Table of Contents
- 1 How are the landforms of the region and advantage and disadvantage to life in Europe?
- 2 How might the climate and vegetation of Latin America have affected migration settlement and ways of life?
- 3 What are the 5 regions of Europe?
- 4 Which resource is most abundant in Latin America?
- 5 How are the landforms of Latin America an advantage and disadvantage?
- 6 Why is South America called the land of extremes?
How are the landforms of the region and advantage and disadvantage to life in Europe?
A: The landforms of Europe are an advantage as these landforms affect the climate in their favor. However, the mountains and uplands, for example, may be viewed as walls because they separate groups of people. They also cause difficulties for people, goods, and ideas to move easily from one place to another.
What 4 types of landforms are found in Latin America?
Mountains and Highlands Its highlands, lowlands, rain forests, and plains are bounded by the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean Sea. The mountains of Latin America form one of the great ranges of the world.
How might the climate and vegetation of Latin America have affected migration settlement and ways of life?
How might the climate and vegetation of Latin America have affected migration settlement, and ways of life? Rainforests contain many exotic plants and creatures that might eat their crops that they try to grow. What is the world’s largest waterfall?
What type of landforms are found in South America?
South America can be divided into three physical regions: mountains and highlands, river basins, and coastal plains. Mountains and coastal plains generally run in a north-south direction, while highlands and river basins generally run in an east-west direction.
What are the 5 regions of Europe?
- Eastern Europe.
- Western Europe.
- Northern Europe.
- Southern Europe.
- Central Europe.
What are the most famous physical features of Europe?
The region includes the mountains of the Alps, Pyrenees, Apennines, Dinaric Alps, Balkans, and Carpathians. High elevations, rugged plateaus, and steeply sloping land define the region. Europes highest peak, Mount Elbrus (5,642 meters/18,510 feet), is in the Caucasus mountains of Russia.
Which resource is most abundant in Latin America?
Oil is the most abundant resource in Latin America (north of the equator.) Mexico and Venezuela have the most of this resource.
What are the two main subregions of Latin America?
Three sub-regions can be clearly differentiated: South America, Central America (including Mexico) and the Caribbean.
How are the landforms of Latin America an advantage and disadvantage?
How are the landforms of the region both and advantage and disadvantage? the mountains provide protection for settlements but made it hard to cross the continents; the rivers also made traveling difficult. The landforms also resulted in rich soil that is good for planting and grazing and lots of natural resources.
What are the three main climate zones in the moderate region?
According to the three cell convection model of each hemisphere the Earth neatly separates itself into three distinct climate zones; the polar, temperate, and the tropical zones.
Why is South America called the land of extremes?
In geographic terms, it has some of the hottest, driest deserts in the world (the Atacama and Sonoran deserts) while having the largest rain-forest in the world (the Amazon). This too applies to several other physical features.
What are the main religions in South America?
Religion in South America has been a major influence on art, culture, philosophy and law. Christianity is the main religion, with Roman Catholics having the most adherents. Sizeable minorities of non-religious people and adherents of other religions are also present.