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Humanities Exam 2018

This Revision is for the Humanities Exam 2018

QuestionAnswer
Urbanisation the process of making an area more urban
Deforestation the action of clearing a wide area of trees
Ecotourism tourism to places having unspoiled natural resources, with minimal impact on the enviroment being the primary concern
Interconnect to connect with one another
Globalisation worldwide integration and development
Biofuel fuel derived from biomass
Salinity a substance or liquid that contains salt
Fair Trade trade between companies and producers in developing country’s, where fair prices are paid to the producers
Desertification the processes in which an area becomes a desert
Biome a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat
Grasslands land with grass growing on it
Arable capable of producing crops
Land Degradation any change in the condition of the land which reduces its productive potential.
Tourism the activity or practice of touring
Biodiversity diversity amount and within plant and animal species in an enviroment
Malnutrition lack of proper nutrition
Sustainable capable of being supported or upheld
Latitude a measurement of distance from the equator
Developing country a poor agricultural country that is seeking to become more advanced economically and socially.
Gross Domestic Product the total value of goods produced and services provided in a country during one year
Staple Foods Foods eaten regularly in a region
Largest factor affecting crop yield in Australia Variable Rainfall
Why tourism is a fast growing industry increased leisure and disposable income
Most useful biome for food production grasslands
Created by: Jalfo03