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Geography- Movement

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When do you need something somewhere? Pipelines take a long time to build so you need to wait to have it built. How much do you need to move at one time? You move a large quantity or product, millions or barrels of oil or billions of cubic feet of natural gas. What are you trying to move? Mostly liquid and gaseous things. How much do you want to pay? Pipelines are an expensive transportation method to own.
Pipelines are efficient and affordable over long periods of time (years). Where do you need to move products, both from and to? Pipelines can go above ground, under ground and onder water. They must move between places with the pipes. How often do you need to move it? Pipelines move things continuously using a large network of fixed pipes. Pipeline to Move Products Movement of Products
Three (3) SURFACES and Seven (7) main METHODS are most commonly used for transport:
Land
Road: (1) Trucks
Fixed Road: (2) Railroad, (3) Pipeline, (4) Wire, and (5) Wireless
Water:
Variable and Fixed: (6) Boats, Underwater Pipeline, Wire
Air
(7)Planes and Wireless

You use the following questions help to chose how or what is used for moving products:
When do you need something somewhere?
How much do you need to move at one time?
What are you trying to move?
How much do you want to pay?
Where do you need to move products, both from and to?
How often do you need to move it?

Products moved can be grouped into three main categories:
Perishable
Non perishable raw material
Non perishable finished material When do you need something somewhere? Wires move things continuously using a large network of fixed wires. How much do you need to move at one time? You move a large quantity or electricity, the distance between source and use, size of the wire and the connections determine how much can move. What are you trying to move? It must be in the form of energy: electricity, light or bytes. How much do you want to pay? Private wires may cost a lot (electricity grids) and public wires may be inexpensive (telephones) Where do you need to move products, both from and to? You need wire connections, which in the developed world are almost everywhere. How often do you need to move it? Wires move things continuously using a large network of fixed wires. Wire to Move Products When do you need something somewhere? Planes move things very quickly 24 hours a day using a large network of airports. How much do you need to move at one time? You can move envelopes, boxes or even containers. What are you trying to move? You can move dry and liquid things.
The things can be perishable and non-perishable. How much do you want to pay? Planes are an expensive transportation method to own and operate.
If something needs to move quickly you may be willing to pay a high amount. Where do you need to move products, both from and to? You need airports, unless you are using helisopters which can land almost anywhere. How often do you need to move it? Planes travel between most major cities daily. Plane to Move Products When do you need something somewhere? Boats take time to move things, often weeks or months.
Oceans and waterways are already built. How much do you need to move at one time? You can move in single or multiple containers or whole shiploads like oil, grain or natural gas. What are you trying to move? You can move dry and liquid things.
The things can be perishable and non-perishable How much do you want to pay? Ships can be an expensive transportation method to own.
If you move large to very large quantities, boats are efficient and affordable. Where do you need to move products, both from and to? Oceans, lakes and rivers connect most cities, so things can get to most markets anywhere in the world. You just need to move it from a large to a smaller boat. How often do you need to move it? You can move things often with planning, but usually it is measured in months. Boat to Move Products When do you need something somewhere? Railroads move things quickly 24 hours a day using a fixed network of railroads.
Railroads take time to build. How much do you need to move at one time? You can move in single truckloads, mutiple truckloads, or whole trains of hundreds of railcars. What are you trying to move? You can move dry and liquid things.
The things can be perishable requiring refrigeration or controlled temperatures and non-perishable How much do you want to pay? Railroads are an expensive transportation method to own.
If you move large quantities, rail is efficient and affordable. Where do you need to move products, both from and to? You need railroads that are often connected to factories or truck lines. How often do you need to move it? Trains usually operate daily on a schedule, so it is not as flexible as trucks. Railroad to Move Products When do you need something somewhere? Trucks move things quickly 24 hours a day using a large network of roads. How much do you need to move at one time? You can move in single truckloads, usually using containers of boxes. What are you trying to move? You can move dry and liquid things.
The things can be perishable requiring refrigeration or controlled temperatures and non-perishable. How much do you want to pay? Trucks are the least expensive transportation method to own.
If you move small quantities, trucks are efficient and affordable. Where do you need to move products, both from and to? You need roads to use trucks, including seasonal ice roads in cold climates How often do you need to move it? You can move things very often, several times a day. Trucks to Move Products Truck Rail Boat Plane Pipeline Wire Wireless Yes Yes Maybe Maybe No No No Yes Yes Yes Maybe No No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No unless humanitarian aid Maybe No No If stored No No If stored No Yes Yes Maybe No No Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Maybe No No No Fresh
Food Stored Food Oil, Gas Grain Data Medical (organs, tissue) Electricity Consumer Goods Examples Fruit, vegetables, fish, meats Cereal, frozen foods Heating, crude, LNG Corn, rice Movies, music, financial info. Transplants Electricity Cars, clothing, furniture Movement - Perishable and Nonperishable Products Geography: Movement By Sean, Hannah, Alyssa, George and Jared! A World in
Motion Movement happens all around the world. It happens in people, animals and the earth itself. The world spins on an axis resulting in days and seasons The earth orbits around the sun giving us years Earthquakes are an example of movement of the earth. Earthquakes occur when tectonic plates, pieces of crust on the interior of earth, shift. Earthquakes happen the most in fault zones, the edge and weakest area of plates Pangaea Even 10 000 years ago things on earth moved causing change
A German Scientist, Alfred Wegener, created the continental drift theory
His theory explained that 250 million years ago there was a super continent that over the years drifted apart into smaller continents 250 Billion Years Ago Present Day Motion Patterns People on the
Move The Motion of
Nature People On the Move Patterns are everywhere - they happen in chemical processes, nature, and most importantly, in geography. The patterns in movement are fundamental to the study of geography, the relationship between the Earth and people. Patterns in movement come in a variety of different ways including settlement patterns, migrational patterns, and linear patterns.Patterns are everywhere - they happen in chemical processes, nature, and most importantly, in geography. The patterns in movement are fundamental to the study of geography, the relationship between the Earth and people. Patterns in movement come in a variety of different ways including settlement patterns, migrational patterns, and linear patterns. Patterns in Motion The four most important components of movement patterns are points, lines, areas, and volume. The movements define movement in geography as a whole, for example - Paris and London are two different cities (points) in Europe. London Paris These two cities are connected by a complex network of sea trading routes, aircraft lines, and land transportation such as railroad, and highways (lines). These two cities are located in the countries of France and England, which are in the continent of Europe (areas).
The emigration, immigration, and tourism moving along those lines between the two cities is a volume. There are many different types of movement patterns. Such ways include density patterns, like terms such as dense, or sparse. Arrangements can also be used to describe movement patterns including terms such as linear, grid, or radial. There are many different types of movement patterns. Such ways include density patterns, like terms such as dense, or sparse. Arrangements can also be used to describe movement patterns including terms such as linear, grid, or radial. Movement of Products
Three (3) surfaces and Six (6) main methods are most commonly used for transport:
• Land:Road: Trucks
• Land:Fixed Road: Railroad, Pipeline and Wire/Wireless
• Water:Variable and Fixed: Boats, Underwater Pipeline and Wire/Wireless
• Air:Planes

