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ASIA - BY YAMUNA ARAMBEALE
Transcript of ASIA - BY YAMUNA ARAMBEALE
- Deciduous Forest has four distinct seasons
- Coniferous/Taiga forest has a snoy winter and warmer summer
- Alpine/Mountain has cold, windy nd snoy climate
- Rainforest has a high temperature and high rainfall throughout the year
- Desert has a warm to high temperature with very little rainfall
- Tundra has a winter that is cold and summer that is warm with little rain
- Grassland has hot summers and cold inters above average rainfall
- Savanna has a very high temperature all year around with rain during summer. VEGETATION'S * Alpine/Mountain & Tundra has only short grasses and shrubs
* The Desert region has plants that can survive the arid conditions such as cacti
* The Coniferous forest contains trees such as pine, fir and spruce
* The Deciduous forest includes tall and short trees, shrubs, small plants and mosses
* The Grassland/Savanna has large open areas of tall and short grasses
* The Rainforest has jungles of dense and wet forests. THE RIVERS * The Ganges is the most sacred river of Hindus in India.
* Lena is the east most Siberian river.
* Indus starts in Tibet, runs through India and Pakistan.
* Mekong is the world's 10th longest and 7th largest river in Asia. Runs through Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia to the sea.
* Yangtze is the longest river in Asia. It's riverbank is home to one third of China's population The topic of this presentation resource is The Planet Earth. At the beginning of this assignment we arranged ourselves into teams of four and five. All teams are to actively collaborate online, this is to make the most of social collaboration and gather a larger variety of credible information. As a team we have split our topic of The Planet Earth, into sub topics which included the countries of Australia, Asia, Africa and America. The themes we have chosen for these topics are seasons, animals, vegetation's, and rivers. Our goal is to successfully research these sub topics and themes using credible information. We have now presented this information using the online publishing tool 'Prezi' which we believe is easy to access and navigate. ANIMALS * The north regions are rich in Brown Bear, Otter, Lynx, Sable and Birds.
* Wild Sheep and goats are found in the highland.
* Tibet is famous for the wild Yaks.
*South West Asia is scarce of wildlife except for Jackals and Hyenas.
* In the East and South East Asia there are Monkeys, Indian tigers, Birds, Snakes and Lizards.
* The Asian Lion, The Asian Elephant, The Tapir and The Anteater are the more popular and endangered species. THE REFERENCES * World Atlas - Explore your world
* Natural History on the net
* Asia - Vegetation and Society - Encyclopedia Britannica
* Asia- Animal life - Encyclopedia Britannica
* Asia - Climate - Encyclopedia Britannica
* Mekong River - Encyclopedia Britannica
* Ganges River - Encyclopedia Britannica
* Indus River - Encyclopedia Britannica
* Yangtze River -Encyclopedia Britannica