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Geography Review

Regions and People of the Western Hemisphere

How are globes different from maps? Globes are three-dimensional.
Longitude describes a point's position on the Earth's surface in relation to the: prime meridian
Absolute location of any point on earth can be found using: the intersection of the lines of latitude and longitude
What are typically used to define regions? culture, landforms, and economics
What does it mean to adapt to one's environment? to use what is available
Three cultural groups from the United States and Canada include: The Arctic,Subarctic, and Northeast
Three cultural groups of Latin America include: The Andes, South American marginal region, and Caribbean
Which two cultural groups were most affected by the introduction of the horse? The Plains and Great Basin
Push factors are _____________________. reasons that people leave a place
What makes up part of a person's culture? food, clothing, and buildings learned behavior and belief systems social relationships, institutions, and orginizations
Created by: Mrs.Mason