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APHUG Semester Final
Semester 1 Final
|The location of a place by coordinates (longitude and latitude)
|Greenwhich Mean Time
|An absolute time reference that doesn't change with seasons.
|Location, Human-Environment Interactions, Region, Place, Movement
|Key traits that give a place it's form.
|A way of life that a group of people with similar traits share.
|A trait that people from the same culture share.
|A certain culture may have a unique combo of cultural traits
|An obstruction causing a cultural idea not to spread.
|Cultural Diffusion (5 types)
|Stimulus, Relocation, Expansion, ,Contagion, Hierarchical,
|The location of a place relative to other features. Can change
|When a cultural trait develops in many hearths independently.
|The lasting marks and continued development of a culture
|How geographers monitor the earth's behavior from a distance
|Understanding the relationship of history, geography, and economics across an area
|External location traits of an area (ex. Metea is in the field by 7/11)
|Idea that technology causes the world to be more interconnected
|Internal physical features (absolute location, physical setting, etc.)
|Flow of people, ideas, products among places.
|What people think when they hear a region, their stereotype of it. (ex. Southern U.S.)
|A region that consists of people interconnecting (suburb and city)
|Area with similar physical and cultural characteristics
|Pattern of spacing within population boundaries
|Arrangement of things in an area (density, concentration, pattern)
|Idea that people must adapt to limits of their environment
|Idea that the climate of a region affects the character of it's people
|Proportion of Earth's surface where people are occupied
|Total Fertility Rate
|Total number of children average woman will have in her lifetime
|Developing Country (LDC)
|Country with less economic and demographic progress
|Developed Country (MDC)
|Country that is very economically developed
|Age : Populaion ratio of those in work force to those who aren't
|The idea that population doesn't change overnight, it takes years to decline/ increase, etc.
|Ratio of number of farmers to arable land
|Theorized that world would soon not be able to supply resources for everyone
|Baby Bust/ Boom
|Sudden decrease or increase in births
|Number of people an area can occupy
|Eugenic Population Policy
|Government tries to get rid of certain groups of people (ex. Hitler)
|Physiological Population Density
|Number of people to amount of arable land