GEOG 1001Feb8

GEOG 1001Feb8 - GEOG 1001 Feb.8 EUROPE Population...

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Unformatted text preview: GEOG 1001 Feb.8 EUROPE: Population Indicators: Population • Germany:82.3 million • Monaco: 100,000 Density per sq km • Monaco: 33,104 • Iceland: 3 TFR • Ireland, France: 2.0 • Bosnia & Herzegovina, San Marino: 1.2 % Urban: • Monaco: 100% • Albania: 45.2% Net Migration Development Indicators: • GNI • GDP Growth • Life expectancy • % living on less $2 a day • <5 morality 2005 • Gender Equity # Environmental Diversity 1. Complex Geology 2. Latitudinal Extent o Bodies of water at 5-10 degrees of warmth o Water controls very important 3. Preindustrial Land Cover 4. Human Impact- not a lot of forest remains; threatened fisheries Landform Regions: • European Lowlands o SW France to NE Poland- Meandering rivers reach Atlantic, North and Baltic Seas • Alpine Mountain Syste m o Pyrene es- border between Spain and France o Alps- 500 miles from France to Austria; highest in west o Apennines- form spine of Italy; Mt. Vesuvius; o Carpathians- • Central Uplands o Mountain Syste m...
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course GEOG 1001 taught by Professor Baksi during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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GEOG 1001Feb8 - GEOG 1001 Feb.8 EUROPE Population...

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