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World Regional Geography

by: Maximilian Bahringer

World Regional Geography GEA 2000

Maximilian Bahringer
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Maximilian Bahringer on Monday October 12, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to GEA 2000 at Florida International University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 101 views. For similar materials see /class/221748/gea-2000-florida-international-university in Geography at Florida International University.


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Date Created: 10/12/15
GEA 2000 World Regional Geography Spring 2005 Study Guide for Exam 1 l The exam covers all lecture material including guest lectures by Helga and Diana all lms viewed during class see below and the material in chapters 1 through 5 Outlines for the lectures are included below 2 Make sure you review all of the key physical human geographic features stressed during lecture for each region There will be 5 outline maps similar to those of Quiz 1 that will require you to identify features of physical and human geography 3 A list of key terms for chapters 15 is contained in a separate le available on this site Terms will be drawn from the list to be used in the llintheblank section on de nitions They may also appear in other types of questions such as multiple choice Films for Exam 1 On 2hr Reserve AV center 5Lh oor Green Library Free Trade Slaves Russia Facing the Future Lecture Outlines Chapters 1 5 Introduction Ch 1 1 Regions and Maps A Concept ofRegion B Map reading C Longitude and Latitude 11 Global Climate Processes A Earthsun relationships B Global Atmospheric Circulation 1 Intertropical Convergence Zone ITCZ 2 Westerlies C General factors in uencing climate D Climate regions 111 Global Biogeography A Distribution of Biomes IV Global Geomorphological Processes A Tectonic Theory and Terms B Types of plate boundaries North America Ch 2 I Physical Geography A Landforms rivers B Climate III Cultural and Historical Geography A Native American Occupation B European Encounter C US Land Policies 17831900 IV Settlement Patterns of the US A Economic Change and Internal Migration B T I n C Water and the Arid West Middle America Ch 3 I Delineating the Region A MeXico Central America Caribbean B Rimland and Mainland II Physical Geography A Landforms B Climate Altitudinal Zonation III Historical and Cultural Geography A Culture Hearths B Demographic Collapse IV Colonial and PostColonial Economy A EXtraction l Plunder Hacienda Plantation B Import Substitution Industrialization C Structural Adjustment V Nation Peoples and the State South America Ch 3 I Physical Geography A Landforms B Climate C Vegetation II HistoricalCultural Geography A Inca Civilization B European Encounter 1 Spanish and Portuguese regions 2 European immigration 3 Cultural heterogeneity III Tropical Rainforests and Deforestation A Amazon economic development B Historical and social roots of deforestation IV Demographics and Population A Population measures B Demographic transition Europe Ch 4 I Introduction 4 Regions of Europe II Physical Geography A Landforms and Rivers B Climate zones III HistoricalCultural Geography A In uences of Classical Civilizations B Medieval Period C Islamic In uences IV European Political Geography A Age of Exploration B Revolutions and Transformations C Rise of the NationState V Geographic Patterns of Fragmentation and Unity A Devolution and Balkanization B European Union Russia and Central Asia Chapter 5 I Physical geography A Landforms 5 regions B Climate and Vegetation II Cultural and Historical Geography A Premodem Russia B Rise of Russian Empire C Bolshevik Revolution D Breakup of Soviet Empire III PostSoviet Conditions A The New States B Rise of the Oligarchy C Demographic Reversals IV Central Asian States A Environmental Conditions B Conservation Initiatives


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