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EUROPE I (CHAPTER 1: 38–56) © barbara weightman, conceptcaching.com
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Major Geographic Qualities Western extremity of Eurasia Remains a region with world influence High degrees of specialization Lingering manufacturing dominance Numerous nation-states Urbanized population High standards of living Population implosion International economic integration
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Europe’s Climate
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Relative Location
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Relative Location At the heart of the land hemisphere Maximum efficiency for contact with the rest of the world Every part of Europe is close to the sea Navigable waterways Moderate distances
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Physical Landscapes Western Uplands North European Lowland Central Uplands Alpine Mountains
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European Regions 40 Countries, 600 million people British Isles Western Europe Norden Mediterranean Eastern Europe
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Early History Ancient Greeks Romans Fall of the Empire Dark Ages Muslim Invasions Renaissance Mercantilism Age of Discovery
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