Relative Population :
Absolute Population :( Relative Population :, Absolute Population : ) The number of inhabitants per square km.
Relative Population :
Absolute Population :( Relative Population :, Absolute Population : ) The total population of a place.
Natural components are those relating to nature, among which can be found those of a physical nature such as topography, climate, water, soil, and subsoil, and those of a mathematical nature like the study of earthquakes.
Is there something wrong with this statement?
There is nothing wrong with this statement.
The natural components do not include things like the study of earthquakes.
Yoda says yes, and I believe him.
The place is the smallest unit of analysis of the geographical space; it refers to a general and non-specific place.
Explain what is environment.
The result of nature without human interaction.
The result of human interaction between nature and society.
Which 2 types of landscapes are there?
Urban and rural ones
Natural and cultural ones
City and camp
Narnia and Earth
The is a continuous extension of Earth's surface that has homogeneous and unique characteristics.
The refers to a geographically limited space from a cultural, historic and political point of view.
Abiotic refers to the living organisms or systems of organisms, whereas biotic refers to non-living factors in the environment, and anthropic refers to something produced by man.
What can determine a climate?
Demography and employment
Humidity and temperature
The sleepy you are.
The _________ on a map is the relationship between the real dimensions of the surface that is being represented and its proportion on the map.
What does 1:100 mean
That the measurement in the map is 100 times smaller than the real representation.
That the measurement in the map is 100 times bigger than the real representation.
That the real representation is 100 bigger than the map.
It wasn't until the Renaissance that the first maps appeared with perpendicular traced lines called parallels or lines of latitude and meridians.
What are the main lines in a map called?
Median and parallel
Meridians and parallels
Main lines and secondary line
Red line and Grand line
Fill in the Blanks
How many time zones are there?
As many as I want them to be
created a map where the distance of parallels shortens as it approaches the poles, making it possible to follow exact paths.
brought to the world a projection of a unique map where every projected straight line is loxodromic, making direction accurate and real.
created a pseudo-cylindrical projection, in which the projection doesn't have any distortion.