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Study Guide for Test: Where Do Most People in Southeast Asia Live? SS7G11a. Describe the impact climate and location has on population distribution in Southern and Eastern Asia. b. Describe how the mountain, desert, and water features of Southern and Eastern Asia have affected the population in terms of where people live, the types of work they do, and how they travel.
1.The climate of India is affected by seasonal winds called Monsoons 2.Where do most of the people of India live? Along the great rivers and fertile valleys 3.What is the best way to describe the climate of China? Combination 4.Where do most Chinese live? Area of the country with milder climates
5.Which has a major effect on the climate of Japan? Ocean currents 6.What is the best way to describe the climate and geography of North Korea? Mountainous and cool 7.Which type of climate makes Vietnam ideal for growing rice? Warm and tropical 8.How have the mountain ranges in northern India affected the country’s development? The mountain ranges have often protected India from northern invaders.
9.Why do so many of the people of India live in the Ganges River Valley? The river provides fertile soil for farming. 10.Why do most of the people of North Korea live in the western half of the country? The area has more farmland and fewer mountains. 11.Why do almost 25% of the people in South Korea live in and around Seoul? The city provides markets, jobs, and education not available in rural areas. 12.How have the farmers of Japan been able to raise crops in land that is very mountainous? They have built farming terraces along the mountain slopes.
13.How do the Japanese feed their people with so little good farmland? The Japanese depend on fishing and imported food. 14.Which is an example of a natural resource? Deposit of coal