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Instructions for Playing Jeopardy. Click on the question that you want to attempt, example $100 Read the question and click on the correct answer to advance To return to the main playing board for another question, click on the blue box in the right had corner of the answer screen.
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Instructions for Playing Jeopardy
  • Click on the question that you want to attempt, example $100
  • Read the question and click on the correct answer to advance
  • To return to the main playing board
  • for another question, click on the blue box in the right had corner of the answer screen.
  • To advance to Double Jeopardy click
  • Press page down to begin playing the game
  • Instructions for Playing Jeopardy
  • Be mindful of the cords for the buzzers
  • Get into 4 groups
  • Treat the buzzers with respect, they are old
  • Alec Trebeck and scorekeeper are the judges and their decisions are final
  • Density,Distribution& ScaleConsequences of Density& DistributionPatternsofCompositionNatural HazardsHistoricalTrendsGrowthTheoriesDensity,Distribution& ScaleConsequences of Density& DistributionPatternsofCompositionNatural HazardsHistoricalTrendsGrowthTheories$100$100$100$100$100$100$200$200$200$200$200$200$300$300$300$300$300$300$400$400$400$400$400$400$500$500$500$500$500$500The arithmetic density of population for a country is determined by dividing the totalpopulation by the number of farmers. area of square miles by 5area of the country by the populationpopulation by the total areapopulation by the total areaThe problem with using arithmetic population density to investigate the population pattern of a country is that such a density figure does not take into considerationannual population increasesannexation of new territoryinternal clustering of people within the countrythe amount of food availableinternal clustering of people within the countryThe number of people per unit area of agriculturally productive land is theaverage densityphysiologic density total densityagricultural densityphysiologic density DailyDouble!!Switzerland’s physiologic density is ____ as/than its arithmetic densityless10 times greater 1.7 times greaterthe same 10 times greater Associated with the East Asian population cluster are ribbon-like extensions of dense population penetrating the interior. These extensions representvolcanic areas of good soilbasins and lowlands of China’s major riversareas where the Chinese Government has forced people to settlenarrow regions of favorable climatebasins and lowlands of China’s major riversOver large parts of Bangladesh the rural population density is between _____ people per square mile.1000 and 2000 2000 and 3000 3000 and 50005000 and 80003000 and 5000The major focus of North America’s population isthe Megalopolis regionChicagoCaliforniathe Souththe Megalopolis regionToday, world population doubling time is300 years decreasingten yearsincreasing (i.e. taking longer to double) increasing (i.e. taking longer to double) At the present rate of births and deaths in the world, we are adding about _____ million inhabitants every year.80502501080Most of the countries with low population growth rates are also among the wealthiest. An exception to this would be France SpainItalyRussiaRussiaA population pyramid with a wide base and narrow top is indicative ofdeveloped countriescountries in Stage IV of the demographic transitiondeveloping countrieslow infant mortalitydeveloping countriesA developed country that has reached a stage where the population is most stable will develop a population pyramid that is __________.rectangular shaped bell shaped pear shaped cone shapedrectangular shaped Countries with aging populations attempt to stimulate economic growth to lessen the effect of rising medical and retirement costs bycutting social securitypromoting immigrationencouraging increased birth ratepromoting emigration of the elderlypromoting immigrationNot all countries with aging populations resort to immigration to offset economic problems. An example is:JapanGermanythe United States NorwayJapanWhich of the following characteristics of a national population is NOT evident from its population pyramid? sex structuredependency ratioage structureinfant mortality ratioinfant mortality ratioThe highest birth rates in the world often coincide with which climate type?
