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AP HUMAN CH 1
|What is a map?
|2D model of Earth's surface, or portion of it.
|What is a place?
|specific point on Earth distinguished by [articular character
|What is a region?
|area of Earth distinguished by a distinctive combo of cultural and physical features
|What is a scale?
|relationship between map's distances and actual distances on Earth
|What is space?
|the physical gap between two objects
|What are connections?
|relationships among people and objects across a barrier of space
|What does TODALSIG stand for?
|title orientation date author legend scale index grid
|What do thematic maps show?
|phenomenon; displays more than one variable
|What do physical maps show?
|What do choropleth maps show?
|variables w/ color
|What did Marvin Mikesell define geography as?
|the "why of where" Why and how things come together in certain places to produce certain outcomes
|How much of the world is seriously malnourished?
|What is globalization?
|set of processes that are increasing interactions, deepening relationships, and heightening interdependence without regard to country borders
|What scales do globalization occur on?
|Dr. Snow was able to correlate deaths with what?
|What are the five themes of geography?
|location, interactions, region, place, and movement
|What is the art and science of map-making?
|What does GPS stand for?
|global positioning system
|What does GIS stand for?
|Geographic Info system
|What is hearth?
|area where traits develop and diffuse from
|What is an example of contagious diffusion?
|What is an example of hierarchial diffusion?
|How do people diffuse when moving?