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Jeopardy 2. Latitude & Longitude. Earth/ Sun. Weather/ Climate. Weathering & Erosion. Human Geography 1. Human Geography 2. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500.

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Jeopardy 2

Jeopardy 2

Latitude & Longitude

Earth/ Sun

Weather/

Climate

Weathering &

Erosion

Human

Geography 1

Human

Geography 2

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Cat 1 100

Cat 1 - 100

These lines divide the globe into the Eastern and Western hemispheres

What are the Prime Meridian and International Dateline?

Back


Cat 1 200

Cat 1 - 200

This indicates which way north is on a map.

What is a directional indicator?

Back


Cat 1 300

Cat 1 - 300

These are the three fixed points of reference in the Northern Hemisphere.

What are the North Pole, Arctic Circle and Tropic of Cancer?

Back


Cat 1 400

Cat 1 - 400

A city with the coordinates 23°N and 35°E would be located in these two hemispheres.

What are the Northern and Eastern hemispheres?

Back


Cat 1 500

Cat 1 - 500

This explains why the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn are located at 23.5° in both the northern and southern hemispheres.

What is because the earth is tilted 23.5° off it’s axis?

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Cat 2 100

Cat 2 - 100

The two times a year the earth experiences equal hours of daylight and night time.

What are the equinoxes?

Back


Cat 2 200

Cat 2 - 200

366.

What is the number of days in a leap year?

Back


Cat 2 300

Cat 2 - 300

Warm low latitude areas near the equator.

What are the tropics?

Back


Cat 2 400

Cat 2 - 400

In each hemisphere, the Sun's energy is stronger during this season.

What is summer?

Back


Cat 2 500

Cat 2 - 500

Together, the four spheres of Earth make up this.

What is the earth system?

Back


Cat 3 100

Cat 3 - 100

Soil that remains frozen year round.

What is permafrost?

Back


Cat 3 200

Cat 3 - 200

The increasing temperature of Earth over the last few decades.

What is global warming?

Back


Cat 3 300

Cat 3 - 300

The weather conditions in a geographic area over a long period of time.

What is climate?

Back


Cat 3 400

Cat 3 - 400

This is how mountains influence climate.

What is through the orographic effect?

Back


Cat 3 500

Cat 3 - 500

This is why oceans help moderate temperatures along coastlines.

What is because they heat and cool more slowly than land?

Back


Cat 4 100

Cat 4 - 100

Any smaller stream or river that flows into a larger stream or river.

What is tributary?

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Cat 4 200

Cat 4 - 200

Broken down plant and animal material.

What is humus?

Back


Cat 4 300

Cat 4 - 300

Water vapor that contains chemicals from air pollution.

What is acid rain?

Back


Cat 4 400

Cat 4 - 400

Tectonic processes, erosion , and weathering.

What are the three processes that create and shape landforms?

Back


Cat 4 500

Cat 4 - 500

Humus, subsoil, and weathered rock.

What are three layers of the soil profile?

Back


Cat 5 100

Cat 5 - 100

This is the belief in many gods.

What is polytheism?

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Cat 5 200

Cat 5 - 200

A movement in which people believe in strictly following certain established principles and teachings.

What is fundamentalism?

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Cat 5 300

Cat 5 - 300

The spread of new fashions from the big city to small towns is an example of this kind of diffusion.

What is hierarchical diffusion?

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Cat 5 400

Cat 5 - 400

War, famine, disease, bad economy, bad government.

What are push factors?

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Cat 5 500

Cat 5 - 500

This is the difference between refugees and immigrants.

What is immigrants move voluntarily while refugees are forced from their homes?

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Cat 6 100

Cat 6 - 100

An area in which people have many shared culture traits.

What is a culture region?

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Cat 6 200

Cat 6 - 200

Individuals who help spread a religion.

What/who are missionaries?

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Cat 6 300

Cat 6 - 300

This is the average number of people living in an area.

What is population density?

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Cat 6 400

Cat 6 - 400

A model that shows how birthrates and death rates dropped in many countries as they developed modern economies and industries.

What is the demographic transition?

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Cat 6 500

Cat 6 - 500

This happens to a population when the death rate drops and birth rate remains high.

What is, the population grows?

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