  • Tundra
  • Tropical
  • Mediterranean
  • Humid Continental
  • Humid Continental Why do major urban areas tend to be more hazardous than rural areas when it comes to natural disasters? Societies tend to build near water.Buildings are closer together.Homeless people live in cities.There are more people in cities.There are more people in cities.How does poverty increase the risks associated with natural hazards? inadequate sheltersno running water no insurancelack of transportationinadequate sheltersno running water no insurancelack of transportationWhich month is most vulnerable to tropical storm/hurricane activity? MarchAugustJuneNovemberAugustWhere do the majority of Atlantic hurricanes originate?the Caribbeanthe Gulf of Mexicothe Bahamasthe coast of Africathe coast of AfricaDuring the last decade of the 20th century, world population increased each year by about   34 million64 million85 million124 million85 millionThe world's population is currently growing by about 90 million per year; the bulk of this growth is occuring in:
  • poorer countries
  • countries north of the equator
  • countries south of the equator
  • richer countries
  • poorer countries All of the following are included among the world's largest population concentrations except:
  • Europe
  • South AsiaEast Asia Central AmericaCentral AmericaOne check to rapid population increase formerly available to European countries but not a possibility in today's developing societies was industrialization infanticidecontraceptionmass migrationmass migrationDailyDouble!!Zero population growth (ZPG) is achieved when births and deaths are equalresults when immigration matches emigrationalways results in an increasingly elderly populationassures the lowest total costs of social programsalways results in an increasingly elderly populationThe first stage of the demographic transition is marked by high birth rates, low and stable death ratesdeclining birth rates, continuing high death rateshigh birth rates, high but fluctuating death rateshigh birth rates, declining death rateshigh birth rates, high but fluctuating death ratesThe theory of the demographic transition holds that death rates increase but birth rates decrease with urbanizationbirth rates increase but death rates decrease with urbanizationboth birth and death rates increase with urbanization.both birth and death rates decrease with urbanization.both birth and death rates decrease with urbanization.The Malthusian theory is based on which of the following assumptions? As urbanization occurs, the rate of population growth decreasesPopulation tends to increase more rapidly than do the food supplies to support that populationFood production increases geometrically, while population grows arithmeticallyGrowth in productive capacity generally exceeds population increasesPopulation tends to increase more rapidly than do the food supplies to support that populationFood production, contrary to the predictions of Malthus, has grown exponentially because of a number of factors. Which one of the following is not one of these factors?expanded agricultural acreage improved strains of seeds fertilizer applicationan increase in the number of farmersan increase in the number of farmersThe demographic transition is represented by which two stages
  • high stationary and early expanding
  • high stationary and late expanding
  • early expanding and late expanding
  • low stationary and high stationary
  • early expanding and late expanding DoubleJeopardy!!PatternsRegionalVariationsEffects ofPopulationPoliciesPush and PullInvoluntaryandVoluntaryMigrationShortTermMovementsPatternsRegionalVariationsEffects ofPopulationPoliciesPush and PullInvoluntaryandVoluntaryMigrationShortTermMovements$200$200$200$200$200$200$400$400$400$400$400$400$600$600$600$600$600$600$800$800$800$800$800$800$1000$1000$1000$1000$1000$1000When the average fertility rate of a population drops to the replacement level, population numbers stabilize and growth ceases.deaths begin to outnumber births.population continues to grow for a generation or more.the average age of the population steadily increasespopulation continues to grow for a generation or more.The continent with the highest total fertility rates overall is AsiaAfricaEuropeSouth AmericaAfricaSome 90% of the world's population resides on less than what percent of its land area? 10%20%30%40%20%The crude death rate for wealthy Western Europe is much higher than that for Central America because Western Europe has a higher proportion of old peoplehigher urbanization in Western Europe increases the incidence of infectious diseases.tropical areas, including Central America, generally have healthier climates than northern latitude regionsforeign aid and free medical services are widely available in Central AmericaWestern Europe has a higher proportion of old peopleGeneral worldwide declines of crude death rates do not apply to pregnancy-related deathsare balanced by corresponding reductions in crude birth ratesdo not affect the doubling time calculations for developing statesare most pronounced in Europe and other industrialized regionsdo not apply to pregnancy-related deathsPopulation projections have often been inaccurate in the past