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City College of San Francisco- Division of Earth Sciences

Geography 4

Spring 2002 - Forsberg

STUDY GUIDE for the FINAL EXAM

Week TWELVE - Middle East & North Africa - water resources

Key Terms: desertification, fund (nonrenewable) and flow (renewable) resources, fossil fuels, watershed, river basin, ground water, nomadic pastoralism.

Study Questions:
Is oil a fund or flow resource? and water? What does the construction of dams do for agriculture? What is the relationship between water resources and population growth? What did the Sahara Desert look like 10,000 years ago? What strategies do the Tuareg use to survive in the harsh and unpredictable desert environment? Which regions of the world are expected to suffer catastrophically low supplies of water in the 21st century?


Week THIRTEEN - Colonialism and Neocolonialism in Sub-Saharan Africa

Key Terms: Mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, neocolonialism, extractive infrastructure, technology, nation, state, the division of labor, primary products, GNP/GDP, progress, development, dependency, ecological divide, export earnings, HIV/AIDS.

Study Questions:
What are the main differences between mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, and neocolonialism? Why was Africa's political independence from colonialism not accompanied by technological and economic independence? What is the relationship between nation and state in modern Africa, and how has this affected the continent's development? Why are poor tropical countries incapable of securing an adequate level of nutrition? How is the impact of AIDS like a war? What does it mean to develop?What are GNP/GDP and what do they show about a country's development? What do they NOT show? Developing countries have work forces engaged for the most part in which sector of the economy?

 


Week FOURTEEN - Globalization and economic development.

Key Terms: core and periphery, economic development, globalization, sovereignty, borders, WTO, bioinvasion, outbreak, quarantine, zoonotic.

Study Questions:
Compare the characteristics of a core and a periphery and then describe the relationship between them. What are the economic and political significance of national borders? How have Singapore and Hong Kong affected the regions around them? In a world of emerging region states, what will be the role of the national government? What are the effec Geography 4 Spring 2002 - Forsberg STUDY GUIDE for the FINAL EXAM

City College of San Francisco- Division of Earth Sciences

Geography 4

Spring 2002 - Forsberg

STUDY GUIDE for the FINAL EXAM

Week TWELVE - Middle East & North Africa - water resources

Key Terms: desertification, fund (nonrenewable) and flow (renewable) resources, fossil fuels, watershed, river basin, ground water, nomadic pastoralism.

Study Questions:
Is oil a fund or flow resource? and water? What does the construction of dams do for agriculture? What is the relationship between water resources and population growth? What did the Sahara Desert look like 10,000 years ago? What strategies do the Tuareg use to survive in the harsh and unpredictable desert environment? Which regions of the world are expected to suffer catastrophically low supplies of water in the 21st century?


Week THIRTEEN - Colonialism and Neocolonialism in Sub-Saharan Africa

Key Terms: Mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, neocolonialism, extractive infrastructure, technology, nation, state, the division of labor, primary products, GNP/GDP, progress, development, dependency, ecological divide, export earnings, HIV/AIDS.

Study Questions:
What are the main differences between mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, and neocolonialism? Why was Africa's political independence from colonialism not accompanied by technological and economic independence? What is the relationship between nation and state in modern Africa, and how has this affected the continent's development? Why are poor tropical countries incapable of securing an adequate level of nutrition? How is the impact of AIDS like a war? What does it mean to develop?What are GNP/GDP and what do they show about a country's development? What do they NOT show? Developing countries have work forces engaged for the most part in which sector of the economy?

 


Week FOURTEEN - Globalization and economic development.

Key Terms: core and periphery, economic development, globalization, sovereignty, borders, WTO, bioinvasion, outbreak, quarantine, zoonotic.

Study Questions:
Compare the characteristics of a core and a periphery and then describe the relationship between them. What are the economic and political significance of national borders? How have Singapore and Hong Kong affected the regions around them? In a world of emerging region states, what will be the role of the national government? What are the effec Geography 4 Spring 2002 - Forsberg STUDY GUIDE for the FINAL EXAM

City College of San Francisco- Division of Earth Sciences

Geography 4

Spring 2002 - Forsberg

STUDY GUIDE for the FINAL EXAM

Week TWELVE - Middle East & North Africa - water resources

Key Terms: desertification, fund (nonrenewable) and flow (renewable) resources, fossil fuels, watershed, river basin, ground water, nomadic pastoralism.

Study Questions:
Is oil a fund or flow resource? and water? What does the construction of dams do for agriculture? What is the relationship between water resources and population growth? What did the Sahara Desert look like 10,000 years ago? What strategies do the Tuareg use to survive in the harsh and unpredictable desert environment? Which regions of the world are expected to suffer catastrophically low supplies of water in the 21st century?


Week THIRTEEN - Colonialism and Neocolonialism in Sub-Saharan Africa

Key Terms: Mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, neocolonialism, extractive infrastructure, technology, nation, state, the division of labor, primary products, GNP/GDP, progress, development, dependency, ecological divide, export earnings, HIV/AIDS.

