Demographic Transition Five shapes of states – prorupt, elongated, compact, fragmented, perforated

Define and explain, using at least 5 on-task bullet notes for each. Perceptual of vernacular regions Map projections Age sex pyramid Continental drift Tsunami The Coriolis Effect Air masses The greenhouse effect Dryland Climates Demographic Transition Five shapes of states – prorupt, elongated, compact, fragmented, perforated Birth rates Acculturation Boundaries as sources of conflict Devolution European Union Centripetal forces in state cohesion Ethnicity and ethnic diversity Koppen climate classification Remote sensing

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