Basic Geographic Literacy
Explain geographic tools and their uses.
Geographic representations to track spatial patterns
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Spatial distribution, size, density and demographic characteristics of population at the international level
Criteria to define a region (e.g., the reshaping of south Florida resulting from changing migration patterns; the US-Mexico border changes as a function of NAFTA; metropolitan growth in the Philadelphia region)
Demographic trends and their impacts on patterns of population distribution (e.g., carrying capacity, changes in fertility, changes in immigration policy, the mobility transition model)
Spatial pattern of political units in the global system
Impact of movement on human systems (e.g., refugees, guest workers, illegal aliens)