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AP Human Geo Final

A study guide for the final!

All the biotic and abiotic factors that act on an organism, population, or ecological community and influence its survival and development. Environment
The organisms themselves, their food, and their interactions. Biotic Factors
Such items as sunlight, soil, air , water, climate, and pollution. Abiotic Factiors
The portion of the earth's surface that is permanently settled by human beings. Ecumene
A venture involving three or more national states-political, economic, and or cultural cooperation to promote shared objectives. Supranationalism
The process whereby regions within a state demand and gain political strength and growing autonomy at the expense of the central government. Devolution
Unifies people Centripetal
Divides People Centrifugal
Four ways of identifying location Toponym, site, situation, absolute.
Spreading form one place to another. Diffusion
Human-environment relationships Cultural ecology
Fundamental geographic question Why of Where?
Thinking spatially, producing mental images of space which allows us to navigate and to communicate about relative positon of tings in space. Mental Mapping
Transfering the image of a globe on a flat peice of paper. Map Projection
Typos on maps. Distortion
Gathering data form satelites for cartographic purposes. Remote Sensing
Computer systems that process geographic data usually to make layerd maps. gEOGRAPHIC iNFORMATION sYSTEMS (GIS)
The relative location of a place. Situation
A region which the characteristics apply thoroughout. Formal Region
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