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Ch.3 Migration

AP Human Geo. Ch.3 Mr.Miller

What is a specific type of relocation diffusion? This term is a pemanent move to a new location. Migration
What is emigration? migration from a location.
What is the term defined as migration to a location? Immigration
Mobility is .......? all types of movements from one place to another.
A push factor induces people to what? move out of their present location.
What is a pull factor? induces people to move into a new location.
Net migration is the difference between the number of what? Immigrants and emigrants.
What is the term that is defined as net migration from urban to rural areas? Counterurbanization
Internal migration is what? permanenet movement within the same country.
What is an enviromental or cultural feature that hinders migration? Intervening Obstacle
What is Counterurbanization? net migration from urban to rural areas.
What is the difference between interregional and intraregional migration? Interregional migration is movement from one region of a country to another, intraregional migration is movement within a region.
This term is defined as permanent movement within the same country. Internal Migration
Immigrants entering without proper documents. Undocumented immigrants
These are people who have been forced to migrate from their homes and cannot return for fear of presection because of their race, religion, political poinion, nationality, or membership in a special group. Refugees
What are quotas? maximum limits on the number of people who could immigrate to the US from each country during a one-year period.
This is an area that is subject to flooding during a specific number of years based on historical trends. Flood plain
What is circulation? Types of movements, daily, monthly, or annually; repetetive tasks, cyclical movements that recur.
Citizens of poor countries who obtain jobs in Western Europe and the Middle East are known as what? Guest workers
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