Study Questions:
What are the main differences between mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, and neocolonialism? Why was Africa's political independence from colonialism not accompanied by technological and economic independence? What is the relationship between nation and state in modern Africa, and how has this affected the continent's development? Why are poor tropical countries incapable of securing an adequate level of nutrition? How is the impact of AIDS like a war? What does it mean to develop?What are GNP/GDP and what do they show about a country's development? What do they NOT show? Developing countries have work forces engaged for the most part in which sector of the economy?

 


Week FOURTEEN - Globalization and economic development.

Key Terms: core and periphery, economic development, globalization, sovereignty, borders, WTO, bioinvasion, outbreak, quarantine, zoonotic.

Study Questions:
Compare the characteristics of a core and a periphery and then describe the relationship between them. What are the economic and political significance of national borders? How have Singapore and Hong Kong affected the regions around them? In a world of emerging region states, what will be the role of the national government? What are the effec Geography 4 Spring 2002 - Forsberg STUDY GUIDE for the FINAL EXAM

City College of San Francisco- Division of Earth Sciences

Geography 4

Spring 2002 - Forsberg

STUDY GUIDE for the FINAL EXAM

Week TWELVE - Middle East & North Africa - water resources

Key Terms: desertification, fund (nonrenewable) and flow (renewable) resources, fossil fuels, watershed, river basin, ground water, nomadic pastoralism.

Study Questions:
Is oil a fund or flow resource? and water? What does the construction of dams do for agriculture? What is the relationship between water resources and population growth? What did the Sahara Desert look like 10,000 years ago? What strategies do the Tuareg use to survive in the harsh and unpredictable desert environment? Which regions of the world are expected to suffer catastrophically low supplies of water in the 21st century?


Week THIRTEEN - Colonialism and Neocolonialism in Sub-Saharan Africa

Key Terms: Mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, neocolonialism, extractive infrastructure, technology, nation, state, the division of labor, primary products, GNP/GDP, progress, development, dependency, ecological divide, export earnings, HIV/AIDS.

Study Questions:
What are the main differences between mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, and neocolonialism? Why was Africa's political independence from colonialism not accompanied by technological and economic independence? What is the relationship between nation and state in modern Africa, and how has this affected the continent's development? Why are poor tropical countries incapable of securing an adequate level of nutrition? How is the impact of AIDS like a war? What does it mean to develop?What are GNP/GDP and what do they show about a country's development? What do they NOT show? Developing countries have work forces engaged for the most part in which sector of the economy?

 


Week FOURTEEN - Globalization and economic development.

Key Terms: core and periphery, economic development, globalization, sovereignty, borders, WTO, bioinvasion, outbreak, quarantine, zoonotic.

Study Questions:
Compare the characteristics of a core and a periphery and then describe the relationship between them. What are the economic and political significance of national borders? How have Singapore and Hong Kong affected the regions around them? In a world of emerging region states, what will be the role of the national government? What are the effec Geography 4 Spring 2002 - Forsberg STUDY GUIDE for the FINAL EXAM

City College of San Francisco- Division of Earth Sciences

Geography 4

Spring 2002 - Forsberg

STUDY GUIDE for the FINAL EXAM

Week TWELVE - Middle East & North Africa - water resources

Key Terms: desertification, fund (nonrenewable) and flow (renewable) resources, fossil fuels, watershed, river basin, ground water, nomadic pastoralism.

Study Questions:
Is oil a fund or flow resource? and water? What does the construction of dams do for agriculture? What is the relationship between water resources and population growth? What did the Sahara Desert look like 10,000 years ago? What strategies do the Tuareg use to survive in the harsh and unpredictable desert environment? Which regions of the world are expected to suffer catastrophically low supplies of water in the 21st century?


Week THIRTEEN - Colonialism and Neocolonialism in Sub-Saharan Africa

Key Terms: Mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, neocolonialism, extractive infrastructure, technology, nation, state, the division of labor, primary products, GNP/GDP, progress, development, dependency, ecological divide, export earnings, HIV/AIDS.

Study Questions:
What are the main differences between mercantile colonialism, industrial colonialism, and neocolonialism? Why was Africa's political independence from colonialism not accompanied by technological and economic independence? What is the relationship between nation and state in modern Africa, and how has this affected the continent's development? Why are poor tropical countries incapable of securing an adequate level of nutrition? How is the impact of AIDS like a war? What does it mean to develop?What are GNP/GDP and what do they show about a country's development? What do they NOT show? Developing countries have work forces engaged for the most part in which sector of the economy?

 


Week FOURTEEN - Globalization and economic development.

Key Terms: core and periphery, economic development, globalization, sovereignty, borders, WTO, bioinvasion, outbreak, quarantine, zoonotic.

Study Questions:
Compare the characteristics of a core and a periphery and then describe the relationship between them. What are the economic and political significance of national borders? How have Singapore and Hong Kong affected the regions around them? In a world of emerging region states, what will be the role of the national government? What are the effec