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Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
Chile Bolivia
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Chile Bolivia

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  • 1. Bolivia South America’s poorest country. A wide variety of landforms, from rainforests to high plains.
  • 2. Altiplano Meaning “High Plain” in Spanish, one of the highest plateau areas in the world. How does this affect the climate?
  • 3. Puno, Peru, is one of larger cities of the Altiplano.
  • 4. Road of Death
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  • 8. Most Bolivians live in the remote altiplano, and are either Native American or Mestizo.
  • 9. Why have Bolivians been able to maintain their traditional lifestyles?
  • 10. La Paz - The world’s highest capital city.
  • 11. Although Bolivia is rich in resources, the average Bolivian makes less than $3,000/year. Why?
  • 12. Chile One of South America’s most developed nations. Most of Chile is mountainous. Which mountains?
  • 13. Atacama The driest place on earth.
  • 14. Moon Valley . What two factors make the Atacama so dry?
  • 15. Parinacota Volcano in northern Chile Volcanoes are found throughout Chile. Why?
  • 16. Mining - provides the backbone of Chile’s economy. Chile is responsible for over a third of world's copper production Why is copper important?
  • 17. Elqui Valley in north-central Chile. Conguillo National Park in south-central Chile. Agriculture Only 9% of Chile’s land is arable . What does this mean?
  • 18. What are signs of development here?

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