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GEO 2420 (Section 2296 / Fall, 2008) M AP Q UIZ #2 Note: You will be asked to identify five of the following countries or places on a world map for the map quiz as part of the first exam. The countries are grouped by continents in the list below. A blank map is available at the course website in a pdf file. Bulgaria Brazil Indonesia Democratic Repub of Congo Czech Republic Colombia Iraq Libya Finland Costa Rica Pakistan Nigeria Hungary Peru Uzbekistan Tanzania Portugal Uruguay Vietnam Zimbabwe ****************************************************************************** S TUDY Q UESTIONS , E XAM T WO NOTE CHANGE OF EXAM DATE BELOW Exam #2 will be given on Friday 10/31/08, 4 th period, CSE 119 (regular class time & class room) / bring # 2 pencils (with erasers) The following readings are covered in this exam: Disease and Social Change Rubenstein, Introduction to Human Geography , Chapter 2 (“World health threats.” pp 72-75). Zuk, Marlene. 2008. “A great pox’s greatest feat: staying alive.” New York Times , April 29, 2008. (Article 13) Leonard, Terry. 2006. “AIDS toll may reach 100 million in Africa.” Associated Press, June 4, 2006. (Article 14) Dugger, Celia. “Where AIDS galloped, lessons in applying the reins.” New York Times , May 18, 2006. (Article 15) Mason, Margie. 2005. “HIV is spreading via India’s highways.” Associated Press, November 29, 2005. (Article 16) Rosenberg, Tina. 2004. “Necessary treatments.” New York Times , September 19, 2004. (Article 17) Altman, Lawrence. 2008. “Drug-resistant TB at record levels.” New York Times , February 26, 2008. (Article 18) Kyama, Reuben and Donald McNeil. 2007. “Distribution of nets splits malaria fighters.” New York Times , October 9, 2007. (Article 19) Roberts, Donald. 2007. “A new home for DDT.” New York Times , August 20, 2007. (Article 20)
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2 4. Resources & Environment: 10/1 – 10/18 Rubenstein, The Cultural Landscape , Chapter 11 (“Industrial Revolution,” pp 371- 375); Chapter 10 (“Food supply,” pp. 359-365; Ch 14 (pp 473-507). New York Times Bradsher, Keith. 2008. “A new, global oil quandary: costly fuel means costly calories.” New York Times, January 19, 2008. (Article 29) Bradsher, Keith and Andrew Martin. 2008. “World’s poor pay price as crop research is cut.” New York Times, May 18, 2008. (Article 21) Rosenthal, Elizabeth. 2008. “UN says biofuel subsidies raise food bill and hunger.” New York Times, October 8, 2008. (Article 22) Krauss, Clifford. 2007. “Oil-rich nations use more energy, cutting exports.” New York Times, December 9, 2007. (Article 23) Wald, Matthew. 2008. “Mounting costs slow the push for clean coal.” New York Times, May 30, 2008. (Article 24) Krauss, Clifford. 2008. “Move over, oil, there’s money in Texas wind” New York Times, February 23, 2008. (Article 25) Chang, Kenneth. 2008. “Strongest storms grow stronger yet, study says.” New York Times,
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