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[Geography Board Game Project]
Unit One Questions:
A) Communicates geographical concepts (density, climate, etc.)
B) Shows the outlines of selected natural and man-made features
The first known maps showed the _____________________.
In ____, ______ ______ suggested the Continental Drift theory to be the explanation behind the movement and position of the Earth's continents.
A) 1920, Alfred Wegener
B) 1920, Alfred Russel Wallace
C) 1915, Alfred Wegener
D) 1915, Alfred Russel Wallace
The idea of Plate Tectonics was developed between ____ and ____.
1960 and 1970
The Plates are constantly ______ at about __-__ centimeters a year.
There are three types of Plate boundaries, they are:
A) Convergent, Divergent, Transform
B) Convergent, Faulting, Transform
C) Folding, Faulting, Transform
D) Divergent, Faulting, Folding
Where in the world is it possible to, geologically speaking, have one foot in America and the other in Europe?
A) Jan Mayen
B) Faroe Islands
What landform region is NOT partly located in Yukon Territory?
A) Western Cordillera
B) Innuitian Mountains
C) Interior Plains
D) Arctic and Hudson Bay Lowlands
Something that would NOT be an example of a feature caused by erosion would be:
B) Misfit Streams
D) Till Plains
Contour Lines never ______.