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TermDefinition
Regions An area with similar characteristics that make it distinct from other area.
Physical Region An area that shares the same physical characteristics, such as its landforms, climate, and/or plant and animal life.
Cultural Region Areas in which people share common cultural characteristics such as language, history, government, or religious beliefs.
Landforms Earth's natural surface features.
Climate Typical weather patterns and atmospheric conditions over a long period of time.
Demography The study of population
population density How many people live in a particular area.
Culture The way of life of a group of people
Economics How a society organizes the ownership, production, distribution and use of its resources.
product map A map that shows the areas of a country where various goods and services are produced.
Gross Domestic Product The total output of what a country produces in a year. Also known as the GDP.
Classifying Assigning a large number of items into groups or categories based on their characteristics.
Criteria The standards used to evaluate something.
Almanac A book that contains up-to-date information, such as population statistics, country descriptions, and economic data.
Atlas A book of maps.
Periodical Newspapers, magazines, or journals.
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