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Standard 2: Mental map I utilize to go to work from home.

Standard 1: Map of U.S./MexicoBorderlands. Citation: U.S.-Mexico (Permanent) Protocol for the Allotment and Use of the 138-144 MHz Band for Certain Radiocommunication Services. (2007, August 3). U.S. Department of State. Retrieved July 17, 2014, from http://www.state.gov/e/eb/rls/othr/telecom/93771.htmWeb: http://www.state.gov/e/eb/rls/othr/telecom/93771.htm

Standard 3: Interpreting Geographical Patterns. This map is of all Mexican born citizens, in comparison to all foreign-born citizens that reside in the U.S. Colorado, Texas, New Mexico and AZ have the largest populations.Source: http://www.migrationinformation.org/sites/default/files/source_charts/map2-spot-apr08.cfmCitation: Map 2. Mexican Born as a Percentage of the Total Foreign-Born Population by State, 2006. (2006, January 1). . Retrieved July 17, 2014, from http://www.migrationinformation.org/sites/default/files/source_charts/map2-spot-apr08.cfm

Standard 5: U.S. and Mexico are all three formal, functonal and perceptual; Functional, because it serves a purpose. Perceptual, because views of it's presence is different based on location. Formal, because it's a landmark to get from one place to another.

Standard 4: The Borderlands have both human and physical characteristics, such as dry desert lands and man-made cities.Source: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/03/11/world/americas/us-mexico-border-photos.html

Standard 9: Hispanic populations alongside the border and within the U.S.Website: www.cdc.gov

Standard 6: Based on my cultural perceptions and how I was raised, I'm very open minded to how I view the people that immigrate to the U.S. and the border in general.

Standard 8: Eco-regions of the borderlands change depending on the state that is connected to the portion of Mexico. For example, there are some beaches alongside CA/Mexico border

Standard 7: Physical processes of the landscape of the border. These are of large hills and masses that the people who immigrate must go through.

Standard 10: Mixture of cultures, languages and ethnicities are amongst the borderland. Website: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/03/11/world/americas/us-mexico-border-photos.html

Standard 11: Mexico and the U.S. are dependent on each other for trade. These are the exhibited trade routes used.Standard 13: The borderlands between the U.S. and Mexico have both signified both conflict and cooperation in regards to safety and border patrol. Negotiation is up to us!Map: http://tti.tamu.edu/enhanced-project/tracking-freight-traffic-trends-at-the-u-s-mexico-border/

Standard 14: Humans can both alter and utilize their environment with what they build. This can affect global warming, but also provide mass amounts of food, just like these farmers in Yuma.

Standard 15: These actions could greatly affect not ony migrants, but people who work daily outside as well. We must be smart in order to prevent global warming issues.

Standard 12: Cities are settled by people, typically to create new communities or to utilize natural resources. Bisbee, AZ was settled for mining.

S-16: Preserving resources along the border is important. The Water Infrastructure Program cooperates with U.S-Mexico lands to keep clean water. Program.

Standard 17: Geography allows us to see changes in the world throughout time. Ie- AZ was once used as a battleground. S-18: Geography can also be used in the present/future,like identifying the growth of a lake or town.Source: http://www.history.army.mil/books/AMH/Map14-35.jpg


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