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Unformatted text preview: Portfolio Assignment #7: Europe 1 This assignment consists of seven parts: 1) Putting 36 European countries on the map, Portfolio assignment #7: Europe 2) Mapping Europes physiographic features and waterways , 3) Mapping Europes climatic regions , 4) Mapping grape-growing regions in the world, 1 5) Outlining Muslims in Europe , 6) Mapping Europes major languages , and 7) Mapping Europes major religions . Using Fig 2.1 Fig 2.1 in your textbook textbook ( p.44 p.44 ) or the map map on pp.174 pp.174-175 175 in your atlas atlas and the blank map p id d n th n xt slid ( bl nk m p in u Portfolio assignment #7: Europe part 1 provided on the next slide (or a blank map in your mapping workbook ), put the 36 European put the 36 European countries countries listed on the next slide on the map on the map . 2 Portfolio Assignment #7: Europe 2 10) Estonia 11) Finland 12) France 13) Germany 14) Greece 15) Hungary 16) Iceland 17) Ireland 18) Italy 1) Albania 2) Austria 3) Belarus 4) Belgium 5) Bosnia- Herzegovi na 6) Bulgaria 7) Croatia 19) Latvia 20) Lithuania 21) Luxembourg 22) Macedonia 23) Moldova 24) Netherlands 25) Norway 26) Poland 27) Portugal 28 Romania 8) Czech Rep 9) Denmark 28) Romania 29) Serbia- Montenegro 30) Slovakia 31) Slovenia 32) Spain 33) Sweden 34) Switzerland 35) Ukraine 36) UK Portfolio assignment #7: Europe part 2 Using Fig 2.4 Fig 2.4 in your textbook ( p.48 p.48 ) and the map map on pp.176 pp.176-177 177 in your atlas , put the following physiographic physiographic features features on a blank map in the mapping workbook . Alpine System Alps Iberian Peninsula Pyrenees (Mts) Apennines (Mts) Sicily Island Central Uplands Massif Central Western Uplands Scandinavia Peninsula Transylvanian Alps Balkan Peninsula Dinaric Alps...
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course GPY 235 taught by Professor Xu during the Spring '08 term at Grand Valley State University.
- Spring '08