Exam 1 Review - Study Guide Geog 003 Introduction to...

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Study Guide Geog 003 Introduction to Geography Dr. Jensen EXAM: Friday, March 28 Chapter Three Tectonic plates and tectonic forces: Folding, faulting, earthquakes, volcanism Chapter Four Why do we have day and night? Why do we have seasons? Weather and climate – what’s the difference? The greenhouse effect and global warming “An Inconvenient Truth”: the discussion questions we answered in class Chapter Five Renewable and nonrenewable resources Leading producers of oil (countries) Leading consumers of oil (countries) Regional shares of proved oil reserves: Which region is on the top with 62%? Tropical rain forests: Why is it a problem that they are being cut down? Sustainable development Chapter Six Population geography Crude birth rate What factors influence birth rates? Total fertility rate Crude death rate Infant mortality rate What factors influence death rates? Population pyramids
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course GEOG 003 taught by Professor Jensen during the Spring '08 term at Hofstra University.

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