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Study Guide for Geog 1003 Exam 2 Format: Multiple Choice/Matching, T/F LARGE SCANTRON Understand the meaning/definition/the significance of the following terms and be able to apply them to appropriate situations. Make sure you can connect event/person with PLACE. China’s Lost Girls—National Geographic Documentary (1 ques) Southeast Asia Environmental Degradation—air pollution, mining, deforestation The Karen—associated with which country, division under colonialism (what country) Three types of agriculture practices: swidden, plantation, and rice Colonial Powers—What areas did they control? A little of the history/significance French Indochina—what countries today? British Imperialism—trading company Netherlands—trading company Spain and U.S.—Philippines Urban SE Asia Economic Development: Philippines, Singapore (entrepot), Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Burma (Myanmar)—What about big picture? Countries deterring investment. Genetic Boundary Classification System, Richard Hartshorne—4 Boundaries, examples
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course GEOG 1003 taught by Professor Patzewitsch during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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