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|What is Outer China made of?
|Made of mountains, plateaus and deserts
|What is the climate and geography in the Tibet- Qinghai Plateau?
|High elevation and it is cold and dry
|Is there more people in Inner China or Outer China
|What landmarks reside on the Tibet-Qinghai Plaeau
|The Huang He and Chang Jiang Rivers begin in this area
|What is considered one of the most dangerous deserts?
|The Taklamakan Desert
|Where can greenery be found in the The Taklamakan Desert?
|Near an oases
|What are the Gobi deserts surroundings like?
|The ground is mostly stony and rocky
|What is the vegetation like in the Gobi Desert?
|Sparse, spaced out, and in small amounts
|What is the Northeastern Plain mainly made up of?
|Low hills and plains
|What was the Northeastern Plain good for?
|Why wasn't the Northeastern Plain good for growing crops?
|Because it was too cold and dry
|Why is there more people living in Inner China
|Rivers enrich the soil making it good for growing crops
|What are the 2 main regions in Inner China?
|The North China Plain and the The Chang Jiang Basins
|What is a good feature of Inner China?
|It has a lot of rivers running through it
|What makes the North China Plain good for growing crops?
|The silt from the Huang He river makes the land around it makes the land very fertile
|What is the geography of the North China Plain?
|Very flat land
|What crops grows well in the Chang Jiang Basins and why
|Rice, because it needs moisture and warmth
|What are the Chang Jiang Basins geography
|Low, wet coastal plains
|What is the Chang Jiang Basins most important feature
|The rivers running through it
|What is the climate in the Chang Jiang Basin
|Warn and wet
|What kept Inner China isolated?
|Mountains, plateaus, cold climate, and deserts
|How did the earliest inhabitants in China live
|They fished, probably made fire, built tools, hunted, and gathering
|When people began farming they mostly settled in...
|Inner China on the North China Plain
|What did people grow in the Northwestern Desert
|Cotton, winter wheat, and maize