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Geographic Understandings To play the game, go to the next slide and click on an point value to go to a question. To go to final Wrap-Up click on Final Wrap-Up at the bottom of the main screen.
Reading a Map Physical Features Climate Environmental Issues Vocabulary Natural Resources
Team 1Team 2Team 3Team 4 Team 5 Wager board
What river is labeled as #11?
score board Yangtze River
What geographic feature is labeled as #4?
Himalayan Mountains score board
What body of water is labeled as #12?
South China Sea score board
What number marks the Mekong River?
What waterway is labeled as #1?
Bay of Bengal score board
What is India’s most famous river?
Ganges River score board
What mountain range forms the southern border of China?
Himalayans score board
What two deserts are found in China?
Gobi and Taklimakan score board
What river begins in the Tibet Plateau and runs south until it empties into the South China Sea?
Mekong River score board
What river is called the Yellow River?
Huang He score board
What are the two most important minerals found in South and North Korea?
Zinc and lead score board
How have the Japanese created farmland in mountainous regions?
They have terraced the land. score board
Why does Japan import large quantities of fuel?
Japan has no oil or gas. score board
What fossil fuel is mined in North Korea, South Korea, India, and China?
Coal score board
Which country in this region has the fewest natural resources?
Japan score board
What is the best way to describe the climate of China?
It has nearly every type of climate. score board
What geographical feature has a major impact on the climate of Japan?
Ocean currents score board
What type of climate makes Vietnam an ideal location for growing rice?
Tropical score board
What seasonal winds affect the climate of India?
Monsoons score board
What are two geographical features that affect climate?