You use the following questions help to chose how or what is used for moving products:
• When do you need something somewhere?
• How much do you need to move at one time?
• What are you trying to move?
• How much do you want to pay?
• Where do you need to move products, both from and to?
• How often do you need to move it?

Products moved can be grouped into three main categories:
• Perishable
• Non perishable raw material
• Non perishable finished material There are many movement patterns in our natural world. First of all, settlement patterns allow certain areas to be more attractive than other more hostile areas. Settlement mostly occur in river valleys and coastal areas where the environment is more friendly. Planners who design new urban areas must take in account of the movement patterns and the health of the ecosystem in this area. Secondly, migrational patterns of animals such as the caribou and Canada geese must be studied before any infrastructural and residential activity begin, in order to have minimal impact on the environment and the movement patterns (points, lines, and volume). Settlement Patterns There is a variety of terrain on Earth such as trenches, mountain ranges, and plains as a result of erosion, natural processes, and geological processes such as the continental drift and plate tectonics. The plates on the mantle, such as the Pacific plate and the Indo-Australian plate, and plate boundaries causes major impacts on landforms such the island arc, the Pacific Ring of Fire, mountain ranges and plateaus, plains and pampas, plains and pampas, and shields. However, human activity lately has greatly impacted on these movement patterns on the terrain and the environment. Geological Patterns Fourthly, patterns in the natural systems such as climate and vegetation is fundamental to the weather conditions that we have today. Precipitation and climate patterns is a result of the axial tilt of Earth’s poles, which creates different climates in the northern and southern hemispheres throughout the year which are called seasons. Climate in different biomes can be compared with climate graphs, which expresses the average temperature and precipitation for each area. Different climate factors such as latitude, wind systems such as the Coriolis force, air masses such as the Jet Stream, ocean currents, altitude levels, mountain barriers, bodies of water, affect both the climate and vegetation areas. Different types of soil support different types of vegetation depending from humus, and the topsoil. Weather Patterns Finally, agriculture also creates many movement patterns, such as the movement of domesticated plants such as wheat, tomato, and rice, and animals,, which is called the agricultural revolution. In the Green Revolution resulted in three types of agriculture depending on the topography, including subsistence agriculture, nomadic agriculture based on migrational patterns, and commercial agriculture, and this results into specialized agriculture and plantation crops. Agricultural Patterns The movement of people is called migration. People today migrate more than ever. Reasons for migration can be both positive or negative.

