Video BA 3/19. How long before the area of Chernobyl will be safe enough for people to live there again? 2. Why do you think the people who live in Chernobyl will not leave the area? 3. What are some of the ailments that affect the people who moved back to Chernobyl?
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2. Why do you think the people who live in Chernobyl will not leave the area?
3. What are some of the ailments that affect the people who moved back to Chernobyl?
4. Do you think their ailments are due to old age or radiation? Why?
5. What do you think are some of the social and environmental affects of Chernobyl on Ukraine and the contaminated areas?
The student will describe the interaction of physical and human systems that have shaped contemporary Europe.
f. Analyze the impact of geography on Russia in terms of population distribution, trade, and involvement in European affairs.
g. Analyze the environmental issues associated with industrial and natural resource development in Europe, including Russia.
1. Genghis Khan
2. Russian Czars
3. Start of Soviet Union
5. Fall of Soviet Union
3 biggest czars were:
1. Ivan the Terrible
A. Opened Russia up to ideas & trade with Western Europe
B. Expanded Russia to the Baltic Sea
C. Moved Russia’s capital to St. Petersburg
3. Catherine the Great
1. Most people were educated
2. Health care was free
3. Most people had jobs
2. Limited production of goods
3. Food shortages
4. Tried to eliminate religion
5. People who disagreed with Communist leadership were jailed or killed
6. Overuse & pollution of lands & resources