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Bobby Kessinger Geog 1010 4/6/16 Study Guide Ch. 9 1. Ptolemy’s map of the world, 2,000 years ago was relatively accurate for: 2. The T-O map shows the power of the ___ over knowledge during Europe’s Middle Ages. 3. True or False: The European Union has replaced the government of its member states. 4. Several states in Eastern Europe were not part of the Soviet Union during the Cold War, but they were heavily influenced by the Soviet Union and were called satellite states. Which of the following was a satellite state? 5. On the whole, the growth of Islam in Europe since the end of World War II has come largely by: 6. France banned the outward demonstration of religious symbols in public schools because : 7. Religion and language are spatially connected in Europe. Which of the following combinations is found in Europe today? 8. In their fieldwork in Brussels, Kestloot and Mistiaen found that the level of integration of Turkish immigrants into the city of Brussels was reflected in: 9. Much of the Netherlands is below sea level because: 10. In the 1989 Velvet Revolution, this country overthrew its communist gov: 11. To solve its problem which acqua alta, Venice is: 12. Public housing in Prague is now mainly located: 13. Since 2004, ___ countries have joined the European Union 14. Africans who migrate to Europe generally migrate through these two centers: 15. Guest workers are: Answers: 1. Mediterranean Sea 2. Catholic Church 3. False 4. Hungary 5. The migration of followers of Islam from North Africa to Europe 6. The French gov. is officially secular 7. Slavic languages and Eastern Orthodox religion 8. Turkish restaurants 9. The sediment in the polders has compressed and dried out over time 10. Czechoslovakia 11. Building a series of giant sea gates 12. In the suburbs 13. 13 14. Spain and malta 15. Immigrants who are welcomed into the country for a short time to fill labor shortage Ch. 10 1. The East European Plain is flat, fertile land in large part because: 2. The tundra region of North and Central Eurasia is swampy in the spring thaw because: 3. The Soviet Union elevated industrialization over environment. In Kazakhstan, the Soviet Union: 4. The two primary world religions found in North and Central Asia are: 5. When the tsars expanded their landholdings and built up Russia, they expanded first to the ___ because the ___ blocked expansion in the east. 6. How Islam is practiced in Central Asia differs from practice in other areas of the world because: 7. Russia, like Europe and Japan, has very low Total Fertility Rates (FTRs). One major difference in population characteristics between Russia and Europe and Japan is that: 8. The population density is higher at northern latitudes in North and Central Eurasian than at northern latitudes in North America. The high population density in the north is the result of this policy: 9. This country has constructed a national identity that is Creole or a hybrid of its own nation and the Soviet identity. 10. In the 1990s, shuttle trading was part of the ___ and brought goods from ___ into the region. 11. The group of people who have become wealthy and powerful during the transition from centrally planned economies to market economies are the: 12. The tall, gray cinder-block apartment buildings from the Soviet era are called ___ and since independence have been ___. 13. Mansions and large estates built on the outskirts of Moscow are primarily being built on sites that used to be: 14. The gov. of Kazakhstan is concerned that the country may balkanize, which means: 15. Extracting oil in the Siberian region is environmentally dangerous because Siberia has: Answers 1. It was covered by a massive continental glacier in the last ice age 2. Rivers drain north in this region 3. Tested more than 400 nuclear weapons, exposing people to radiation 4. Islam and Eastern Orthodox 5. West/Mongols 6. Islam mixed with indigenous religions when it diffused to Central Asia, Central Asians were cut off from interaction with other non-Soviet countries during the Soviet era, and the neighboring Muslim country of Iran is Shi’a while the Central Asian countries are Sunni Islam 7. Life expectancies for men in Russia have fallen 8. Development through resettlement 9. Belarus 10. Informal economy/Europe 11. Oligarchs 12. Mikroyan/torn down 13. Dachas 14. Split into smaller countries along ethnic lines 15. Permafrost Ch. 11 1. The Rocky Mountains are located farther inland than most mountain chains created along subduction zones. Why? 2. The Appalachian Mountains are older than the Rocky Mountains. The easiest way for an amateur physical geographer to tell this is to notice: 3. The basin and range topography of the western U.S. is created when the crust is ___ and ranges ___ while basins ___. 4. In the western U.S., orographic precipitation creates a rainshadow on the ___ side of the Sierra-Nevada Mountains, and the climate there is ___. 5. North of the tree line in Canada, trees don’t grow for all of the following reasons except: 6. European diseases killed millions of indigenous people in North America because: 7. The U.S. (and France and England before them) entered treaties with American Indian tribes recognized tribes as: 8. True or False: Both the Canadian and U.S. governments forcibly removed members of indigenous tribes, primarily children, from their homes to boarding schools, where they were forbidden to speak their native language. 9. The Atlantic slave trade forced the removal of Africans to the Americas. The greatest proportion of slaves, according to Figure 11.17, went from Africa to: 10. The Scandinavian Festival in Junction City, Oregon, is a good example of step migration because the town was primarily populated by Scandinavian from: 11. True or False: Before 1500, cities in North America were larger than cities in Europe. 12. The 2006 census in Canada found a major difference in the populations of the suburbs and the central city in Montreal and other Canadian cities. The major differences they found was: 13. Megalopolis include all of the following cities? 14. True or False: More than 50 percent of Canada’s population lives in an urban area stretching from Windsor, Ontario, to Quebec City, Quebec. 15. Urban sprawl means a city is growing: Answers 1. The angle of subduction 2. The Rockies are at higher elevation than the Appalachians 3. Compressed/uplifted/dropped 4. Eastern/dry 5. The climate receives too much rain 6. European diseases were animal-borne diseases to which North American indigenous people had never been exposed 7. Sovereign 8. True 9. Brazil and the Caribbean 10. The Midwest 11. True 12. The population of the central city was older than the population of the suburbs 13. Washington, DC/ Philadelphia, PA/ New York, NY 14. True 15. With low-density areas on the outskirts
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