Chapter 10 Subregions Mexico Seven Central American Countries Caribbean Area Northern Andes Southern South America Brazil
El Nino - Complementary phenomena that affect weather patterns worldwide, but are still not fully understood. El Nino Sout
In the Modern Era: -Vital to the global economy as they provide roughly 75% of the world's oil. Major rivers: The Nile and The Tigris-Euphrates -The Jordan River provides less potable water, less hydroelectric power, but is a major regional waterway.
Lake The Major lakes are Lake Tanganyike and Lake Victoria Species Unique to the Savannah - Lions, Giraffes, Elephants, Hyenas, Rhinoceroses, and Hippopotamuses. The Triangular Trade 1. Guns, alcohol and manufactured goods from Europe were paid to Af
Chapter 5 Both Names of Korea North Korea = People's Democratic Republic of Korea South Korea= Republic of Korea The Great Wall of China- Built by a Qin Emperor around 210 B.C. to protect against invaders. The Opium Wars (1989-1842) - By 1839, the B
Chapter 7 LandscapesThe Mountain Rim Himalayas and Karakoram ranges The Peninsular Highlands of India- Contacting the Deccan Lava Plateau The Sedimentary plains The Costal Fringe Monsoons They are seasonal winds that bring dry air to the region dur
Chapter 4 Society and Environment Key attributes: Size Northern Latitudes Lack of warm-water ports Russia, Central Asia and the Transcaucasus of the World Fur Remains a prized commodity because it has utility as well as being luxurious. Coping with d