GEOGRAPHY 110

MAPS


CATAGORIES

Understanding Maps

Map Scale Models: Note Representative Fraction of Each Map (Source: Goode's World Atlas, 20th ed.)

The Geographic Grid as Represented by the System of Longitude and Latitude (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Meridians of Longitude (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Projection models (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Angle of the Sun (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Latitudinal Geographic Zones (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Climatic Regions of the Earth (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Orographic Precipitation (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Plate Tectonics and Mountain Building (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Population Density and Distribution (note the use of color and/or shading to represent difference)

Travel Time

Building Damage in Lower Manhattan, 9/11/01

Pre-Industrial Settlement

Culture Hearths of early (BCE) plant and animal domestication (Source: Dr. Fusch)

The Middle East and North Africa (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Climatic Regions of the Middle East and North Africa (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

The Fertile Crescent (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Culture Hearths of Some Major Language Families

Culture Hearths of the World's Three Major Universalizing Religions

Culture Hearths of the Old World and the Americas (BCE) (Source: Dr. Fusch)

Core Regions, Peripheral Regions, World Population Dynamics and Globalization

The Demographic Transition Model (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Long Term World Population Growth

The World in 1714

Colonial Rule in 1914 (Source: Rowntree, et. al., p. 24)

World Political Map

World Rates of Natural Increase

World Fertility Rates

World Infant Mortality

World Life Expectancy

World Illiteracy Rates

World GNP

World GNP per Capita

World Population Distribution and Density (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

Core, semi-peripheral and peripheral regions (Source: Knox and Agnew: The Geography of The World Economy, 2002)

World Culture Regions, 2000 (Source: Marston, Knox and Liverman:  World Regions in Global Context, 2002)

The United states as Culture Region

American Culture Hearths and Routes of Diffusion

The United States Public Land Survey System

Clearing the forests

19th Century Settlement Pattern, Wisconsin (note the rectalinear geometry of settlement and the single-family farmstead: a result of the USPLS)

American Values regarding landscape development

Largest Cities in the U.S., 1800

Largest Cities in the U.S., 1900

The Continental Core Region, 1990 (note the development of this region is a product of intensive American urbanization, 1880-1920)

The shape of the city, 1880

European Immigrant urban landscape, N.Y., ca. 1900

Street Car Suburb, Scranton, P.A., 1952

The "shape" of the city, 1990

The Inner City, 2005

The Outer City, 2005

Europe as Culture Region

Western Europe vs. Eastern Europe

Mediterranean Europe vs. Northern Europe

Important themes in the making of the modern European Cultural Landscape

The Classical Greek

Classical Rome: The Pantheon

The Mediterranean Agricultural System: modern Crete

Remnant Medieval Agricultural Landscape: Galicia, northern Spain

The role of the Church: St. Stefano, Bologna

The Duomo (Cathedral) of Florence

The Landed Gentry: San Paolo in Cavalieri, Italy

Europeanization of the World

The Monumental City: St. Peters, Rome

The Monumental City: St. Paul's, London

The impact of the European Monumental City: Washington, D.C.

The Industrialization of Europe: Hearth, diffusion and core (the Golden Triangle)

The Industrial Revolution: Welcome to the "Smoke"

Working Class Housing, Manchester

The European Union