association

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7 The landscape of Rome, via its ancient Colesseum surrounded by modern buildings, is an instance of A) Distance decay B) Sequent Occupance C) Time-Void Compression D) Spatial Analysis E) Spatial Association

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8 Critical Issues in Population Geography More world are alive this day than at any kind of various other time in humale background The world’s population enhanced at a quicker price throughout the second half of the twentieth century than ever before. Virtually all population growth now occurs in much less arisen nations (LDCs), a.k.a. the economic “periphery” Are we outgrowing our food supply?

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9 Description of locations wright here people live on Earth’s surconfront. Dot maps are finest 1/3 of populace stays in China and also India

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10 Wbelow Is the World’s Population Distributed? Population concentrations – Two-thirds of the world’s population are in 4 regions (Eurasia, 4 billion/7 billion): East Asia (Yellow/Yangtze) South Asia (Indus/Ganges) Europe (coal areas, Industrial Revolution) Southeastern Asia

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11 Clustered on the East coast- why? Bosnywash Megalolpolis Compare: NY: 5309 ppl/sq. mi Mumbai, India: 76,820 Jakarta, Indonesia: 27,137

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12 Figure 2-2 Describe wbelow populace is by answering questions: Wbelow are the clusters? What is the distribution? Why are they located there?

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13 Compare the two maps. How carry out they tell the exact same story w/o exact same info?

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14 Census- populace count Informed estimates fairly tha precise counts Importance of counting? More tax revenue Better depiction of minorities or disadvantaged groups

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15 The ecumene describes the areas of humale habitation. Evaluating alters to the ecumene reveals some forms of locations where humans carry out not live in big numbers Populations provided to cluster close to agricultural areas- wbelow they can grow food

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20 – People mainly avoid: Dry lands Wet lands Cold lands High lands Can we think of any type of places under these categories?

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21 Density (frequency) Arithmetic- people per sq. mile Physiological- ppl per sq. mi of arable land also Agricultural- farmers per sq mi of farmland

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22 Population Density – Arithmetic density- answers the “where?” Wbelow are world living on a piece of land? – Physiological density (food security) – Agricultural thickness (development) – Physio. and Ag.

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answer the “why?” Why aren’t people evenly distributed throughout the land?

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23 Arithmetic thickness Does a big population= high density? Why/why not? Physiological density What might a high physiological density mean? Agrisocial density What might a high farming density mean?

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25 High Physiological means arable land need to feed even more world (Egypt); possible importing of food or hunger difficulties Low Agricultural indicates tright here are less farmers = even more emerged, better farming technologies/methods (US)

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26 Social (what society says), not biological (what science says), difference Gender functions are tied to financial activity Pre-agriculture- also duties Plow farming provided males land rights Industrialization maintained women at house

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27 Since China and also India account for 40% of total world population, and India is predicted to outpace China’s population in the 2030’s. How will certainly number 2.2 look various 50 years from now? Wright here would the biggest populace clusters be in 50 years?

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