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  1. Jeopardy

  2. Proceed to Double Jeopardy Jeopardy Proceed to Final Jeopardy

  3. Return to Jeopardy DoubleJeopardy Proceed to Final Jeopardy

  4. Rio de Janeiro is located on what special line of latitude? A Tropic of Capricorn, 23.5° North B Tropic of Cancer, 23.5° South C Tropic of Capricorn, 66.5° South D Tropic of Capricorn, 23.5° South

  5. Rio de Janeiro is located on what special line of latitude? A Tropic of Capricorn, 23.5° North B Tropic of Cancer, 23.5° South C Tropic of Capricorn, 66.5° South D Tropic of Capricorn, 23.5° South

  6. Moscow’s latitude of _____ is one factor determining its __________ climate type. A 55.7° south, Subarctic B 60°north, Mediterranean C 55.7°north, Humid continental D 55.7°north, Highlands

  7. Moscow’s latitude of _____ is one factor determining its __________ climate type. A 55.7° south, Subarctic B 60°north, Mediterranean C 55.7°north, Humid continental D 55.7°north, Highlands

  8. If it is 9:30 AM in Rio de Janeiro, it is ______ in Sydney, Australia. A 10:30 AM B 11:30 PM C 10:30 PM D 9:30 PM

  9. If it is 9:30 AM in Rio de Janeiro, it is ______ in Sydney, Australia. A 10:30 AM B 11:30 PM C 10:30 PM D 9:30 PM

  10. Most of Africa lies in the _____ latitude belts. Therefore, some climate types in Africa include ___________________________________. A middle; humid continental, marine west coast, and tropical wet and dry B low; highlands, tundra, and Mediterranean C high; tropical wet and dry, tropical wet, and semiarid D low; tropical wet and dry, tropical wet, and arid

  11. Most of Africa lies in the _____ latitude belts. Therefore, some climate types in Africa include ___________________________________. A middle; humid continental, marine west coast, and tropical wet and dry B low; highlands, tundra, and Mediterranean C high; tropical wet and dry, tropical wet, and semiarid D low; tropical wet and dry, tropical wet, and arid

  12. The cave above was caused by which force? • A Running water erosion • B Waves erosion • C Physical weathering due to freeze and thaw cycle • D Chemical weathering due to carbonic acids

  13. The cave above was caused by which force? • A Running water erosion • B Waves erosion • C Physical weathering due to freeze and thaw cycle • D Chemical weathering due to carbonic acids

  14. Which of the following explains why the further to the northwest of the Hawaiian island chain you go the older the rock is. • A The Hawaiian hot spot has migrated east. • B The Pacific plate is moving to the northwest. • C Hawaii is along a divergent fault that causes volcanoes to erupt erratically. • D Wave erosion has caused the softer rock of the northern islands to erode more quickly.

  15. Which of the following explains why the further to the northwest of the Hawaiian island chain you go the older the rock is. • A The Hawaiian hot spot has migrated east. • B The Pacific plate is moving to the northwest. • C Hawaii is along a divergent fault that causes volcanoes to erupt erratically. • D Wave erosion has caused the softer rock of the northern islands to erode more quickly.

  16. How can technology allow for people to be safer from tectonic activity? • A Steel reinforced concrete can lead to safer buildings. • B Seismographs and tsunami beacons can give advanced warning of possible tsunamis. • C GPS information collected of recent earthquake helps in research on how earthquakes work. • D All of the above

  17. How can technology allow for people to be safer from tectonic activity? • A Steel reinforced concrete can lead to safer buildings. • B Seismographs and tsunami beacons can give advanced warning of possible tsunamis. • C GPS information collected of recent earthquake helps in research on how earthquakes work. • DAll of the above

  18. Trenches are formed - A by divergent faults B convergent collision faults C convergent subductionfaults D transform faults

  19. Trenches are formed - A by divergent faults B convergent collision faults C convergent subductionfaults D transform faults

  20. What is a modification that could be used to control wave erosion of beaches shown in the image above? • A Levees • B Jetties • C Dams • D Sea walls

  21. What is a modification that could be used to control wave erosion of beaches shown in the image above? • A Levees • B Jetties • C Dams • D Sea walls

  22. Which of the following is the primary cause of limited economic activity in southeastern California? A Overgrazing of livestock destroyed the arability of the land. B Ocean currents and storms impact the climate of the region—making it difficult to support a variety of industrial development. C Continentality produces extremely cold temperatures which will not support agricultural development. D Extreme temperatures and aridity due to the rain-shadow effect make it difficult to live and work in the region.

  23. Which of the following is the primary cause of limited economic activity in southeastern California? A Overgrazing of livestock destroyed the arability of the land. B Ocean currents and storms impact the climate of the region—making it difficult to support a variety of industrial development. C Continentality produces extremely cold temperatures which will not support agricultural development. D Extreme temperatures and aridity due to the rain-shadow effect make it difficult to live and work in the region.

  24. Developing countries often feel especially vulnerable to climate change because – A many are close to the Arctic, where the temperature rise has been greatest. B they lack resources to handle droughts and other severe-weather events. C they do not use gasoline but must deal with the consequences of other nations’ emissions. D they lag far behind the U.S. in trying to combat the problem.

