Challenge A Geography Terms Fall Week 11

международное сотрудничество – international cooperation
Tin Bigha Corridor – A strip of land belonging to India on the West Bengal-Bangladesh border, which in September, 2011, was leased to Bangladesh so that it can access its Dahagram-Angarpota enclaves.
Agricultural revolution – the development of farming
Resources – A source of supply, support, or aid
How did Arab Spring begin? – It began in 2010 when a Tunisian citizen set himself on fire due to harassment from the government.
Globe – Round model of Earth:true land shape, distance, and directions, difficult to carry
ford – A shallow place in a body of water as a stream, where a crossing can be made without a boat.
Antartica – A land of very cold and ice
South Pole – 90 degrees furthest point South.
Elevation maps – Shows the heights of mountains and other major landforms
overthrow of the government

… – coup

Temp Controls- Latitude – Low latitude receives more intense radiation throughout the year. Temps are warm near equator
Ganges – A river in India that flows into the Bay of Bengal; in Hinduism, it is known as a sacred river.
metabolism – the chemical reactions occurring within an organism that enable the organism to use energy and grow and repair cells
Ganges – A river in India that flows into the Bay of Bengal; in Hinduism, it is known as a sacred river.
Migration – Relocating from one place to another

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