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What change in European society has caused the shift from agriculture in the Ruhr valley. Industrialization led to the need for coal
In recent decades, what is the main pull factor for immigration to Europe? Economic Opportunities
Eastern Europe has a variety of languages. How does this most affect them? Makes unification difficult
Why does France limit foreign movies? (Hint: pictures) To prevent a loss of French culture
Since 1990, what factor contributed most to creation of national boundaries in European countries? a)Religion b)Ethnicity c)Political Parties d)Economics Ethnicity
Federalism in the United States is compared to what in Europe? Supranationalism
What most influences the marine west coast climate of Europe? Prevailing winds off the Atlantic Ocean
Use the picture/graph to explain the Mediterranean climate in Europe Warm, dry summers
What region in Europe is the least developed? Eastern Europe Bulgaria, Albania…etc
These pictures demonstrate European nations use of technology on the environment. What are they? What do they do? Polders – reclaim land from the sea
Where on the economic spectrum would France be located? France
What factor contributed most to the partitioning of Yugoslavia? Marinating Cultural identities
What is this technology used for? Which European country began using this 40 years ago? Desalination – cleans the water
Which major religion is growing in European countries? Islam
How did the Roman empire affect European religion? Most of Europe is either catholic or some form of a Christian religion
Why had Spain experienced terrorism? Desire for independence Political separation
Is this terrorism? Why? Unexpected Involved civilians
These 3 European countries have benefited from voting rules in the European Union. Name them. Cyprus, Luxembourg and Malta
Based on the population density map, does Spain or Germany have the higher population density? Germany
Along the Atlantic Ocean, the demand for high speed transportation is increasing. What do the rails connect? Capital Cities
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