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|a jumbled collection or mass
|Squatter settlements or shantytowns that surround Lima and other urban centers
|a graph of the variations in land rents payable by different users with distance from some point in the market
|Blockbusting was a practice used by real estate agents and developers in the United States to encourage white property owners to sell their homes
|the downtown section of a city, generally consisting of retail, office, hotel, entertainment, and governmental land uses with some high density housing
|A census tract, census area, or census district is a geographic region defined for the purpose of taking a census
|the property of being central
|the act of consolidating power under a central control
|a geographical theory that seeks to explain the number, size and location of human settlements in an urban system
|a German geographer whose principal contribution to the discipline is Central Place Theory
|the rapid transformation, or evolution, into post-humanism.
|the branch of engineering science in which biological science is used to study the relation between workers and their environments
|A farm operated and worked by a group cooperatively
|intensive commercial aggriculture
|the emphasis is on the greatest possible output for sale per hectare of land
|extensive comercial aggriculture
|produce for sale the greatest quantity of crop or food per man
|as one region or state expands in economic prosperity, it must engulf regions nearby to ensure ongoing economic and political success
|the practice of growing a series of dissimilar types of crops in the same area in sequential seasons for various benefits such as to avoid the build up of pathogens and pests that often occurs when one species is continuously cropped
|the regions in which large amounts of agriculture take place
|the business of conducting dairy
|financial transactions in which a portion of a developing nation's foreign debt is forgiven in exchange for local investments in conservation measures
|the spread of ideas, disease, and technology among places
|the practice of consecutively producing two crops of either like or unlike commodities on the same land within the same year.
|primary economic activity
|using natural resources
|secondary economic activity
|changing natural resources into new products
|tertiary economic activity
|services provided for others in exchange for money or product
|quarternary economic activity
|Economic activity involving the collection, processing, and distribution of information
|quinary economic activity
|new & old ideas & information & innovation of ways of changing data
|is the use of pesticides, soil erosion, desertification
|a chemical preparation for destroying plant, fungal, or animal pests
|the washing away of soil by the flow of water
|the processes by which an area becomes a desert
|extensive subsistance aggriculture
|consists of any agricultural economy in which the crops and/or animals are used nearly exclusively for local or family consumption on large areas of land and minimal labor input per acre
|is an agricultural system in which plots of land are cultivated temporarily, then abandoned. Many use the slash&burn element of their farming
|The branch of agriculture concerned with the raising of livestock
|Industries involved in the activities of prospecting, exploring, developing, and producing for non-regenerative natural resources from the Earth
|The mass production of farm products that lowers the prices, which lowers the profits for farmers.This had led to the decrease in small farms
|The raising of crops to obtain for primary consumption or to sell for profit
|place where cattle are put to be fattened up to raise their price on the market. very dense so the cows don't lose weight by moving.
|fist aggricultural revolution
|happened about 10,000-12,000 years ago and brought domestication of animals, rise of trade and currency, rise of classes, permanent settlements, disease, famine, Expansion, and labor specialization.
|catching,raising,or breeding fish for food or commercial use
|a community of organisms where each member is eaten in turn by another member
|the art and science of managing forests and related natural resources
|consumer driven agriculture integrated on an international scale
|an increase in food production, esp. in underdeveloped and developing nations, through the introduction of high-yield crop varieties and application of modern agricultural techniques.
|the season during which a crop grows best
|hunting and gathering
|hunting and gathering food and/or animals for food
|intensive subsisance aggriculure
|the cultivation of small parcels of land through the expenditure of great amounts of labor per acre.
|tillage between rows of crop plants
|The commercial grazing of livestock over an extensive area.
|Growing or farming items depending on the distance from the nearest market
|Crops that are grown for human consumption rather than for animals.
|formed by natural resources such as anaerobic decomposition of buried dead organisms
|the act, process, or industry of extracting ores, coal, etc., from mines
|an economic system in which the government or workers' councils manages the economy
|when people cultivate or "care for" crops for agriculture
|Usually farming in tropical and subtropical climates that specializes in the production of one or two crops for sale, usally to a more developed country.
|able to be renewed
|unable to be renewed
|dispersed rural settlement
|dispersed agricultural settlementd
|nucleated rural settlement
|nucleated agricultural settlements
|material used for constructing buildings
|type of village
|sauer, carl o.
|an American geographer who proposed that cultural landscapes are made up of "the superimposed on the physical landscape."
|second aggricultural revolution
|The Agricultural Revolution occurred between 1750 and 1900 when the way in which farmers produced food in this country changed
|specilizing in certain agricultures
|Grains that can be stored and used throughout the year
|an American commercial farm in which no one lives, and work/harvesting is done by migratory workers.
|French system of land tenure found at Green Bay and Prairie du Chien, under which property was laid out in long narrow strips fronting on the shoreline of a river, rather than in blocks that fronted on streets.
|metes and bounds
|A method used to describe real estate
|The Public Land Survey System (PLSS) is a method used in the United States to survey and identify land parcels, particularly for titles and deeds
|The sustainable yield of natural capital is the ecological yield that can be extracted without reducing the base of capital itself
|third aggricultural revolution
|part of the three types of agricultural revolutions.
|the use of machines in place of manual labour or the use of animals.
|involves different kinds of chemicals within farming.
|involves different kinds of chemicals within farming.
|manufacturing different types of foods in factories.
|tragedy of the commons
|an influential article written by Garrett Hardin and first published in the journal Science in 1968.
|the seasonal migration of livestock between mountains and lowland pastures.
|Commercial gardening and fruit farming.
|was a prominent nineteenth century economist.
|Johann Heinrich von Thünen (24 June 1783 - 22 September 1850) was a prominent nineteenth century economist.