|Eastern & Westerm Ghats|| Location:Eastern Ghats-A mountain range that runs along the east coast of India.|
Location: Western Ghats- A mountain range that runs along the west coast of Inda.
Two mountain ranges forming the edges of the Deccan plateau in southern India.
|Himalaya Mountains|| Location:A mountain range in South Asia that includes Mount Everest, the world's tallest moutain peek.|
A mountain system of south-central Asia
extending about 2414 km (1500 mi) through Kashmir, northern India.
|Hindu Kush Mountains|| Location: A mountain range in eastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan.|
A mountain range of southwest Asia extending more than 805 km (500 mi) westward from northern Pakistan to northeast Afghanistan.
|Karakorum Mountains|| Location:A mountain range in norhtern pakistan, northern India and southwestern China.|
An extension of the Hindu Kush, it rises to 8,616.3 miles.
|Kunlun Mountains|| Location: A mountain range in western China.|
It extends for 1,250 mi (2,000 km) through the western regions of China.
|Qinling Shandi Mountains|| Location: A mountain range that divides the northern part of China from the southern part.|
A natural boundary between the North and South of the country, and support a huge variety of plant and
wildlife, some of which is found nowhere else on Earth.
|Brahmaputra River|| Location: A river starting in China that flows east, then west and south through Bangladesh where it joins the Ganges River, together|
flows across southern Tibet to break through the Himalayas in great gorges .
|Chang Jiang River|| Location: The longest river in Asia; flows from the Xizang (Tibet) across China to the East China Sea.|
The longest river of China and of Asia, flowing about 5,551 km (3,450 mi) from Xizang (Tibet) to the East China Sea.
|Ganges River||Location & Description: A river that rises in the central Himalayas, flows eastward across norhtern India, and joins the Brahmaputra river; together they form a huge delta before entering the Bay of Bengal.|
|Huang He River|| Location: A Chinese river that rises in the Kunlun Mountains, flows east for about 30,000 miles, empties into the Yellow Sea.|
A river of northern China rising in the Kunlun Mountains and flowing about 4,827 km (3,000 mi)
|Indus River|| Location: A river that flows west and then south through Pakistan to the Arabian Sea.|
It is one of the world's longest rivers, with a length of 1,800 mi (2,900 km).
|Xi Jiang River|| Location:A river that flows through southeast China, joins the Pearl River and empties into the South China Sea.|
Long, rising in southeast China and flowing generally eastward to the South China Sea .
|Three Gorges Dam|| Location:Chang Jiang (Yangtze River)|
Description:A dam under construction in 2001 by China eventually it will span a valley more than one mile wide.
|Alluvial Plains|| Location: By the Ganges River|
Description: land that is rich farmland, composed of clay, silt, sand or gravel depositited by running water.
|Deccan Plateau|| Location: A large plateau in central India.|
|Indo-Gandetic Plain|| Location: A plain in northern India and Bangladesh that lies between the Deccan Plateau and the northern mountains.|
Description: Most heavily populated area in South Asia.
|Jakota Triangle|| Location: Japan, South Korea and Taiwan|
Description: A zone of prosperity during the 1980's and early 1990's- Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
|Kashmir|| Location: A territory located at the foot of the Himalayas in northern Pakistan, northern India and southwestern China.|
Description- A region of norhtern India and Pakistan over which several destructive wars have been fought.
|Pacific Rim||Description & Location- An economic and social region including the countries surrounding the Pacfic Ocean, extending clock-wise from New Zealand in the western Pacific to Chilie in the eastern Pacific and including te west coast of the United States.|
|Taklimakan Desert|| Location: A desert located in western China between the Tian and Kunln Mountains.|
Descriprion: 17th worlds larges desert in the world.
|Gobi Desert|| Location: A large desert that streches from northern China into Mongolia.|
Description: A prime area to find dinosaur fossils.
|Atoll|| Location: Some where around another chain of islands.|
Description:A ringlike coral island or sting of small islands surrounding the earth.
|subcontinent|| Location: Anywhere where there is land that is smaller than the land mass.|
Description:A land mass that is like a continent, only smaller, such as South Asia, which is called the Indian subcontinet.