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S.S. Unit IV

Social Studies 7

referring to ever green trees that have their seeds in cones Coniferous
The region of Northern Europe's highest peak in the Alps in France (15,771 ft.) Mont Blane
A major fuel source because it is cheap. Burns poorly. Causes major pollution in Europe. Lignite Coal
Rain made of: chemicals, burned oil, car exhaust fumes, and/or coal. Can make trees vulnerable to insects and disease. Acid Rain
a cold dry wind from the north Mistral
Mountains of South Central Europe. Pyrenees
International agreement to limit the out put of preen house gases Kyoto Treaty
High latitude, short cool summers, long cold winters, precipitation varies. Tundra
one of Europe's LARGEST rivers. Also important for transporting goods. Danube
A large island in Italy. Sicily
It's hot and dry in the summer and mild and went in the winter. Mediterranean climate.
European Islands in the Mediterranean Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Crete, Cyprus
What are most European countries near? near body of water- oceans and seas
The main fuel of European industry in the 1800's Coal
Attributes of the Northern European Plain Coast line, few land locked countries when the countries are near water. Europeans have developed sailing and fishing skills, rolling land, isolated hills, minerals of coal iron and ore. Densely populated
Europe's most productive oil fields Beneath the North Sea in areas controlled by the UK and Norway
Acid rain Rain with car fumes chemicals and other things mixed in.
Abundance and variety of Europe's natural resources marble,fish,forestland,trees,fertile soil, and oats and grains
Climate of Northwestern and Central Europe Marine west coast with mild temperatures
Europe's most forested areas Sweden Finland and Norway
Effect of Pyrenees on inland Spain's climate The Pyrenees block chilly northern winds from reaching Spain and Italy The climate of Inland Spain is hot,dry,and brown
Chunnel 31 mile tunnel under the English Channel.
Byzantine Empire Eastern part of the Roman empire
Rome (Republic BC) Capital of Italy. Began as monarchy, but later changed to a republic.
Cervantes A writer, poet, novelist
London's population(compared to rest of Europe) higher population LARGEST urban area on the globe.
Athens home to the first? Democracy
Pax Romania A time of peace and artistic growth
Venice/Renaissance Merchants in Venice had gained wealth through trade with Asia, and use the wealth to support scholars and artists
Palestine/crusades Muslims gained control of palestine alarming christians who considered this the holyland later the muslams eventually captures back most of the region.
Aristotle one of the city states greatest thinkers.
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