Geog 5 Final Review 2011

Geog 5 Final Review 2011 - Geography 5 Review for Final...

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Geography 5 Review for Final STUDY HARD!!!!!!!! Thanks! BRING FISH CARD!!!!!!!!!!!! Class Lectures Did the Greeks know the earth was round? How Biome Where is it? Why is it there? Plant adaptations? Do we have it in California? Conservation Status Tundra or Alpine Boreal Forest Temperate Deciduous Forests Temperate Grassland Mediterranean Scrub: WHERE ARE THEY 5 places Tropical Rain Forest Tropical Dry Forest Tropical Savanna Desert: Hot and Cold Orographic Precipitation, Rain shadow ITCZ (Inter Tropical Convergence Zone) Epiphytes How are plants adapted to the Mediterranean climate How are Mediterranean plants adapted to fire Origin of People and YOU Megafauna Paul Martin Munch Hypothesis What are 5 Megafauna that used to be in LA New Zealand 1,000 years ago Moa and Mauri Island Gigantism and Dwarfism: Examples 1650 0.5 billion 1820 1 billion 1930 2 billion (Grandparents) 1975 4 billion 2000 6 billion 2011 7 billion Thomas Malthus Theory How have family planning programs changed from the 60 and 70’s to Now What happen to Cuba Agriculture after the Soviet Union dissolved? Current Status of Population by Region: Awesome Places, Bad Places Flu: Pigs and ducks HIV/AID: Green Monkey PHV/Venereal warts: Statistical Fact: 30 to 50% in US, Urban area 80% Herpes (20%) and Syphilis (less then 1%): HIV/AIDS 1 in 300 people US Agriculture
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Where from, How grown, Ecological Impact Potato (Solanum tuberosum) Sugar (Saccharum officinarum) Cacao (Theobroma cacao) “The food of the Gods” Aztec name. Tea (Camellia sinensis) Coffee (Coffea arabica) Organic Shade Coffee Rubber Tree (Hevea brasiliensis) Bananas (Musa spp.) Orange (Citrus sp.) Cerals Maize (Zea mays) Wheat (Triticum) Rice (Oryza sativa) Pineapple (Ananas cosmsus) Opium Poppy (Papaver somniferum) Coco (Erthroxylum coca) Coca is first in calories, protein, carbohydrates, fiber Rich in calcium, phosphorous, iron, vitamin A and E How do you make a zombie? Exports from California: Big Five Genetically Modified Food: Franken Food: Good things about it What did the California Indians use it for? Oaks (Quercus sp.) USE: Acorns were the primary food source for a number of California Indians. Acorns were collected, leached with water in stream and basket to remove tannins (Wine) then heated with rocks for mush. Wood also used for bow Manzanita (Arctostaphylos sp.) USE: Indians poured hot water over berries to create cider. Wood was also used as a bow. Elderberry (Sambucus sp.)
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