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PHYSICAL, POLITICAL & URBAN GEOGRAPHY THEMES. Geography Sources. The combination of different data on 1 map is completed by using? Picture A represents a way to gather geographical information. How was the image of Alaska created? The newspaper is an example of what type of source?. A.

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geography sources
Geography Sources
  • The combination of different data on 1 map is completed by using?
  • Picture A represents a way to gather geographical information.
  • How was the image of Alaska created?
  • The newspaper is an example of what type of source?

A

map concepts
Map Concepts
  • What is the 1st image?
  • Why are they different on each map?
  • Why does the 2nd image include a compass?
  • Lines that run N & S are?
  • Lines that run E & W are?
  • How do they divide the world?
  • What concept is illustrated by the last image?
slide4

A

  • Name the 3 types of projections: A, B, C
  • How are each distorted?
  • What are advantages of using each map?

B

C

slide5

What map concept is illustrated by the image?

  • Why and when do we use mental maps?
  • How do we develop our mental maps?
  • Sketching
  • Using reference points (equator, prime meridian)
  • Using geographic features & land forms (west of Mississippi)
  • Using human characteristics like languages, dress, customs (steel drums – Jamaica, Kimonos – Japan)
climate
Climate
  • What are the 3 main characteristics that make up climate?
  • Name the 5 most important factors that influence climate?
climate regions
Climate Regions
  • What are the 3 main climatic zones based on latitude? (any synonyms?)
  • This picture illustrates the effects of elevation on vegetation, what is the name of the type of climate associated with this phenomena?
slide10

Name the climates associated with low latitudes.

  • Name the climates associated w/ middle latitudes (think US).
vegetation regions
Vegetation Regions
  • Describe the main vegetative regions of the world. How are the similar or different? (name the most significant)
weather phenomena
Weather Phenomena
  • What event is occurring in the picture above?
  • Where are they most likely to occur?
  • The picture below? Where?
slide15

What causes the phenomena pictured in both images?

  • Why do the images have different names? How can you tell the difference?
political geography

What do these images have in common?

  • Give another example of a political division.
Political Geography
  • Why do we create political divisions & or boundaries?
political trade organizations
Political & Trade Organizations
  • The countries in blue represent what international organization?
  • Why wash it created?
  • How has it expanded?
  • What organization is represented by the map on the lower left? the flag?
slide19

Why was the organization represented by the blue & white icon created? What is the security council?

  • What are the names of the 2 different organizations represented by the maps?
  • Why were these organizations created & what problems do they have?
slide20

What organizations are represented by the maps?

  • How can you tell the difference?
  • Why were they created?
examples of international cooperation
Examples of International Cooperation
  • What do all the countries in blue have in common?
  • Why is Antarctica divided?