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Modern-day Mexico City sits on the site that was once Lake Texcoco, home of the Aztec civilization. This change is an example of?
Weegy: Aztec civilization was believed to have been founded on an island in the middle of Lake Texcoco where an eagle was found sitting on a prickly cactus eating a snake. [ [ ] ] User: In Carl Sauer’s theory, the __________ is influenced by the site and the culture of the groups that occupy it. Weegy: In Carl Sauer’s theory, the- CULTURAL LANDSCAPE - is influenced by the site and the culture of the groups that occupy it. (More)
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The theory of __________ states that succeeding stages of human inhabitation can affect a site over time. A. sequent occupance B. conurbanization C. cultural landscapes D. agricultural land use and development
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The theory of sequent occupance states that succeeding stages of human inhabitation can affect a site over time.
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Which of the following could be considered a middle-income country? a. Japan c. the United States b. Mexico d. Australia
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Mexico would be considered a middle-income country.

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The Red Sea is a body of water formed where the African and Arabian plates are separating from one another. This sea is an example of a landform created by __________ movement. A. lateral plate B. convergent plate C. divergent plate D. transform boundary
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The Red Sea is a body of water formed where the African and Arabian plates are separating from one another. This sea is an example of a landform created by Divergent plate movement.
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What is the central place theory?
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Central place theory is a geographical theory that seeks to explain the number, size and location of human settlements in an urban system. The theory was created by the German geographer Walter Christaller, who asserted that settlements simply functioned as 'central places' providing services to surrounding areas.
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