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Geog Notes May 4th 17:05 Regression Lines Top Left – right Bottom Left – Right o Strong negative correlation, weak cor., weak cor, strong positive correlation. o
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o Population pyramids o o o o o A great deal of information about the population broken down by age and sex can be read from a population pyramid, and this can shed light on the extent of development and other aspects of the population. A population pyramid also tells the council how many people of each age range live in the area. There tends to be more females than males in the older age groups, due to females' longer life expectancy.
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o Climatograph Circular graph mapping out long term climate for a country or region (see book for pictures) Wind Rose Graph specifying direction of wind over long term
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Triangular Graphs Soil composition
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Show graphs how spatial information is used other than in maps. Exam Review
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course GEOL 170 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Maryland.

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