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HUMAN ENVIROMENT INTERACTION
Transcript of HUMAN ENVIROMENT INTERACTION
Plateau OF Tibet
The Ganges River
HUMAN ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION
IN INDIA PEOPLE BATH IN THE GANGES RIVER (~ Early History)
IN JAPAN PEOPLE MINE FOR STEEL, FARM RICE, AND FISH (~ 500 C.E - 1500 C.E )
IN CHINA FACTORIES RELEASE HIGH AMOUNTS OF CARBON DIOXIDE ( ~ Modern Times)
(39°N,116°E) - Southeast of Mongolia, in China ,and west of North Korea.
(28°N,46°E) - East of Pakistan, in India, and west of Nepal.
(24°N,46°E) - West of the Persian Gulf, in Saudi Arabia , and north of Yemen.
(47°N,103°E) - South of Russia, in Mongolia, and west of Qiqihar.
(55°N,37°E) - Southeast of St.Petersburg , in Russia, and directly north of Tula .
Central Asia - Central Asia is
rugged and dry because of that farming is difficult in this region.
Southwest Asia - Southwest Asia is mostly desert. It has the richest oil reserves in the world.
East Asia - East Asia has cold winter's and warm summers, this is why there is intensive agriculture.
North Asia - North Asia has a diverse climate because of the monsoons in this region. Also because the Ural River and Ural mountains serve as a geographical border.
Southeastern Asia - Southeastern Asia lacks mountain ranges and is similar in the way that large bodies of water surround the land and impact the culture.
Great Wall of China
Uttar State Pradesh
Mount Nemrot (In the village of Karadut in the Kahta Province Adlyaman)
Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park
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