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Southeast Asia Test Review
Based on the images below, what is the name of the conflict in Southeast Asia during the 1960s & 70s? Vietnam War
Why was the ASEAN Free Trade Area created? Trade leads to globalization
What does pure enterprise mean? Controlled By Supply and Demand
What is this agricultural practice? Is it modifying or adapting? Terracing - modifying
Singapore is an international port city – connecting the Indian and Pacific Oceans. How has this affected the region? Cultural diffusion
What are the 2 most widely practiced religions in Southeast Asia? Buddhism Islam
What are 3 hazards that the islands of Southeast Asia face? Why? tsunamis earthquakes volcanoes Plate tectonics
In Thailand, there is a movement to return to Buddhism in rural areas. Why is this idea being suggested? Social dislocation Cultural transformation Element of culture in Rural areas
What factor most contributes to the national boundaries of Indonesia? Natural ocean boundaries
Where would Singapore fall on the economic Spectrum? D Also known as Free enterprise
The economic policies in Southeast Asia have changed in the last decade. Why? ASEAN Members Increased trade -> Less government control
Kombai tribe What farming practice would the Kombai use? Subsistence farming
Which of the following would the Kombai not do? Store water in shells Build a road in the forest Live in the trees to avoid mosquitos Chop wood with a stone axe Build a road
How do tribes and government disagree on the use of forests? Kombai The Kombai depend On forest for Survival – while Government Sees the trees As economic resource
How is the fishing practice of stunning fish with cyanide having a negative effect in Southeast Asia? Introducing poison to a Organisms in the ocean
Why does over fishing occur? Demand by consumers
Which of the following nations most needs to regulate fishing practices? Why? Laos Thailand Cambodia Indonesia Indonesia – island nation – Fishing industry essential
What factor explains the location of these cities? Port cities for trade
The Indonesian government is managing the location of the timber industries. What areas are being targeted? densely Forested regions
Pol Pot committed atrocities again the people of what country? Cambodia
Unit 12 Thinkers 1. Which driving force is leading to destructive fishing practices in Southeast Asia? Free Market Consumer Demand 2. Which nation most.
South, East and Southeast Asia 4 th 9 Weeks Final Exam.
Southeast Asia Countries Vietnam Laos Cambodia Thailand Myanmar Malaysia Indonesia Philippines Brunei East Timor Singapore In the previous unit we studied:
Southeast Asia Countries Vietnam Laos Cambodia Thailand Myanmar Malaysia Indonesia Philippines Brunei East Timor In the previous unit we studied: _____________.
Southeast Asia F Ten Geographic Qualities F Physical Geography F Cultural Geography F Regions & States.
Southeast Asia Myanmar Thailand Laos Cambodia Vietnam Indonesia Philippines Malaysia Brunei Singapore.
Southeast Asia. SE Asia includes: China Japan North & South Korea Taiwan The Philippines Mongolia Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Cambodia Myanmar (Burma)
1 South Asia – Ch 30 & 31 Cultural Geography & Life.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Geography Economy Government Culture.
Southeast Asia, Oceania, Antarctica. Subregions Southeast Asia Islands of Oceania Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica.
Southeast Asia Notes. Physical Geography Tsunamis, Typhoons, Cyclones, Earthquakes, Volcanoes Many people live along waterways Volcanic islands have best.
Southeast Asia. Where is Southeast ASIA??
Taiwan, North and South Korea Southeast Asia SOL Review.
Southeast Asia. Ten Geographical Features 1.Land is fragmented into numerous peninsulas & islands 2.Cultural Fragmentation (languages and religions.
Southeast Asia Land, Economy, and People. Landforms Many of the islands in SE Asia are made up of archipelago’s. Many of the islands in SE Asia are made.
Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answer. Southeast Asia 25 __ 1.slab of rock that makes up the earth’s crust __ 2.strip of.
1. Many Countries in Asia have arable land that is good for farming. 2. Tropical crops are grown in countries with tropical climate zones 3. Rice is the.
C.J. Cox Instructor. Southeast Asia Ten Geographic Qualities Physical Geography Cultural Geography Regions & States.
Semester Exam Review. What are the 3 different types of plate movements? ◦ Divergent (pulls apart) ◦ Convergent ◦ Transform.
C.J. Cox Instructor. Southeast Asia F Ten Geographic Qualities F Physical Geography F Cultural Geography F Regions & States.
Physical Geography of Southeast Asia ©2012, TESCCC World Geography Unit 12, Lesson 01.
Southeast Asia China and India have influenced Southeast Asia.
South, Southeast, and East Asia. Physical Characteristics Mountains influence the region Mountains influence the region population settlement patterns.
The Economy and Environment. Fertile plains and river valleys major source of agriculture Agriculture is the leading economic activity Rice main.
Southeast Asia “Crossroads of Asia” - Chapter 14:iii - [Image source:
SOUTHEAST ASIA. Physical Geography of Southeast Asia South of China, East of India, North of Australia Two main chunks – Indochina Peninsula Malay Archipelago.
Southeast Asia. Countries of Southeast Asia: Brunei Cambodia Indonesia Laos Malaysia Burma (Myanmar) The Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam.
Southeast Asia Test Review. Physical Geography of Southeast Asia Landforms The 11 countries of Southeast Asia can be divided into two areas: the mainland.
WG SE ASIA VOCAB (UNIT 10). SE ASIA GEOGRAPHY Group of islands: archipelago System of parallel mountain ranges: cordillera Island: insular.
Southeast Asia Population Geography Notes. Population Characteristics Southeast Asia has more than 520 million people They are the descendants of indigenous.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, commonly abbreviated ASEAN in English, is the official language. It is a geo- political and economic organization.
SOUTHEAST ASIA: Overview E. J. PALKA. Physical Geography.
Kingdoms of Southeast Asia & Korea Chapter 12 Section 5.
South, Southeast, and East Asia. Physical Characteristics Mountains influence the region population settlement patterns ability of people to move.
Ch 3 Review Physical Geography of SoutheastAsia. Key Terms 1. a level field that is flooded to grow rice.
PHYSICAL FEATURES of EAST and SOUTHEAST ASIA. 1-How have tectonic plate movements affected the physical geography of East Asia? Tectonic plate movements.
Twenty Questions Subject: Chapter 33 & 34 Twenty Questions
Unit 5 Test Review. Remember… To ask yourself which of the answers is actually supported by the map, graph, chart or passage If an answer is partially.
Southeast Asia Section 1 Objective 1: To summarize the political boundaries of South East Asian countries. Objective 2: To explain how the environment.
SOUTHEAST ASIA: Overview E. J. PALKA. © 2009, TESCCC World Geography, Unit 11, Lesson 1 MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC QUALITIES Fragmented region: numerous island.
Southeast Asia. Khmer Empire An empire that included much of present-day Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, and part of Laos. At its peak from A.D
Southeast Asia Today Section 3 Objective 1: Identify major cultural trends in Southeast Asia. Objective 2: Explain religion in the region. Objective 3:
East Asia Test Review. How did the Silk Road affect East Asia? Cultural Diffusion.
Southeast Asia ECONOMICS & DEVELOPMENT. Economics & Development Agriculture is the leading economic activity in Southeast Asia Countries are industrializing.
Become an expert on Southeast Asia. Gulf of Thailand Body of water bordering southern Thailand.
East, South, and Southeast Asia. REGIONS OF ASIA.
Southeast Asia Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam MYANMAR (BURMA)
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