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IB Geography Core Four

Mrs Haefliger's Geography Class

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2.A waste treatment technology that involves the combustion of organic materials and/or substances. Incineration and other high-temperature waste treatment systems are described as ‘thermal treatment’ (283)
8.The belief that there is a finite amount of resources and that it is inevitable that they will run out. (233)
10.The current members of this organization are Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Venezuela. This organization is responsible for unifying and coordinating petroleum exports or prices. (244,247)
11.This involves extending the life of a product beyond what was the norm in the past, or putting a product to a new use and extending its life in this way.(283)
12.The USA’s reserve supply of oil, which should last for about three months in the event of severe interruptions to imported oil. (249)
16.Where are most of the world's proven oil reserve? (243)
17.The year in which the world or an individual oil-producing country reaches its highest level of production, with production declining thereafter. (246)
20.population growth responds to substantial technological advances. (233)
23.The use of common and thus less valuable resources in place of rare, more expensive resources. An exaple is the replacement of copper by aluminium in the manufacture of a variety of products (283)
25.The force applied by a growing population onto its environment. It results in dispersal or reduction of that region's population. (233)
26.the natural heat found in the earth’s crust in the form of steam, hot water and hot rock (271)
31.When a country decides to place part (or all) of one or a number of natural resources (e.g. oil and gas) under state ownership. (255)
37.occurs when humanity's demand on nature exceeds the earth’s supply or regenerative capacity. (227)
38.The measure of human demand on the earth’s ecosystems. it is a universal measure including forestry, fishing ground, carbon footprint, built land and cropland. (225)
39.political relations among nations, particularly relating to claims and disputes pertaining to borders, territories, and resources. (248)
42.The capacity of an area or ecosystem to to generate an ongoing supply of resources and absorb its waste. (225)
43.Quantities of oil that geological and engineering information indicates with reasonable certainty can be recovered in the future from known reservoirs under existing economic and operating conditions. (pg. 243)
44.This the optimists belief that with population growth better technology and that population growth will slow well before the limits of resources are reached. (234)
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1.A hydro-electric power stations which it the world’s largest electricity generating plant of any kind
3.(pg.243) - The length of time that remaining reserves would last if production were to continue at the same level as at the end of a given year. Calculated with remaining reserves at the end of any year, divided by the production in that year. (2 Words)
4.are renewable resources that do not need regeneration. (231)
5.A company that does not use up the level of emissions it is entitled to, can sell the remainder of its entitlement to another company that pollutes above its entitlement. (283)
6.What giant undersea landmass that extends from Russia to Greenland has Russia claimed? (pg. 256)
7.a permit that allows an organsation to emit a specified amount of greenhouse gases; also called an emission permit.(283)
9.the consumption of the non-renewable, finite resources which leads to their exhaustion. (231)
13.The maximum quantity of fish than can be caught each year. (283)
14.A significant interruption to supply due to an environmental, economic or political event.
15.energy produced close to the point of consumption. (283)
18.Naturally occurring mixtures of sand or clay and water which form an extremely dense and viscous form of petroleum called bitumen.
19.Solar panels that convert sunlight directly into electricity (271)
21.The population level that is most beneficial and efficient to all, and produces the highest living standards. (232)
22.A system of environmental responsibility whereby producers take back a product, recycling it as far as possible, after the customer has finished with it. (283)
24.When there are too few people to use the available resources efficiently. (232)
27.A global hectare is a hectare with world-average ability to produce resources and absorb wastes. (225)
28.a serious shortage of energy which interrupts domestic supplies and has impact on all sectors of the economy. (2490
29.What are of the world is pollution due oil the worst? (253)
30.Any aspect of the environment that can be used to meet human needs. (231)
32.When there are too many people in a certain area to use the available resources efficiently. (232)
33.A biological process which makes it possible to degrade organic matter which can be used to produce biogas
34.Which region is most dependant on the production of energy from coal? (241)
35.The concentration of used waste materials, their reprocessing, and their subsequent use in place of new materials.(283)
36.supply routes between energy producers and consumers which may be pipelines, shipping routes or electricity cables.
40.A site at which refuse is buried under layers of earth.(283)
41.The agricultural world which has sufficient cropland to meet most of their food needs. (236)

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