Flashcards in Social Studies Post-Test Review Deck (35)
How easily one place can be reached from another
How people or things move in certain directions at certain speeds
The mutual exchange of people all goods among places usually occurs over those shortest possible distances
Information of place information from memory
Helps people understand the overall distribution of population of a particular area, such as a region, city or entire world
Generally represents a small area with a lot of detail, including elevation with contour lines, natural features, and man-made features
Has colors that make natural patterns stand out; the colors can stand for types of vegetation, mountain, and natural features
Maps and GPS
Shows information about past events and where they occurred
Is a system or tool for displaying in analyzing data related to positions on the Earth's surface
The relationship among all living and nonliving things that exist within a certain area
A place or area where organism lives
To recognize, discern, envision or understand
To adjust one so if two different conditions, environment, etc.
Huge growth of cities
The actual location of a settlement oh placement of a building on the earth influenced by landforms, vegetation etc
The location of a place wanted to would surroundings and other places; influenced by the accessibility of the location
The area of greatest concentration of traits or characteristics of an area
The outer influence of culture or economic traits of an area
The defining features of the region extend clearly and consistently from border to border
Regions where the defining feature of the Legion is based around a central place or feature where is strongest, but usually becomes less evident or weaker towards the edges of the region
Imaginary regions with no officially agreed upon boundaries
the large-scale introduction of manufacturing, advanced technical enterprises, and other productive economic activity into an area, society, country, etc.
to come to a country of which one is not a native
to go from one country, region, or place to another.
Variety; a range of different cultures
the behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular social, ethnic, or age group
characteristic of one person or thing, and so serving to distinguish it from others.