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world studies vocab

vocab

QuestionAnswer
location a piece of land that is occupied, available to be occupied, or marked by a distinguished feature
place the geographical location of something
human environment interaction the ways humans are affected by their surroundings they live in
movement how people travel, how goods are transported, imported, and exported. also how ideas are passed through technology
region a specific district or territory
prehistoric anything that occured or existed before written records were kept
archaeology the study of prehistoric people and their cultures
artifacts an item of cultural or historic impotance
disease any disturbance in the functionality of the body that shows signs of symptoms
Germ something that can make you sick
geography the study of the Earth's physical features,climate, and population
Created by: mwedge20