___ percent of Europe's population is christian.
_____ has the lowest level of development.
Europe is the world's largest ______?
North Atlantic Drift
The _____ _____ ___ is a current of warm water from the tropics that helps to moderate Europe's Climate.
Norway is known for its ______, which are narrow inlets of the sea.
most europeans live in _____?
Europe's coastline is made up of many ______?
The Danube River runs east to west and passes through ___ capitals?
The meseta is the central plateau in the country of _____?
Europe's newest and largest mountain range is the ____?
_______ language groups are spoken in much of Eastern Europe?
____ _____ results when factory emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen mix with water
The ________ lasted from teh 14th through 16th centuries and was a time of renewed intrest in learning the arts.
Rome was a _____, a government in which citizens elect reps to rule in their name
During the _______, many christians broke away from the Catholic church and started protestant churches
The city state of _____ developed the first democracy
Russia/ Soviet Union
After World War 2, ________ refused to withdraw from Eastern Europe
_________ is the process of a region breaking up into small, mutually hostile unit.
"Silicon Glen" is located in the country of ____?
Greenland is the largest ___ in the world
Who invented the Kayak?
Igloos are an ____ invention
The Inuit called Greenland "The land of ______"????
_____ are light and portable tents made of felt stretched around a wooden frame
The Silk Road was a 4000 mile caravan route between China and ????????
The ____ religion is strong in Central Asia
For decades, Russia and the Republics were part of???
_____ ______ is the deepest lake in the worl.
The area between teh Black Sea and the Caspian Sea is called?????
_______ _______ was the leader of the Russian Revolution
_______ ________ was elected president of Russia in the year 2000
Southwest Asia's greatest natural resource is??????
Christianity, Juddism, Islam
Which religions were founded in Southwest Asia?
What is the most widely practiced religion in Southwest Asia?
Jews and Muslims
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict involves which two religious groups?
Which Middle Eastern country is known to have enriched uranium and may be developing nuclear weapons?
The Persian Gulf War started as a result of Iraq invading??????
what is the main tourist attraction in Nepal???
Muslim, Hinduism, Buddhism
List the 3 major religions in this South Asia???
Bhutan's dominant religion is??????
The Maldives is considered an archipelago because it has many???????
Bangladesh was known as _____ ______ before 1971
What is the official language of India????
The Introduction of new farming techniques and higher- yield grain is called the?????
Bangalore is the center of India's _____ industry
The development of _____ ______ in 1998 made the dispute between Pakistan and India more dangerous
The city Bangalore, India is compared to?????
A worker in Bangalore makes a salary that is ____ that of an American worker doing the same job.
What city is the home of the Taj Mahal?
The British ruled India for 200 years and created an elaborate _____ system.
over 1 billion
What is the population of India?
Over one third of India's population lives on the _____ river.
The economic activity that predominates in South Asia is????
Islands that are low-lying tops of submerged volcanoes are called???
The region claimed by both India and Pakistan is called??
Seasonal winds that blow from the oceans in summer and from the interior of the Asian continent in winter in India are called????
non violent resisteance
what tactic did Gandhi use to press for Idian independence????
In what year did Great Britain partition India and grant them independence??????
India and Nepal
In which countries of South Asia is Hinduism the dominant religion
Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Maldives
In which countries of South Asia is Islam the dominant religion?
The caste system in India places ppl in social classes according to their?????????????????/
The three great rivers of South Asia have their orgins in??????
______ are major export products from China to the U.S.
Chinese traditional medicines
_________to provied health care to its people.
gunpowder. paper, printing, fireworks, compass rose, porcealin
One important important Chinese invention was????????
Japan's education system differs from that of the US in what it is??????????
________ were professional soldiers who served the intrestes of landowners and clan chiefs in Japan.
the basis of Mongolia's economy is?????????????/
All of Southeast Asia has a ______ _______ climate.
Japanese have practiced the ______ religion since before the introduction of Buddhism.
Mongols and Invaders
The Great Wall of China was built as protection from?????????
___ ____ was the leader of the communist who defeated the Nationalists in the Civil War following World War 2.
The Huang He is called "China's Sorrow" because of its terrible????????
_____ is the most developed country in East Asia.
The East Asian Country with the lowest level of development is????????
Before 1997, Hong Kong had been a colony of????????
3 gorges dam
What is the enormous dam being built on the Chang Jiang River in China???
Form the 8th century until the mid 1800s, Japan was ruled by??????????????
North and South Korea are divided by what imaginary line????
The rule of a family over a period of time is called a?????????
the largest city and major port in China??????
China is home to _______ people - 1/5 of the world's population.
East Asia has approximately times the population of the U.S.
Taoism is based on the teachings of?????????
China's rich soils and _______ helped them to be self-sufficient in agriculture.
Anti-American protests arose in China in 1999 as a result of an?????????
Another subject causing tension between China and the U.S. involves the U.S, support of??????????
Which religion was founded in Ancient Japan?
What religion contains four noble truths????????
Buddhism, Shintoism, Confucianism, Taoism
What religions were founded before 1 A.D.??????
The Japanese Islands were formed as a result of????????
What are caused by underwater earthquakes??????
The first person to reach the South Pole was????????
Australians imported _____ to control the rabbit population.
Islam is widely practiced in which of the following????????
How many countries have claimed territory in Antarctica???
fishing and tourism
Subsistence agriculture and ______ & ______ form the basis of Oceania's economy????
China and _____ have exerted the greatest cultural influences in Southeast Asia.
White Australians tried to end the _______ race in Australia in 1930s
Most ocean reefs are made of what????
Great Barrier Reef
The _______ ______ ______ in Austrailia is in danger due to ship accidents, runoff, dredging, and high salinity levels.
The new industry associated with the reef is??????????
This activity digs path through coral?????????
What percent of the world's coral reefs are already destroyed???
Surface water that dumps pollution into the ocean is called???
The British policy of _______ ______ took Aboriginal land without making treaties with their leaders.
The _____ case overturned the British policy of taking Aboriginal land without making treaties.
How many islands make up Indonesia?
What is the population of Indonesia?
Oceania is comprised of Micronesia, Melanesia, and????????