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Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Around the World. Allocating Resources. Notable Geographers. Thinking Geographically. Population.

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Jeopardy

Choose a category.

You will be given the answer.

You must give the correct question.

Click to begin.

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Choose a point value.

Choose a point value.

Click here for Final Jeopardy

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Around the World

Allocating Resources

Notable Geographers

Thinking Geographically

Population

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What is a small scale

Remember the pie analogy

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From the Greek khartes and graphien.

The study and practice of making maps.

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In example illustrates which geographic concept?… In 1492 it took Columbus 37 days, in 1912 it would have taken the Titanic 5 days, in 1927 it took Charles Lindbergh 33.5 hours, and in 1962 John Glenn did it in 15 minutes.

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What is space-time compression?

The reduction in the time it takes to diffuse something to a distant place as a result of improved communications and transportation systems

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This location, geographically located between two mountains is known for its high levels of air pollution.

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The people who inhabit this island nation may not be large contributors to global warming, but they are definitely feeling its effects!

Daily Double!

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Despite the denials from the Soviet Union in the 1970s and 80s, satellite imagery has proven the destruction of this, once considered the world’s fourth largest lake, due to water pollution.

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What is the Aral Sea?Now between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, the Aral Sea may cease to exist by 2020!

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This geographer created a map that had several advantages, shape was distorted very little and direction remained consistent.

It is usually known for its chief disadvantage though, that it greatly distorts area at the poles.

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This geographer believed that if population outran the food supply, there would be a certain catastrophe.

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This contemporary analyst believed that a large population could actually stimulate food production.

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By mapping the distribution of deaths from Cholera in 1854 London, John Snow contributed to this discipline of medical science

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The total fertility rate most affects this calculation of when a locations population will double.

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Areas between these parallels are inhospitable for humans because the combination of rain and heat rapidly deplete nutrients from the soil and makes farming very difficult.

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Mapping the usage of the words soda, pop, and coke is an example of this, which looks at language boundaries

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This popular road in the United States went through a revival to return back to its folk routes after a period of abandonment.

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This cultural group that lives in the American Pacific Northwest fought modern day courts and organizations to return to traditional folk activities.

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Final Jeopardy

Linguistic Geography

Make your wager

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The GuuguYimithirr tribe commonly use cardinal directions and spatial orientation in conversation, a thought process that has been labeled as this.

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What is geocentric?

(or geocentric reasoning)

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