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The two major language group in Canada are
English and French
The physiological region called the Canadian Shield:
is the geologic core of North America
The Great Lakes’ main outlet to the sea:
St. Lawrence River
The people called Native Americans in the U.S. are called _ in Canada.
In 1900, the geographic form of the American City was most strongly shaped by:
the electric street car
The core area of the united states is known as the
American Manufacturing Belt
Which of the following is a secondary economic activity?
The transformation of raw materials into finished products is associated with the _ sector of a nation’s economy.
Montreal and the lower course of the St. Lawrence Seaway are located in the Canadian province of _
The Capital of Canada is:
The inhabitable zone of permanent settlement of a country is known as its:
The two European powers that fought over control of the area that became Canada were the:
French and British
A regional state is:
a natural economic zone
The North American Free Trade Agreement:
Includes the United States, Canada, and Mexico
Which statement below best defines the North American Core? It:
encompasses a great rectangle from Boston to Washington to St.
Louis to Milwaukee and includes southernmost Ontario
Canada’s large cluster of Francophones in New Brunswick are known as:
Which states is located in the U.S. Wheat Belt?
The region with the greatest disparity in income between rich and poor is:
The Southwest is a tricultural region comprised of:
Native Americans, Hispanics, and Angelos
Which of the following is one of the world’s most productive post-industrial complexes?
Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio
The fastest growing metropolitan area in the US is:
The North American region which is the largest and least densely settled is the:
The North American region in which First Nations has the greatest interest is:
Much of the growth in the Pacific Hinge occurred:
The most important factor in the growth of the Pacific Northwest has been:
cheap hydroelectric power
More than 75% of North Americans live in urban areas
The rain shadow effect has its greatest influence of the climate of San Diego
A technopole is an urban area that emphasizes traditional industry
Like the US, Canada is a federal state
New England feels a great cultural and economic affinity with the Atlantic Provinces of Canada
The cost of doing business in New England is higher than in the South or the Southwest
The population of the Continental Interior has increasing numbers of elderly persons.
The Telecom corridor is a technopole in the dallas-fort worth area
The Northern Frontier is the largest region in North America
The growing interconnectedness of people and places through converging processes of economic, political, and cultural change is:
Which of the following processes are part of the process of globalization?
political, economic, and cultural changes
Which of the following may be affected by globalization?
social development, natural resources, cultural patterns, political arrangements may all be affected
Which of the following is part of the criminal element of globalization?
terrorism, drugs, porn, and prostitution
which of the following is the best example of n economic aspect of globalization?
Ohio Arts Company moves the manufacture of “Etch a Sketch” to China
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of our increasing globalized world?
Proliferation of local folk cultures
Which are some of the problems that come with global consumer culture?
Development of serious social tensions between traditional; cultures and new globalizing influences, change and even corruption of traditional diets, Erosion of local diversity
Which of the following is NOT an example of global consumer culture?
Russian Nesting dolls
The blending of pop culture with local cultural traditional is:
Which of the following is NOT an example of globalization?
Tariffs imposed on automobiles
Which of the following statements is true?
Rainfall is least dependable in the drier portions of the world
The island of the Caribbean Sea belong to which of the following realms:
Which statement below best characterizes the concept of culture?
Learned patterns of thought and behavior characteristics of a population or society
All regions have all of the following except:
Wegener’s super continent is known as:
Water covers about _ % of the Earth’s surface.
One of the major drug financing center for the global drug trade in located in:
The active promotion of one cultural system at the expense of another is cultural nationalism
a major argument in favor of globalization is that policies of globalization decreases the differences between rich and poor in the world.
An argument in favor of globalization is that the removal of the trade barriers will cause inefficient local industries to become more efficient, and more able to compete internationally
The impacts of globalization, often through global TV, are everywhere, even in remote villiages in developing countries
the world population has profited from economic globalization and all world regions have shared equally in benefits
An essential dimension of globalization is that it is little hindered by territorial, national, or jurisdictional restrictions
Every continent with the exception of Europe has deserts.
Mountain ranges formed barriers to movement and obstructed the spread of agricultural and technical innovations
A narrow strip of land connecting two larger land bodies is known as:
As a group,the islands Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico are known as:
The greater antilles
Which of the following countries is located in the cultural hearth known as Mesoamerica?
Mestizos are persons who are of mixed _ heritage
European and Ameridian
The current population of Mexico now exceeds _ million
Transculturation is most closely associated with the shaping of cultural traits in:
a maquiladora is:
a foreign owned factory in northern Mexico and Colombia
Central America, as defined by geographers, is
a region within Middle America between Mexico and Colombia
Which of the following countries does not have a common border with Guatemala?
Which of the following countries was formerly known as British Honduras?
Central America’s poorest country is:
The Panama Canal opened in
A person of mixed white-black ancestry is a
What percentage of the Caribbean population live in cities
Which island is associated with Fidel Castro?
Which island is the Caribbean’s leading bauxite producer?
An island with a large percentage of South Asian population is
Mexico, Nicaragua, and Panama are all located within the land bridge portion of the Middle American realm
During their period of colonial domination, the Spanish forced much of Mexico’s Amerindian population to relocate to urban settlements
The hacienda of the Mainland is essentially similar to the plantation of the Rimland
Except for French Guiana, there is no remaining European dependency in the Caribbean
The Yucatan Peninsula protrudes in the Pacific Ocean
Central America’s population exhibits higher densities in its Pacific coast lands than along its Caribbean shore
El Salvador’s population is overwhelmingly located in the tierra caliente zone
Costa Ric is Latin America’s oldest democracy
Due to an argument reached between the US and Panama in 1977, there is no American presence in the Canal Zone
Since 1950, over 80% of central America’s forest have been decimated
A “common language”
A person of mixed heritage
Communally owned farms with land parcels being assigned to each member for cultivation
Overseas departments of France
Guadeloupe and Martinique
In South America, the richest 20% of the population control _of the wealth
An Altiplano is:
a plain high in the Andes
Almost _ percent of the South Americans live in urban areas
In the Latin American city model, the elite residential sector contains the:
The dis amenity sector of the economy includes:
poor areas known as barriors or favelas
The rings of the slums surrounding South America’s large cities are known as
The informal sector of the economy includes
seller of homemade goods
Colombia’s coffee growing region areas are most often associated with the
tierra templada climate zone
Venezuela and Colombia as compared with the Guianas have
been more successful in replacing the plantation economy
the south american country that contains the northern end of the andes is
the major river of Venezuela’s iron rich eastern region is the
the country of guyana
was formerly a british colony before independence in 1966
Unlike Peru’s coast, Ecuador’s coast is
fertile tropical plains
which if the following is landlocked?
Argentina’s major city is
The capitol of Brazil is
A growth pole is
a location where a set of industries, given a start, will grow, setting off ripples of development in a surrounding area
The slums and poverty-stricken neighborhoods of the Lain American city occupy the outer urban ring as well as certain sectors leading toward the city center.
Guyana and Suriname have substantial Asian Indian population sectors
Ecuador is the poorest country in South America
Paraguay is South America’s only landlocked country
High elevation plateau, basin or valley between even higher mountain ranges
Take over of Indian lands
Relatively unchanging slums found in the “dis-amenity sector” around many Latin American cities
French speaking ethnic majority of French Guiana, of mixed African, Asian, and European ancestry
Name given to the savanna-like grasslands of the Orinoco River’s wide basin
Mouth of Amazon
End of “Gold Trail”
rio de janeiro
Rubber boom town
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