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Jeopardy. Latitude Longitude. Earth/Sun. Climate/ Weather. 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. 500.

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Jeopardy
Jeopardy

Latitude

Longitude

Earth/Sun

Climate/

Weather

Weathering/

Erosion

Human

Geography 1

Human

Geography 2

100

100

100

100

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100

200

200

200

200

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200

300

300

300

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400

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500


Lat long 100
Lat/Long - 100

Lines that measure North to South but run East to West.

What are latitude lines?

Back


Lat long 200
Lat/Long - 200

The International Dateline and the Prime Meridian

What are the two fixed points of reference for Longitude?

Back


Lat long 300
Lat/Long - 300

23.5 Degrees South latitude

What is the Tropic of Capricorn?

Back


Lat long 400
Lat/Long - 400

180 degrees.

How far can you measure East or West of the Prime Meridian?

Back


Lat long 500
Lat/Long - 500

This is the perspective geographers use when studying the relationships between people and their environment.

What is spatial perspective?

Back


Earth sun 100
Earth/Sun - 100

This is what the earth does on it's axis

What is rotates?

Back


Earth sun 200
Earth/Sun - 200

This is one elliptical orbit of the earth around the sun.

What is revolution?

Back


Earth sun 300
Earth/Sun - 300

These are the two times a year that the poles are pointed at their furthest angle toward or away from the sun

What are solstices?

Back


Earth sun 400
Earth/Sun - 400

The sun's direct rays strike the earth here during the Northern Hemisphere summer.

What is the Tropic of Cancer?

Back


Earth sun 500
Earth/Sun - 500

These are the three fixed points of reference for latitude in the Southern Hemisphere.

What are Tropic of Capricorn, Antarctic Circle, South Pole?

Back


Climate weather 100
Climate/Weather - 100

This is the arid side of a mountain caused by the orographic effect.

What is the rain shadow or leeward side?

Back


Climate weather 200
Climate/Weather - 200

This is the climate with the most diverse ecosystems.

What is tropical?

Back


Climate weather 300
Climate/Weather - 300

This is the condition of the atmosphere at a given time and place.

What is weather?

Back


Climate weather 400
Climate/Weather - 400

Mountains influence climate through this.

What is the orographic effect?

Back


Climate weather 500
Climate/Weather - 500

This is the season in which Mediterranean climates receive the most precipitation.

What is winter?

Back


Weathering erosion 100
Weathering/Erosion - 100

These are the processes that create and shape landforms

What are tectonic forces, erosion, and weathering?

Back


Weathering erosion 200
Weathering/Erosion - 200

These are formed when winter snows do not melt the following summer.

What are glaciers?

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Weathering erosion 300
Weathering/Erosion - 300

A watershed begins here.

What are headwaters?

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Weathering erosion 400
Weathering/Erosion - 400

This is the movement of water through the hydrosphere.

What is hydrologic cycle?

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Weathering erosion 500
Weathering/Erosion - 500

These are the layers of the soil horizon.

What are humus, subsoil, weathered rock, parent rock?

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Human geography 1 100
Human Geography 1 - 100

This is the belief in one god.

What is monotheism?

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Human geography 1 200
Human Geography 1 - 200

This means, regional variety of a language.

What is dialect?

Back


Human geography 1 300
Human Geography 1 - 300

This is all the features of a peoples way of life.

What is culture?

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Human geography 1 400
Human Geography 1 - 400

Globalization.

What is the increase in connections between cultures around the world?

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Human geography 1 500
Human Geography 1 - 500

Hierarchical Diffusion

What is the spread of ideas from places of greater size and influence to smaller places?

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Human geography 2 100
Human Geography 2 - 100

Birth rate

What is the number of babies born per 1,000 population?

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Human geography 2 200
Human Geography 2 - 200

These are people who are forced out of their country and cannot return.

Who are refugees?

Back


Human geography 2 300
Human Geography 2 - 300

Demography.

What is the statistical study of human populations?

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Human geography 2 400
Human Geography 2 - 400

Fundamentalism.

What is a movement in which people believe in strictly following certain established principals and teachings?

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Human geography 2 500
Human Geography 2 - 500

When an individual adopts some of the traits of another culture.

What is acculturation?

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