Week 2 - Geography 102 Human Geography Basics Terms B Quiz...

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    Geography 102 Geography 102 Human Geography Basics Human Geography Basics Terms B Terms B
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    Quiz 1 in Discussion  Quiz 1 in Discussion  Section Next Week Section Next Week Terms A Terms A Terms B Terms B Map 1 Map 1 Map 2 Map 2
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Map 1 Map 1
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Latitudinal Zones Latitudinal Zones
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Vertical Zonation Vertical Zonation Altiplano
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MAP  2
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Broad Environmental Types Broad Environmental Types Livelihood Type Broad Env. Type Hunting Gathering Fishing Mining Shifting Cultivation, (Slash and Burn) Intensive subsistence agriculture Pastoral Nomadism, Transhumance Pastoralism, (Ranching) Tropical Rain Forest (RF) X X X X X Tropical Savannah (TS) X X X X X Desert (D) X X X X Mid-Latitude Forest/Grasslands (ML) X X X X X X Coniferous Forests (CF) X X X Tundra (T) X X X X Ice Cap (IC) Little Means of Subsistence Highlands Various livelihoods depending on elevation/latitude/Precipitation
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ENVIRONMENTAL  TYPES AND  LIVELIHOOD PATTERNS   Terms B, Map2 Two examples: Shifting cultivation (slash/burn) Tasmania: a hunter-gatherer society Read website references
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Shifting Cultivation (Slash and Burn) Shifting Cultivation (Slash and Burn) Livelihood type in which land is  cultivated  temporarily and then abandoned (when the soil 
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Week 2 - Geography 102 Human Geography Basics Terms B Quiz...

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