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18 - Europe_March_17_10 - EUROPE Europe: Geographical...

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EUROPE EUROPE
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Europe: Geographical  Europe: Geographical  Settings Settings Europe: peninsulas branching off of  peninsulas; main peninsulas: Scandinavia Iberian Italian Balkan
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Europe: Landforms Europe: Landforms Mountains, uplands, and lowlands Stretching in east-west bands Alps: Collision between African and Eurasian  plates North European Plain: Stretches across  northern Europe (densely populated area) Other mountain ranges: Southern  peninsulas, Scotland, and Norway  Uplands to the north of the Alps:  navigable rivers, mineral wealth, and  industry  Large rivers link interior Europe to the seas Rhine, Danube Rivers 
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Europe: Climate Europe: Climate 3 main climate types: Temperate midlatitude: North Atlantic Drift  brings moderate temperatures and rain (a  strong Atlantic Ocean influence – warm) Northwestern Europe – warmer than elsewhere  in the world at similar latitudes Mediterranean: hot, dry summers/mild (
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2010 for the course GEOG 040 taught by Professor Siehl,georgehenr during the Spring '07 term at Penn State.

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18 - Europe_March_17_10 - EUROPE Europe: Geographical...

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