Negative: Wars, hunger, etc.

Positive: Start new life, tourist, etc. In our natural environment, there is constant motion. Everything in nature is made up of countless particles that vibrate and bounce around. As a result, there is movement. Large numbers of people that are forced to move are called refugees. Nature is always changing. Movement is defined as an act of changing physical location. Physical locations always correlate to nature, and therefore the motion, placement and region of matter is directly related to nature. There are many factors that can influence a person to migrate.

Those that encourage the deportation of somewhere are called push factors. These are reasons for why someone would want to leave, such as poor living conditions and war. Those that encourage the arrival of somewhere are called pull factors. These are reasons for why someone would want to visit or live, such as good jobs and better working conditions.. Traveling isn’t always easy. Factors that prevent someone to move are called barriers. Barriers can vary from a wide range, from family locations to financial restraints. Movement in nature can have devastating consequences, such as natural disasters. These catastrophes are major adverse events resulting from natural processes of the Earth. What do you think has more effect? Push or Pull factors? Why? The water cycle is also another perfect example of natural movement. When the temperature on Earth rises or falls, movement causes water to change state, rise upward towards the Sun, and to fall back down again. People most commonly move from the country to the city, in other words, from rural life to urban life. How might the force of movement affect the natural environment and human civilization? Movement of Products Movement of Products •Also referred to as transportation and shipping.
•Some methods for transporting physical products and physical information are trucks, trains, boats, pipelines, and planes.
•Some methods for transporting energy products and media information are wire, radiation waves, and pipelines.
•These technologies can affect us positively and negatively.
•Positive: Internet games, Fast delivery of products, Communication technologies, etc.
•Negative: War over oil, animal migration blocked by pipes and animals die(which ends up affecting food for humans as well), Radiation Sickness, etc. Thank you for watching!

We hope that you enjoyed
our Prezi presentation! Movement of Products
Three (3) SURFACES and Seven (7) main METHODS are most commonly used for transport:
Land
Road: (1) Trucks
Fixed Road: (2) Railroad, (3) Pipeline, (4) Wire, and (5) Wireless
Water:
Variable and Fixed: (6) Boats, Underwater Pipeline, Wire
Air
(7)Planes and Wireless

You use the following questions help to chose how or what is used for moving products:
When do you need something somewhere?
How much do you need to move at one time?
What are you trying to move?
How much do you want to pay?
Where do you need to move products, both from and to?
How often do you need to move it?

Products moved can be grouped into three main categories:
Perishable
Non perishable raw material
Non perishable finished material Movement of Products Three (3) SURFACES and Seven (7) main METHODS are most commonly used for transport:
Land
Road: (1) Trucks
Fixed Road: (2) Railroad, (3) Pipeline, (4) Wire, and (5) Wireless
Water:
Variable and Fixed: (6) Boats, Underwater Pipeline, Wire
Air
(7)Planes and Wireless

You use the following questions help to chose how or what is used for moving products:
When do you need something somewhere?
How much do you need to move at one time?
What are you trying to move?
How much do you want to pay?
Where do you need to move products, both from and to?
How often do you need to move it?

