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World Geo. vocab

Southeast Asia, Oceania, and Antarctica

the group of islands in the pacific, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia Oceania
pacific islands created by volcanoes High Island
pacific islands made of coral reefs Low Island
a long chain of coral reefs and islands along Australia's Northeast coast Great Barrier Reef
dry unpopulated inland region of Australia Outback
a ring like island made from the top of submerged volcanoes or made from coral Atoll
was a powerful mandala that lasted roughly from the 9th to the 15th centuries in what is now Cambodia Khmer Empire
a french colony comprised of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam; it won its independence from France in 1954 Indochina
the Association of Southeast Asia Nations, an alliance that promotes economic growth and peace in the area ASEAN
a region in Oceania meaning tiny islands Micronesia
a region in Oceania meaning black islands Melanesia
a region in Oceania meaning many islands Polynesia
the original settlers of Australia, they came from Asia Aboriginal people
the original settlers of New Zealand, they came from Polynesia Maori
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