and likely will be inaccurate in the future because projections are based on assumptions about trends that may not actually happendemographers respond to political pressures to predict publicly acceptable futuresmost countries do not report population datathe Heligman principle assures that the prediction itself will alter the predicted eventprojections are based on assumptions about trends that may not actually happenRapid increases in life expectancy are characteristic of which stage of the demographic transition? FIRSTSECONDTHIRDFOURTHSECONDWhich of the following does NOT describe a characteristic of world population distribution? People congregate in lowland areas.People congregate along continental marginsThe majority of the world's population is ruralThe majority of the world's population resides in developing countries of the Southern HemisphereThe majority of the world's population resides in developing countries of the Southern HemisphereReplacement rate, the number of births needed to keep a population at a stable level without immigration, requires a total fertility of1.02.13.64.52.1The number of European countries at or above replacement level is:0510200Countries with aging populations attempt to stimulate economic growth to lessen the effect of rising medical and retirement costs bycutting social securityencouraging increased birth ratepromoting emigration of the elderlypromoting immigrationpromoting immigrationIn the 1970’s, the government of India used this method to reduce the population growth rates in certain areas of the countrytax incentives free housing for small families forced sterilization of males cash awardsforced sterilization of males In Europe the marked decline of the birth rate was the result ofrapid emigrationstabilization of food suppliesWorld Wars I and IIthe effects of Industrialization, urbanization, and general modernizationthe effects of Industrialization, urbanization, and general modernizationPopulation policies which favor the promotion of birth control among certain groups in the population (ethnic, religious, or socio-economic groups) are referred to aspopulation planningeugenicspublic healthsocialismeugenicsPopulation policy usually involves limitations on fertility levelsimmigration levelseducation levelsfertility and immigration levelsfertility and immigration levelsRavenstein, in his study of migration, suggested that there is an inverse relationship between the volume of migration and the distance between the source and destination. That is, the number of migrants _____ as the distance they know they must travel increasesincreases remains the same decreases decreases and then risesdecreases DailyDouble!!What is the model which states that spatial interaction between places (e.g. migration) is directly related to the population size and inversely related to the distance between them?gravity model distance decay model intervening opportunity modelmodel of emigration gravity model What push factor compelled more than 50,000 Asians to leave Uganda in 1972? It was too hot and crowdedFood was in short supplyUganda’s economy collapsedUgandan leader Idi Amin expelled themUgandan leader Idi Amin expelled themIn 1995, the collapse of which of the following European countries produced the largest refugee crisis in Europe since the end of World War II?YugoslaviaGreeceCzechoslovakiaTurkeyYugoslaviaClimate is a __________ factor.pushpullbothneither bothThe African slave trade is an example of:
  • voluntary migration
  • forced migration
  • counter migration
  • step migration
  • forced migrationCuban illegal immigrants who actually make it to the United States’ shores will bearrested and deportedsent to Puerto Ricoput back on their boats and sent back to seaallowed to stayallowed to stayIn the United States during the late twentieth century, internal migration streams were moving people from east to west and north to southwest to east and north to southeast to west and south to northwest to east and south to northeast to west and north to southIrish migration to North America in the mid-1800s is an example offorced migrationvoluntary migrationcyclical migrationmigration which reflects both forced and voluntary aspects of migrationmigration which reflects both forced and voluntary aspects of migrationDailyDouble!!The smallest number of slaves involved in the Atlantic slave trade was sent toBritish CaribbeanBrazilBritish North AmericaFrench CaribbeanBritish North AmericaThe type of movement that involves journeys that begin at and brings us back to our home base is calledcyclicimmigrationmigratoryperiodiccyclicCommuters in Washington, DC may travel up to _____ miles each way to work daily.51025100100Most nomadic movement takes place according to travel patterns that arevery irregular. repeated time and time again.limited to desert regions.limited to desert regions. repeated time and time again.Which of the identified types of movement creates your activity space?periodic migratory cyclic emigrationcyclic All of the following are examples of periodic movements exceptgoing to collegetranshumancecommuting to workmigrant workerscommuting to workThe EndPlay AgainOOOPSTry Again
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