Products moved can be grouped into three main categories:
Perishable
Non perishable raw material
Non perishable finished material When do you need something somewhere? Planes move things very quickly 24 hours a day using a large network of airports. How much do you need to move at one time? You can move envelopes, boxes or even containers. What are you trying to move? You can move dry and liquid things.
The things can be perishable and non-perishable. How much do you want to pay? Planes are an expensive transportation method to own and operate.
If something needs to move quickly you may be willing to pay a high amount. Where do you need to move products, both from and to? You need airports, unless you are using helicopters which can land almost anywhere. How often do you need to move it? Planes travel between most major cities daily. Plane to Move Products When do you need something somewhere? Railroads move things quickly 24 hours a day using a fixed network of railroads.
Railroads take time to build. How much do you need to move at one time? You can move in single truckloads, mutiple truckloads, or whole trains of hundreds of railcars. What are you trying to move? You can move dry and liquid things.
The things can be perishable requiring refrigeration or controlled temperatures and non-perishable How much do you want to pay? Railroads are an expensive transportation method to own.
If you move large quantities, rail is efficient and affordable. Where do you need to move products, both from and to? You need railroads that are often connected to factories or truck lines. How often do you need to move it? Trains usually operate daily on a schedule, so it is not as flexible as trucks. Railroad to Move Products When do you need something somewhere? Trucks move things quickly 24 hours a day using a large network of roads. How much do you need to move at one time? You can move in single truckloads, usually using containers of boxes. What are you trying to move? You can move dry and liquid things.
The things can be perishable requiring refrigeration or controlled temperatures and non-perishable. How much do you want to pay? Trucks are the least expensive transportation method to own.
If you move small quantities, trucks are efficient and affordable. Where do you need to move products, both from and to? You need roads to use trucks, including seasonal ice roads in cold climates How often do you need to move it? You can move things very often, several times a day. Trucks to Move Products When do you need something somewhere? Boats take time to move things, often weeks or months.
Oceans and waterways are already built. How much do you need to move at one time? You can move in single or multiple containers or whole shiploads like oil, grain or natural gas. What are you trying to move? You can move dry and liquid things.
The things can be perishable and non-perishable. How much do you want to pay? Ships can be an expensive transportation method to own.
If you move large to very large quantities, boats are efficient and affordable. Where do you need to move products, both from and to? Oceans, lakes and rivers connect most cities, so things can get to most markets anywhere in the world. You just need to move it from a large to a smaller boat. How often do you need to move it? You can move things often with planning, but usually it is measured in months. Boat to Move Products When do you need something somewhere? Wires move things continuously using a large network of fixed wires. How much do you need to move at one time? You move a large quantity of electricity, the distance between source and use, size of the wire and the connections determine how much can move. What are you trying to move? It must be in the form of energy: electricity, light or bytes. How much do you want to pay? Private wires may cost a lot (electricity grids), and public wires may be inexpensive (telephones). Where do you need to move products, both from and to? You need wire connections, which in the developed world are almost everywhere. How often do you need to move it? Wires move things continuously using a large network of fixed wires. Wire to Move Products When do you need something somewhere? Pipelines take a long time to build so you need to wait to have it built. How much do you need to move at one time? You move a large quantity or product, millions of barrels of oil or billions of cubic feet of natural gas. What are you trying to move? Mostly liquid and gaseous things. How much do you want to pay? Pipelines are an expensive transportation method to own.
Pipelines are efficient and affordable over long periods of time (years). Where do you need to move products, both from and to? Pipelines can go above ground, under ground and under water. They must move between places with the pipes. How often do you need to move it? Pipelines move things continuously using a large network of fixed pipes. Pipeline to Move Products Truck Rail Boat Plane Pipeline Wire Wireless Yes Yes Maybe Maybe No No No Yes Yes Yes Maybe No No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No unless humanitarian aid Maybe No No If stored No No If stored No Yes Yes Maybe No No Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Maybe No No No Fresh
Food Stored Food Oil, Gas Grain Data Medical (organs, tissue) Electricity Consumer Goods Examples Fruit, vegetables, fish, meats Cereal, frozen foods Heating, crude, LNG Corn, rice Movies, music, financial info. Transplants Electricity Cars, clothing, furniture Movement - Perishable and Nonperishable Products 16000 containers Wireless moves data, information, and signals (radio, internet, phone, etc.) nearly at the speed of sound, depending on your service provider. Wireless moves millions of bytes all at once at nearly the speed of sound. Wireless can move only digital information. Future technology could open up the doors to wirelessly transporting physical items. Wireless transport is not expensive but not cheap. Wireless moves anywhere in the world it can reach depending on signal strength. Wireless operates 24/7 When do you need something somewhere? How much do you need to move at one time? What are you trying to move? How much do you want to pay? Where do you need to move products, both from and to? How often do you need to move it? Wireless to Move Products
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