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Ch. 24 – Physical South Asia. South Asia has Seven countries : …. Pakistan. Nepal. Bhutan. Bangladesh. India. Sri Lanka. Maldives. Asian Leopard. Bengal Tiger. Indian Elephant. Collision of tectonic plates. Formed highest mountains in the world……. HIMALAYAS.

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Ch. 24 – Physical

South Asia


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South Asia has Seven countries:

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Pakistan

Nepal

Bhutan

Bangladesh

India

Sri Lanka

Maldives


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Asian Leopard


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Bengal Tiger


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Indian Elephant


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Collision of tectonic plates.

Formed highest mountains in the world…….

HIMALAYAS


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SHERPAS – FAMOUS

MOUNTAIN GUIDES IN

HIMALAYAS.


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Indo-Gangetic Plains- rich soil for agriculture.


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Monsoons are seasonal winds – bringing moist ocean air and heavy rains…..


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Bangladesh – known for monsoon rains and floods.

Capital – Dhaka

Islam Religion - Sunni


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INDIA –SUBCONTINENT

Capital - New Delhi.

80% HINDU RELIGION, 20% of world population. Concentrated in Indo-Gangetic Plain

Caste - social group or standing in Indian Society


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GANGES RIVER- SACRED RIVER


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Ganges River – 1,560 miles of sacred healing powers, drinking water , and transportation in Northern India. Part of Indo-Gangetic Plain.


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Pakistan – 1947 mountainous semi-arid country; Islamic religion.


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Pakistan


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Afghanistan – poor mountainous, semi-arid, war torn country.

Capital – Kabul.


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U.S. SOLDIERS


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Maldives – archipelago (group of islands),

atoll formed islands


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MAKING OF AN ATOLL ISLAND


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Sri Lanka

Tear Drop Island – timber and hardwoods.

Two Ethnic groups - Sinhalese and Tamils


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POPULATION PYRAMIDS

4 STAGES OF POPULATION


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Triangle shape

Wide base, narrow top

High birth rate, high death rate

Side – concave

Short life

MEXICO

STAGE 1-MODERATE GROWTH


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Triangle shape

Wide base, narrow top

Straight sides

High birth rate, improving death rate

INDIA

STAGE 2- EXPANSIVE GROWTH


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Bullet Shape

Convex sides

Low growth at base, long life expectancy

UNITED STATES

STAGE 3- Stationary


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Convex sides

Bullet Shape

Christmas tree look

Longer life

Negative growth

SWEDEN

STAGE 4 - Contractive


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THE END


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Images :

Hans Rieteco

Thomas Kunz

Veronique Soulier

Thorsten Bübelbergusex

Christa and Berd

Zeitl

J. Ens

J Lowrence

Han Wilhem Prech

Uwe Möokelmann


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Music: Royal Philharmonic

Aria di amore ( Tosca )

Conducted and arranged by Luis de Cobos from Spain.

Created by: Manuel, Mérida, Yucatán, México.

English Version: P@blosonic, Las Vegas NV, USA


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Antarctica

SOUTH POLE


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