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  1. CRCT Review Europe Canada Latin America and the Caribbean Australia

  2. European countries to LOCATE • Belgium • France • Germany • Italy • Poland • Portugal • Russia • Spain • Ukraine • United Kingdom

  3. Which country is this and which environmental issue has a significant impact on it?

  4. Which country is this and what kind of physical feature is it since it is surrounded by water on three sides?

  5. This country was invaded by Germany in 1939 to start World War II.

  6. Which country is this and which famous explorer paid for many voyages from this country?

  7. Known as the largest country in the world in terms of area (size)

  8. Which country is this and which area did it have the biggest impact? (HINT: Hernan Cortes and Francisco Pizarro)

  9. Which country is this and which environmental issue (nuclear) has a significant impact on it and its neighbors?

  10. Which country is this and which environmental issue has a significant impact on it?

  11. RIVERS(Flows through Germany) • DANUBE • Europe’s second longest river. • International waterway • Empties into the Black Sea • 1,771 miles • RHINE • One of the longest and most important rivers in Europe. • 766 miles • Important waterway carrying trade and goods deep inland.

  12. Danube and Rhine Rivers

  13. European Plain • Largest mountain-free landform in Europe. • Stretches from the Pyrenees Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean in the west to the Ural Mountains in the east. • Cut by the Rhine River in the west

  14. The Great European Plain lies between • Russia and the Great Victorian Desert • The Pyrenees and the Urals • The Amazon and St. Lawrence rivers • The Urals and Siberia

  15. Mountains • ALPS • Stretches from Austria in the east through Italy, Germany, and France in the west. • Highest point 15,782 ft. Italian/French border • PYRENEES • Forms a massive divider between France and Spain • Highest point 11,168 ft. • URAL • Runs from north to south through western Russia • Natural boundary between Europe and Asia • Highest point 6,213 ft.

  16. Peninsulas • IBERIAN • Located in SW Europe • Westernmost of the three major southern European peninsulas • SCANDINAVIAN • Northern Europe • Largest peninsula of Europe

  17. Channel • ENGLISH • Separates southern England from northern France and joins the North Sea to the Atlantic. • 350 miles long • 150 miles at its widest • 21 miles in the Strait of Dover

  18. English Channel map/satellite

  19. Sea • MEDITERRANEAN • Connected to the Atlantic Ocean and almost completely enclosed by land. • Part of the Atlantic Ocean • Average depth of 4,900 feet

  20. Mediterranean Sea

  21. The headline below is referring to • A European nuclear accident • Canadian colonization • Aborigines affected by smallpox • Latin American poverty

  22. “After the explosion, the city was evacuated. Many people died because of radiation-caused illnesses. Others got sick from eating contaminated meat and dairy products.” What is this quote describing? • Chernobyl • Vatican City • An earthquake • Quebec’s independence movement

  23. This is a picture of rain water. What do you notice about the cup on the right? Which European nation has to deal with the environmental issue of acid rain?

  24. You are looking at the worst nuclear power plant disaster in history. What is the name and in which European country did it happen?

  25. Which environmental issue is this a picture of? Which European nation has to deal with this environmental issue?

  26. This is a picture of the Australia desert. Why would you NOT want to live here?

  27. Why do people in Australia usually NOT live in desert regions? • The wild dingos that live in the Outback are aggressive. • The many mountains and rivers make living conditions difficult. • The Aborigines do not tolerate white settlers in these regions. • There are harsh climate conditions and lack of access to trade.

  28. Mediterranean coast

  29. Why do many people live along the Mediterranean coast? • Because of the warmer climate • Because of the abundance of water • Because of the arctic climate • Because of the rich oil supplies

  30. Since many countries in Europe are landlocked, what has become an important way for them to trade? Does this relate to LOCATION, CLIMATE, or NATURAL RESOURCES? • Camels • Mountains • Rivers • Helicopters

  31. Why do most Australians live in urban areas along the coast? (Does this relate to LOCATION, CLIMATE, or NATURAL RESOURCES?) • They prefer the colder coastal climate. • People like the mild, temperate climate. • People fear Aborigines who live farther inland. • The interior regions are too crowded.

  32. Since Australia is not very fertile, Australians do not produce a lot of agriculture. What does this mean they depend on to survive? • Fishing • Imports • Nuts and berries • Milk from cows

  33. What role did harbors play in the history of Australia? (Does this relate to LOCATION, CLIMATE, OR NATURAL RESOURCES?) • They allowed Aborigines to flee to Europe in hopes of a better life. • They created many wars due to foreign invasion from the sea. • They welcomed foreign trade and helped develop settlements and cities. • They encouraged people to leave the country in search of more land.

  34. What three things affect where people live and how they trade?

  35. Which language?

  36. Which language is spoken in this country? Which other countries that we have studied speak this language?

  37. The language spoken in this country

  38. The language spoken in this country

  39. There are many different languages spoken in Europe. This is an example of • Cultural difference. • Biological difference. • Occupational (work) hazard (danger) • An unorganized nation