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What kind of land covers much of Southwest Asia? Desert
Name one major desert of Southwest Asia. Rub al-Kahali
Name a sea of Southwest Asia. Red Sea, Black Sea, Capain Sea, Arabian Sea, or Mediterranean Sea
Name one mountain range in Southwest Asia. Zagos or Elburz mountains
What are the two most important natural resources in Southwest Asia? petroleum and water
Why are irrigation systems important in Southwest Asia? Irrigation is the important because much of Southwest Asia receives less than 10 inches of rain annually.
What are three major ways that people use the land in Southwest Asia? agriculture, nomadic herding, and producing oil
What are some commercial farm products of Southwest Asia? citrus fruits, cotton, peanuts, sugar cane, wheat, barley, sugar beets, olives, corn