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Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
Ch. 12, sec. 1 and 2
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  • 1. Chapter 12, Section 1
  • 2.  What is a peninsula?  A piece of land that is surrounded by water on 3 sides
  • 3. Scandinavian Peninsula
  • 4. • The Scandinavian Peninsula has a bunch of deep, U-shaped valleys, called fjords, that were carved out by ancient glaciers.
  • 5. Neuschwanstein Castle
  • 6. PyreneesMountains
  • 7. Apennine Mountains
  • 8. Balkan Mountains
  • 9. Danube River
  • 10. 1. Why is Europe called the “peninsula of peninsulas”?2. What two natural resources helped the UK to be a leading producer of steel?3. What is peat?4. How were fjords formed?5. Who brought Elephants to Europe? (beginning of chapter)6. Name the 5 peninsulas of Europe7. On average, does Europe have more or less agricultural land than the rest of the world? How much?
  • 11. Ch. 12, section 2
  • 12. • Europe is kept relatively warm due to wind and ocean currents bringing warmer tropical air north. • This is the North Atlantic Drift.
  • 13. Comparing ClimatesFargo, North Dakota and Paris, France
  • 14. • Mountain ranges tend to block some of the cold, dry winds from the north from affecting the Mediterranean region, but some parts without mountain cover still get it. • Mistral wind--- a cold, dry wind that affects Mediterranean France• Sometimes they also get the sirocco wind, a warm, dray wind sweeping in from North Africa.

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