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14. Natural regions can change in size and shape over time in response to environmental changes.a. True
b. FalseANSWER:TrueREFERENCES:Major Perspectives in Physical GeographyLEARNING OBJECTIVES:PHYG.PETR.17.1.7 - Recognize that every physical environment offers anarray of advantages and challenges to human life and living conditions.KEYWORDS:Bloom’s: Understand15. Because physical geography is so broad and complex, the scientific method does not apply.
REFERENCES:Major Perspectives in Physical GeographyLEARNING OBJECTIVES:PHYG.PETR.17.1.3 - Describe the three major perspectives of physicalgeography: spatial science, physical science, and environmental science.KEYWORDS:Bloom’s: UnderstandMultiple Choice16. Which field focuses on the relationships between organisms and their environment?a
REFERENCES:Major Perspectives in Physical GeographyLEARNING OBJECTIVES:PHYG.PETR.17.1.2 - Discuss important ways in which geographicinformation and techniques are useful in different careers.KEYWORDS:Bloom’s: Remember17. An example of an absolute location is ____.e
REFERENCES:Major Perspectives in Physical GeographyLEARNING OBJECTIVES:PHYG.PETR.17.1.3 - Describe the three major perspectives of physicalgeography: spatial science, physical science, and environmental science.KEYWORDS:Bloom’s: Understand
18. “How do the grasslands of the North American Great Plains compare to the grasslands of Argentina?”is a question about ____.a. spatial distributionb. spatial interactionc. change over timed. the characteristics ofplacese. absolute locationANSWER:d
REFERENCES:Major Perspectives in Physical GeographyLEARNING OBJECTIVES:PHYG.PETR.17.1.3 - Describe the three major perspectives of physicalgeography: spatial science, physical science, and environmental science.KEYWORDS:Bloom’s: Understand19. The arrangement of multiple individuals of the same type of feature or event over Earth’s surface isthe ____.d
REFERENCES:Major Perspectives in Physical GeographyLEARNING OBJECTIVES:PHYG.PETR.17.1.3 - Describe the three major perspectives of physicalgeography: spatial science, physical science, and environmental science.KEYWORDS:Bloom’s: Remember

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Term
Fall
Professor
Vicotria Downey
Tags
Cartography, Geography, Map projection, Geographic information system

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