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1.27.11 - Geography Lecture 5 1.27.11 16:28 Europe Fortress...

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Geography Lecture 5 16:28 1.27.11 Europe Fortress Europe- The European Union has lessened boundaries within the continent  and makes trade and movement between countries easier, but the boundary outside of  the continent has hardened. 1. Physical geography & environment - 4 Key Features Coastline Relative Location Climate Rivers 2. Colonial Geographies - Mapping profit flows - Impacts on Europe - Why Europe? - Rivalry and annihilation 3. The European Union: The United States of Europe? - Chronology – supra-nationalism in Europe - What does the EU do? - Eastward expansion - Video:  Blue Danube - Obstacles
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Physical Geography Europe is relatively the size of the US and has 31 countries in that area Made up of peninsulas and fringed by islands; long coastlines and countless harbors Maritime trade became much easier and fisheries were a major source of food. Many countries struggled for naval power.
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