5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What landforms are in South America
- one-resource economy
- climate affects vegetation?
- a Mountains, pampas, rain forest. Andes - 2nd highest in the world; pampas - Argentina and Uruguay; Amazon River Rainforest = 1/3 of S. America.
- b height of land above sea level
- c warm, wet climates = lush vegetation; cold, dry climates = very little vegetation
- d to add variety or different items
- e a country's economy based almost completely on 1 resource or crop
5 Multiple choice questions
- tropical wet with hot, humid, rainy weather year-round; tropical wet and dry with hot weather, but shorter rainy season; Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay = humid sub-tropical climate: hot, wet summers + cool, damp winters. Patagonia - colder and dry.
- flat grassland regions commonly found in Argentina and Uruguay
- a raised area of flat land
- Provide transportation; food from fishing; hydroelectric power. Needed for transportation b/c hard to build roads due to mountains and rural area.
- dense evergreen forest - abundant rainfall year-round; located in Amazon River Basin
5 True/False questions
vegetation in colder climates? → exotic vegetation that needs hot, humid weather, such as bananas, cacao, sugar cane, rice
Middle America → height of land above sea level
El Nino → the ways that goods and services are produced and made available to people
economy → the ways that goods and services are produced and made available to people
Why are crops important? → Western hemisphere; south of United States