Human geographers have noted a connection between economic development and the economic activities in which a country is involved.
- Define primary, secondary, and tertiary economic activities and explain in which economic sector modern agriculture should be classified.
- Explain the connection between economic development and agriculture.
- Locate South America and Western Europe on the map. Use these regions' level of economic development to predict the type of agriculture that is practiced in each region.
According to Australian statistics bureaus, there were approximately 204,000 farms and 476,000 people employed in agriculture in Australia in 1900. By the 21st century, there were approximately 121,000 farms and 370,000 people employed in agriculture in Australia.
- Discuss the distribution of agricultural activities in present-day Australia and explain how climate and geography impact the distribution of those activities.
- Identify and discuss TWO explanations for the decrease in the number of farms and farmers in Australia from 1900 to the 21st century.
- Identify and describe ONE benefit of modern agriculture and ONE disadvantage of modern agriculture in Australia.
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