- 1 When was the European Union EU formed by whom and for what purpose AP Human Geo?
- 2 Which of the following European countries is an example of an elongated state?
- 3 How is this type of boundary redrawing different in the US than in Europe?
- 4 Where are most of the world’s landlocked states?
- 5 How does Supranationalism affect European boundaries?
- 6 Why do states cooperate and compete with each other?
- 7 Is France a compact state?
- 8 What are examples of elongated States?
- 9 What countries are compact states?
- 10 What are the 6 largest states?
- 11 What were the three basic reasons that European states established colonies?
- 12 Why do boundaries between states cause problems?
- 13 What problems do landlocked states have?
- 14 What is the most landlocked state?
- 15 How many US states are landlocked?
When was the European Union EU formed by whom and for what purpose AP Human Geo?
When was the European Union ( EU ) formed? 1958 (during the cold war). Which states formed the European Union? 6 states – Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and West Germany.
Which of the following European countries is an example of an elongated state?
Chapter 8 human geography
|examples of fragmented states||angola cut by congo|
|why is colinigrad part of russia||major naval base there|
|elongated state||long and slender|
|example of elongated state||vietnam, chile, morroco, portugal, panama|
How is this type of boundary redrawing different in the US than in Europe?
How is this type of boundary redrawing different in the U.S. than in Europe? The U.S. is gaining pop. while Europe is losing pop.
Where are most of the world’s landlocked states?
A landlocked state lacks a direct outlet to the sea because it is completely surrounded by several other countries. Landlocked states are most common in Africa (14). Direct access to the ocean is critical because it facilitates international trade.
How does Supranationalism affect European boundaries?
Another way supranationalism affects the functions of the international boundaries in Europe is the fact that the it puts a countries sovereignty into question. If the European Union has full abilities to determine what happens on an international level for a country, that countries sovereignty is reduced.
Why do states cooperate and compete with each other?
States compete for many reasons, including control of terri- tory, access to trade and resources, and influence over other states. To further their competitive goals, states may form al- liances with other states. During the Cold War, after World War II, many states joined regional military alliances.
Is France a compact state?
Although France is a compact state, it’s capital is not located directly in the center. States with this shape can be easier to conquer and sometimes have a lack of resources. Borders: Geometric – France is surrounded by Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Spain.
What are examples of elongated States?
Norway and Chile are examples of elongated states. Defense and transportation can be more difficult in an elongated state. A fragmented state has several noncontiguous pieces of territory. Archipelagos such as Philippines, Indonesia, and Fiji are examples of fragmented states.
What countries are compact states?
Compact states have relatively equal distances from their center to any boundary much like a circle. They are often regarded as efficient states. An example of a compact state would be Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, and Burundi. Elongated states have a long and narrow shape.
What are the 6 largest states?
The Largest States in the U.S. by Area
- Alaska. 663,267.26.
- Texas. 268,580.82.
- California. 163,695.57.
- Montana. 147,042.40.
- New Mexico. 121,589.48.
- Arizona. 113,998.30.
- Nevada. 110,560.71.
- Colorado. 104,093.57.
What were the three basic reasons that European states established colonies?
the three motives of the European states establishing colonies elsewhere in the world can be summarized as? God, gold, glory. control of territory already occupied and organized by an indigenous society whereas colonialism is control of previously uninhabited or sparsely inhabited land.
Why do boundaries between states cause problems?
The shapes of a state controls the length of its boundaries with other states. It can affect communication, unity, and administration. Elongated States: Elongated states (Chile and Italy are examples) have a long and narrow shape. The long expanse can cause problems with communications within the state.
What problems do landlocked states have?
What problems do landlocked states have? They lack direct access to an ocean which means they must cooperate with neighboring states that have seaports.
What is the most landlocked state?
That method also seems to favor Kansas and Nebraska as the most landlocked states, with a slight nod to Kansas.
How many US states are landlocked?
A singly landlocked state has to cross the border of another state to access the nearest gulf, sea, ocean, or bay. There are sixteen singly landlocked states; ten are doubly landlocked while Nebraska remains the single triply landlocked state. Hawaii is the only US state that is an island.