Chapter 3 Southeast Asia Key Terms from Prentice Hall World Studies Asia Book
from Prentice Hall World Studies Asia book
A level field that's flooded to grow rice, especially in Asia.
Raising crops and livestock for sale on the local or world market.
Farming that provides only enough food for a family or village
Region that lies east of the Indian subcontinent and south of China.
Southeast Asia's mainland that juts south from the main area of Asia.
Much of mainland Southeast Asia is covered by ______ mountains
Most people in Southeast Asia live in narrow _____ ______ between mountain ranges.
Indian and Pacific
Islands of Southeast Asia extend east and west between these oceans.
The Ring of Fire
A region of volcanoes and earthquakes surrounding the Pacific Ocean
Volcanic Islands and Peninsula
Two major landforms in the region.
Major land use in this region.
Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia
The six mainland countries.
Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, Phillipines
The 5 Island Countries.
Capital of Indonesia
Capital of Phillipines
Capital of Thailand
Capital of Vietnam
Because of it's climate Southeast Asia is covered with...
Shelter, Irrigation Pipes, ropes, bridges
4 Uses for bamboo
Main vegetation in Southeast Asia
Coffee, Tea, Rubber
Cash crops in Southeast Asia