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GEOG 1010 Europe 1

by: Ashleigh McClure

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Europe Part 1 Exam 2 Notes taken on: Wednesay September 21 Concepts Covered: -Von Thünen's Isolated State -Agrarian Revolution -Industrial Revolution -Absolute Location -Relative Loca...
Global Geography
Dr. Jim Norwood
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Date Created: 09/21/16
Europe1 9/7/16 2:22 PM Major Geographical Qualities • Western extremity of Eurasia • Remains a region with aworld influence • High degrees of specialization • Lingering manufacturing dominance • Numerousnation-states • Urbanized population • High standards of living • Population implosion • International economic integration Relative Location*** • About where things are, described by other locations ○ Example: Auburn is west of Atlanta, south of Montgomery • Europe is at the heart of the land hemisphere • Maximum efficiency for contact with the rest of the world • Every part of Europe is close to the sea • Navigable waterways • Moderate distances • Centrality ○ In terms of relative location, Europe is in the middle of the world. Absolute Location • Exactly where things are, with latitude and longitude ○ Example: Auburn is 32.6099° N, 85.4808° W Europe's Climates • Most is in a humi-temperate climate like us ○ CBF • Europe would be where Canada is, longitudinally ○ Not as cold as Canada because of their warm ocean and wind currents (that circulckise in the Northern Hemisphere) § Gulf Stream § Coriolis Effect Europe's Physical Landscapes • Four Kinds: ○ Western Uplands ○ North European Lowlands ○ Central Uplands ○ Alpine Mountains • Iberian Peninsula*** Consists of Spain and Portugal ○ ○ Louisiana hot-sauce comes from New Iberia, LA • Study the Mountain ranges ** Agrarian Revolution • Began in Europe in 1750's • Based on new agricultural innovations • Enabled increased food production ○ More food, more life sustained, less nomadic behavior • Enabled sustained population increase Von Thünen's Isolated State • A classicmodelin geography • Fashioned in 1826to explain the economic patterns developing around European cities • Based on four concentric lan-use rings surrounding a marketplace (Central City) ○ ○ Intensive, farming and dairying § Goods that easily spoil ○ Forest ○ Increasing extensive field crops ○ Ranching and animal products • Land usewas a function of transportation costs • The isolated state model became the foundation for modern location theory • Industrial Revolution ○ Developed in the United Kingdom between 1750 and 1850 ○ Evolved from technical innovations in British industry ○ Proved to be a major catalyst for increased urbanization § Population moved to big cities with urbanization • What does the future hold for Europe? ○ Unification? ○ Instability? • Supranationalism ○ A venture involvint hree or more states ○ Political, economic, and or cultural cooperation to promote shared objectives ○ European supranationalism started with the 1944 economBenelux Agreement § An economic union between B elgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg


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