• Maps-Population & Health, & Migration

    Chapters 1-3

    Unit 1: Maps, Population, Health & Migration

    Study Guide

    Vocabulary
    arable land                
    biosphere                               
    climate           
    counter urbanization           
    crude birth rate        
    crude death rate                   
    cultural landscape    
    doubling time            
    ecumene        
    hearth            
    lithosphere    
    migration       
    natural increase rate
    ploder            
    population pyramid 
    site                 
    situation

     

    Chapter 1       Maps

     What is scale and how does it give information about places on maps?  Page 8-9

     What are three different types of map projections and what are their differences?  Page 9

     What is the geographic grid system and how does it work?  Pages 10-11

     What three new technology tools help create maps and what purpose does each one serve? Pages 12-13

     What are four different types of regions and what are examples of each?  Pages 16-19

     Explain three ways objects are distributed through space.   pages 22-23

     Explain three ways cultural attributes can be identified through space on maps.  Pages 24-25

     What is the difference between relocation and expansion diffusion? Pages 26-27

     What are four ways geographers explain interaction between space?  Pages 28-29

     What are the three pillars of sustainability and what is one criticism of sustainability?  Page 30-31

     What is the difference between environmental determinism and possibilism and why is that important?  Page 34-35

     

    Chapter 1 Lecture Notes

     

    Chapter 2/Key Issue #1 Lecture Notes

     

    Chapter 2/Key Issue #2 Lecture Notes

     

    Chapter 2/Key Issue #3 Lecture Notes

     

    Chapter 2/Key Issue #4 Lecture Notes

     

     

     

    Chapter 2   Population and Health 

    What are population clusters and what are the four largest in the world?  Page 46

    In what type of places are there not large numbers of people? Why?  Page 47

    What are three types of population density and how are they different?  Pages 48-49

    What are the four stages of demographic transition and how is each different? Pages 56-57

    What is the Malthus theory of overpopulation and why is it challenged?  Pages 60-61

    What are the likely characteristics of a 5th stage of demographic transition?  Pages 62-63

    What are the four stages of disease (epidemiologic) transition and what are the causes of each stage?  Pages 64-65

    What are two reasons for a possible stage five of disease transition?  Pages 67-68

    What are characteristics of good and bad health care around the world? Pages 70-72

     

    Chapter 3/Key Issue #1 Lecture Notes

     

    Chapter 3/Key Issue #2 Lecture Notes

     

    Chapter 3/Key Issue #3 Lecture Notes

     

    Chapter 3/Key Issue #4 Lecture Notes

     

    Chapter 3   Migration

    What are five types of migration?  Page 80

    What are the three international migration patterns and how are which countries are gaining the most people?  Page 81

    What are five examples of U. S. migration patterns?  Pages 82-83

    How have people migrated from one region to another in the countries of Canada, China, and Brazil? Pages 88-89

    What are two factors that cause people to migrate and what are examples of each? Page 92-95

    What are five obstacles that immigrants face when they try to migrate?  Pages 96-103