  25. Less developed countries often feel especially vulnerable to climate change because – A many are close to the Arctic, where the temperature rise has been greatest. Bthey lack resources to handle droughts and other severe-weather events. C they do not use gasoline but must deal with the consequences of other nations’ emissions. D they lag far behind the U.S. in trying to combat the problem.

  26. El Niño is described as a warm ocean current that flows off the west coast of South America every few years. An El Niño event changes weather patterns around the world. It may also cause extreme weather in some regions. According to the map and excerpt above, El Niño usually causes the following significant changes in weather – A the weather on the Pacific coasts of North and South America gets colder and drier B during dry spells, severe forest fires sometimes occur in western Africa C the west coasts of North and South America experience weather that is warmer than usual D flooding is common in India

  27. El Niño is described as a warm ocean current that flows off the west coast of South America every few years. An El Niño event changes weather patterns around the world. It may also cause extreme weather in some regions. According to the map and excerpt above, El Niño usually causes the following significant changes in weather – A the weather on the Pacific coasts of North and South America gets colder and drier B during dry spells, severe forest fires sometimes occur in western Africa C the west coasts of North and South America experience weather that is warmer than usual D flooding is common in India

  28. The Himalayas have the following impact on climate – A they let in dry Arctic winds from the north and cause flooding in the south B they keep South Asia warmer than corresponding temperate regions in the other continents C they create deserts in Japan and block Arctic winds from reaching India creating a humid continental climate type in India D they create tropical climate types directly to the north

  29. The Himalayas have the following impact on climate – A they let in dry Arctic winds from the north and cause flooding in the south B they keep South Asia warmer than corresponding temperate regions in the other continents C they create deserts in Japan and block Arctic winds from reaching India creating a humid continental climate type in India D they create tropical climate types directly to the north

  30. The split of the Eastern Orthodox church from the Roman Catholic church is an example of – A Cultural Convergence B Cultural Divergence C Assimilation D Acculturation

  31. The split of the Eastern Orthodox church from the Roman Catholic church is an example of – A Cultural Convergence B Cultural Divergence C Assimilation D Acculturation

  32. Why does cultural convergence occur more often today? A Isolation of cultures due to large distances B Decreasing numbers of ethnic groups C Advancements in technologies allowing for quicker diffusion of cultural traits D Increase in the amount of democratic countries in the world

  33. Why does cultural convergence occur more often today? A Isolation of cultures due to large distances B Decreasing numbers of ethnic groups C Advancements in technologies allowing for quicker diffusion of cultural traits D Increase in the amount of democratic countries in the world

  34. The picture shows a yurt, which is a traditional form of shelter used by nomadic Mongolian livestock herders. The satellite dish in the picture represents which of the following? • Satellite Nation • Distance decay • Cultural Hearth • Acculturation

  35. The picture shows a yurt, which is a traditional form of shelter used by nomadic Mongolian livestock herders. The satellite dish in the picture represents which of the following? • Satellite Nation • Distance decay • Cultural Hearth • Acculturation

  36. Islam spread from its origin on the Arabian Peninsula to Egypt and North Africa, and then into West Africa. The Arabian Peninsula is an example of – A acculturation. B a cultural trait. C diffusion. D a cultural hearth.

  37. Islam spread from its origin on the Arabian Peninsula to Egypt and North Africa, and then into West Africa. The Arabian Peninsula is an example of – A acculturation. B a cultural trait. C diffusion. D a cultural hearth.

  38. One of the primary languages spoken in India is English. This is a result of – A the colonization of India by the United States. B English being the main language of Hinduism. C the colonization of India by Great Britain. D ongoing trade with the United States.

  39. One of the primary languages spoken in India is English. This is a result of – A the colonization of India by the United States. B English being the main language of Hinduism. C the colonization of India by Great Britain. D ongoing trade with the United States.

  40. Which of these has been a main cause of the increase in world population? A. Death rates are increasing worldwide B. Advanced medicine is keeping people alive who grow up to have children of their own C. Literacy rates are increasing worldwide resulting in more human laborers leading to a more industrialized world D. Birth rates are decreasing worldwide

  41. Which of these has been a main cause of the increase in world population? A. Death rates are increasing worldwide B. Advanced medicine is keeping people alive who grow up to have children of their own C. Literacy rates are increasing worldwide resulting in more human laborers leading to a more industrialized world D. Birth rates are decreasing worldwide

  42. The Demographic Transition displays – • A the stages a culture goes through during acculturation • B the stages a nation goes through as its political system becomes democratic • C the stages of population growth a country goes through as it progresses into a more developed country • D the stages a population goes through as birth control becomes used less frequently

  43. The Demographic Transition displays – • A the stages a culture goes through during acculturation • B the stages a nation goes through as its political system becomes democratic • C the stages of population growth a country goes through as it progresses into a more developed country • D the stages a population goes through as birth control becomes used less frequently

  44. Cuban citizens that left during the Cuban Exile searching for political freedom are considered – • A involuntary migrants • B forced migrants • C push factors • D refugees

  45. Cuban citizens that left during the Cuban Exile searching for political freedom are considered – • A involuntary migrants • B forced migrants • C push factors • Drefugees