Borderland-Arizona, Chelsea Herron

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Borderland-Arizona, Chelsea Herron

Standard 6: HOW CULTURE AND EXPERIENCE INFLUENCE PEOPLE'S PERCEPTION OF PLACES AND REGIONS.My cultural background is growing up in the beautiful state of Michigan for all of my life till I recently moved to Arizona a few months ago. I grew up in a small town with not much diversity. My cultural background is growing up in the beautiful state of Michigan for all of my life till I recently moved to Arizona a few months ago. I grew up in a small town with not much diversity

Borderlands of Arizona

Standard 1: Maps and other Geographic RepresentationsSource: http:www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldview/wb/2014/01/13/40-more-maps-that-explain-the-world/

Standard 2: Mental map drawn of my trip from my house to school.

Standard 3:Interpret spatial geographic patterns you see in a map of the USA-Mexico borderlands. By looking at the map, we can see that Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Idaho have the highest percentage of Mexican foreign born residing in the United States in 2006. The percentage that to the population is for these states is more than 50%. The next level of percentages to the population is 30% to 49%, which includes 16 more states. California is included in the 30% to 49% that was surprising since it is a boarding state of Mexico. The Mexican born population has been looked upon as a border problem, but this map defines other wise because not all of the states that are included in the more than 50% are not border states to Mexico. Source: http://www.migrationpolicy.org/sites/default/files/source_charts/map2-spot-apr08.cfm

Standard 4:PHYSICAL AND HUMAN CHARACTERISTICS OF A REGION (THE U.S. - MEXICO BORDERLANDS)The first image is of an animal that can not cross over the border to the USA. Even though there may be better life on the other side. The next image is of the reopening of a port of entry in Nogales, AZ. This shows the development of the countries coming together. Source:http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2007/05/us-mexican-border/cook-jenshel-photographyhttps://news.azpm.org/p/bus-econ-news/2014/10/15/46961-renovated-mariposa-port-of-entry-reopens-in-nogales/

Standard 5: PEOPLE CREATE REGIONS IN ORDER TO INTERPRET EARTH'S COMPLEXITY. The borderlands of the United States and Mexico is a formal region. I think that it is a formal region because there are one or more characteristics that these two countries have in common. Arizona, California, Texas and Mexico share some of the same climate and elevation. Also, there are many physical features that they share which makes this a formal region.

Standard 9:HUMAN POPULATION ON EARTH'S SURFACE. This is a map I made of the Spanish speaking homes ratio to English speaking homes.

Standard 7:Physical ProcessesStandard 8: Ecosystems I used maps.google.com to capture this image of the Grand Canyon. This shows the physical processes and ecosystems in the same picture. This is a great example of the incredible physical features of Arizona.

Standard 11: PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH'S SURFACE. This picture shows how young some children are working and not in school. These children need to be in school so they can get an education.

Standard 10: CULTURE: CHARACTERISTICS, DISTRIBUTION AND COMPLEXITY OF EARTH'S CULTURAL MOSAICS.The borderland cities are rich mix of many different types of cultures. It makes this a neat place to live to have many different characteristics.Source: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/al-aire-libre-jean-hildebrant.html

Standard 12: PROCESSES, PATTERNS AND FUNCTIONS OF HUMAN SETTLEMENT. Settlements are located for a lot of different reasons. In Arizona, there are mining settlements, agricultural settlements, and this is an example of a city built along an important trade route located at the U.S. - Mexico border.Source: http://hermosainn.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/bisbee-az.jpg

Standard 13:HOW THE FORCES OF COOPERATION AND CONFLICT AMONG PEOPLE INFLUENCE THE DIVISION AND CONTROL OF EARTH'S SURFACE. Over the many years of the relationship of Arizona and Mexico. There has been both conflict and cooperation. For example, there has been cooperation among a water treaty but conflict with the drug cartel.

Standard 14: HUMAN MODIFICATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT.Humans can have a negative affect on the environment. This image is showing the affects of mining. Source: maps.google.com

Standard 15: HOW PHYSICAL SYSTEMS AFFECT HUMAN SYSTEMS. Physical systems can affect humans in various ways. For example, flash floods can be very dangerous. This can affect human systems from their daily lives.

Standard 16:Resource Geography--Changes that occur in the meaning, use, distribution and importance of resources. This image shows the importance of the resources needed to have a successful crop farm. Source: maps.google.com

Standard 17:HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PAST. This map is of the territories in Arizona in 1895. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Arizona#mediaviewer/File:Arizona1895.jpg

Standard 18:HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE.This is a map that I would consider being a teacher at because I like the geographical location of the school. Source: maps.google.com


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