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Name: ___________________________________________Period: ________Date: _________UnitNature and Perspectives ofHuman GeographyAP Human Geography1The following information corresponds to Chapter 1 in your textbook.Fill in the blanks to complete the definitionor sentence.All of the following data in addition to your reading is important, not just the blanks you fill in.Use this acronym as a base to analyze any map:TODALSIG--------________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________*not all elements ofTODALSIGare represented in the map tothe rightOne-________ of the world population is malnourished.Even though enough food is produced for everyone tohave plenty to eat, food consumption is currently distributed - ________________.ListTHREEmajor causes of world malnourishment:
In the case of Kenya, who owns the most fertile and productive land?What is produced there?What is Human Geography?________ geography is the study of physical phenomena on Earth (not a focus of this course).Define human geography (in your own words):______________ is a set of processes that are increasing interactions,deepening relationships, and heightening interdependence without regardto country borders.Discussions on this issue focus on the pull betweenthe ________ and ________.What happens at other ________ (local, regional, national,…) helpscreate the processes of globalization and shape its outcomes.________ ______________ is the physical location of geographicphenomena acrossspaceIn __________ geography, mapping the distribution of a disease is thefirst step to finding its cause.__________ is a term that denotes a set ofdiseases in which diarrhea and dehydration are the chief symptoms;__________ prevents it (e.g. boiling water)this fact was firstdiscovered in England by Dr. John _______ in the 1850s; he mapped outthe reported cases, and saved hundreds of lives..

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