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AP Human Geo #3
|Define interregional migration.
|movement from one region of a country to another.
|Give an example of interregional migration.
|people moving from the sounth to the north.
|Define international migration.
|permanent movement from one country to another.
|Give an example of international migration.
|people moving from Mexico to the U.S. permanently
|Define internal migration.
|permanent movement within the same country.
|Give an example of internal migration.
|somebody moving from Georgia to North Carolina.
|Define brain drain.
|large-scale emigration by talented people.
|Explain brain drain.
|Most people that emigrate to the U.S. from a different country are going for the college education.
|Define chain migration.
|migration of people to a specific location because relatives or members of the same nationality previously migrated there.
|Give an example of chain migration.
|somebody from Mexico moving to U.S. to be with parents.
|short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a regular basis.
|Give an example of circulation.
|somebody going from home to school to home at the same times everyday.
|net migration from urban to rural areas.
|Why is counter-urbanization happening?.
|people are moving to more rural places to have more room.
|migration from a location.
|area of a river subject to flooding during a specific number of years, based on historical trends.
|What is an example of a floodplain?.
|"100-year floodplain" expect flooding every century.
|Define forced migration.
|migrant has been compelled to move by cultural factors.
|Give an example of forced migration.
|the Native Americans when they were forced to migrate on the Trail of Tears.
|Define guest workers.
|citizens of poor countries who obtain jobs in Western Europe and the Middle East.
|What kind of jobs do guest workers usually work?.
|jobs that local residents won't regularly accept.
|migration to a location.