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Latin America Review

QuestionAnswer
temperate grassland located in Argentina pampas
tropical grassland located in Colombia and Venezuela llanos
trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada NAFTA
a person of mixed European and native ancestry mestizo
large farm or ranch similar to a plantation owned by a rich landlord hacienda
when trees are cut down faster than they can grow back deforestation
when someone grows just enough food to live subsistence farming
an area around the Pacific Ocean where many plates meet and earthquakes and volcanoes are common Ring of Fire
crops that are grown for export such as sugar and cotton cash crops
a method of farming where farmers cut down trees then burn them to fertilize the soil slash and burn
a group of islands archipelago
mountains that run from Colombia to Argentina andes
river that runs through Brazil amazon
when people move into cities urbanization
when people leave an area looking for jobs push factor
Created by: keith.parker