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Religions of South Asia - geography.

Religions of South Asia - geography. Religions of South Asia South Asia was the birthplace of many of the world's religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and less widespread faiths such as Jainism and Sikhism. All of these religions seek escape from the cycle of rebirth. Today the region is also home to millions of Muslims and Christians. There are also more than...

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Religions of South America - geography.

Religions of South America - geography. Religions of South America The Roman Catholic Christianity of South America's Spanish and Portuguese colonists predominates across most of the continent, yet there is surprising religious diversity. Indigenous peoples still practice their ancient religions in the continent's interior, and the descendants of African slaves still practice African-derived religions in Brazil. The southern third of the continent--including...

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Religions of Oceania - geography.

Religions of Oceania - geography. Religions of Oceania This vast region--stretching from Australia to the islands of the central Pacific Ocean--is home to hundreds of distinct ethnic groups. Before the arrival of European colonizers and missionaries 200 to 300 years ago, each of these peoples practiced a unique indigenous religion that was handed down from generation to generation. Today, while indigenous religion......

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Religions of North America - geography.

Religions of North America - geography. Religions of North America Christian European colonists conquered and settled North America beginning 500 years ago, and Christianity still prevails across most of the continent. Religions of the United States and Canada Protestant Christians form a majority in the United States and Canada, but sizable Roman Catholic minorities exist throughout both countries. Catholics form a solid...

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Religions of Middle East - geography.

Religions of Middle East - geography. Religions of Southwest Asia Middle East was the birthplace of three of the world's major religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. These religions all profess monotheism--the belief that there is a single god--and both Christianity and Islam draw on the more ancient traditions of Judaism. Today most of the region's people are Muslims, but significant minorities practice...

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Religions of Europe and Northern Asia - geography.

Religions of Europe and Northern Asia - geography. Religions of Europe and Northern Asia Throughout most of Europe and northern Asia, Christianity is the predominant religion. Christians all acknowledge Jesus Christ, a prophetic figure, as a divine savior. Over the centuries, disagreements over belief and practice have divided the religion into three main branches: Protestantism, Catholicism, and Eastern Orthodoxy. Each of...

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Religions of East Asia - geography.

Religions of East Asia - geography. Religions of East Asia Most East Asians combine Buddhism--a religion that originated in South Asia (see Religions of South Asia Map Trek)--with religious traditions that arose locally. The prevailing form of Buddhism in this region is Mahayana Buddhism, which differs from Theravada Buddhism (see Religions of Southeast Asia Map Trek) in its belief that bodhisattvas (enlightened......

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Religions of Central Asia - geography.

Religions of Central Asia - geography. Religions of Central Asia The peoples of Central Asia have adopted the religions of their neighbors to the south and west and have adapted those religions to their own cultures. The Turkic and Iranian peoples of western Central Asia are overwhelmingly Sunni Muslims (see Religions of Southwest Asia Map Trek), while the Tibetans and Mongolians...

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Religions of Africa - geography.

Religions of Africa - geography. Religions of Africa Three religious forces have helped shape modern Africa. The oldest of these are Africa's indigenous religions. In fact, most of the hundreds of peoples of Africa have their own religious traditions. In some areas, these traditions still predominate. Elsewhere, two more recent arrivals, Christianity and Islam, claim larger followings. However, people who identify themselves...

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Monsoons: July Precipitation - geography.

Monsoons: July Precipitation - geography. Mumbai, India Monsoons are seasonal winds that blow onto a continent in summer and off of it in winter. Carrying moist ocean air, the summer monsoon produces abundant rainfall over the continent. The monsoon pattern is especially strong over the Indian Ocean and the continents that surround it. During summer in the Northern Hemisphere, the sun...

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Midlatitude Summer Rain - geography.

Midlatitude Summer Rain - geography. Beijing, China In the midlatitudes, precipitation in the continental interiors is often heaviest during summer. This is especially true in East Asia. During summer in the Northern Hemisphere, intense heating creates rising air and a strong low-pressure system over South Asia. This low pressure draws moist Pacific Ocean air into the contin......

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Arctic Summer Rain - geography.

Arctic Summer Rain - geography. Barrow, Alaska The Arctic and Antarctic regions generally receive little precipitation (see Arctic and Antarctic Deserts Map Trek). The frigid polar air holds very little moisture, and it tends to form ridges of high pressure that hold off warmer, moister air from areas closer to the Equator. Because the Antarctic ice sheet remains cold year-round (see...

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Rain Shadows - geography.

Rain Shadows - geography. Santa Cruz, California During January, westerly winds send moist Pacific air toward the California coast (see Mediterranean Winter Rain Map Trek). As this moist air approaches the coast, it rises over the Santa Cruz Mountains. The air cools as it ascends, and its moisture condenses and falls in a process known as orographic precipitation (see Orographic Effect...

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Monsoons: January Precipitation - geography.

Monsoons: January Precipitation - geography. Mtwara, Tanzania Monsoons are seasonal winds that blow onto a continent in summer and off of it in winter. The summer monsoon carries moist ocean air that produces abundant rainfall over the continent. The monsoon pattern is especially strong over the Indian Ocean and the continents that surround it. During summer in the Southern ......

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Mediterranean Winter Rain - geography.

Mediterranean Winter Rain - geography. Rhodes, Greece The Greek city of Rhodes lies on the island of Rhodes in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. During winter in the Northern Hemisphere, prevailing westerly winds carry moist air from the Atlantic Ocean into the Mediterranean basin, and abundant rain falls over the Mediterranean and the lands that border it. During January Rhodes receives an average...

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Equatorial Rain - geography.

Equatorial Rain - geography. Cayenne, French Guiana A belt of dark blue on the map extends nearly unbroken around the globe. This belt indicates a region of heavy rainfall near the Equator. Along the Equator the sun is high in the sky year-round, and temperatures are consistently warm (see Equatorial Moderation Map Trek). The heat evaporates water at Earth's surface, keeping...

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Subtropical Deserts: Annual Precipitation - geography.

Subtropical Deserts: Annual Precipitation - geography. Al Kh?rijah, Egypt The Sahara is the largest of the great deserts centered between 25 and 30 degrees north or south of the Equator. These regions appear on this map as white patches (indicating low precipitation) on either side of the dark blue belt of heavy equatorial rainfall (see Equatorial Rain Map Trek). Hot air...

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Europe and Central Asia - geography.

Europe and Central Asia - geography. Europe and Central Asia For centuries, states in southern and western Europe have promoted agricultural practices that support dense populations, particularly where the climate is mild and water is plentiful. Farther east, rainfall gradually decreases, and populations are thin except where rainfall does support farming. Over the past two centuries, industrial and c......

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Country and City - geography.

Country and City - geography. Rural South Asia The Indian subcontinent is one of the world's most densely populated regions, with an average of 288 persons per square kilometer (746 persons per square mile). The region is also one of the world's least urbanized, however--only 27 percent of its people live in cities (see South and Southwest Asia Map Trek). The...

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Africa: Population Density - geography.

Africa: Population Density - geography. Africa Population densities vary widely throughout Africa, ranging from the sparsely populated vastness of the Sahara to the densely settled highlands of Ethiopia. Most Africans live in rural areas, and populations are denser in places with abundant water supplies and long histories of intensive farming. Populations are thinner where low rainfall makes farming impossible. ...

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Uninhabited Territories - geography.

Uninhabited Territories - geography. Antarctica Antarctica, which covers some 14 million sq km (5.4 million sq mi), has no permanent inhabitants. The continent contains more than 40 scientific research stations, however, including the ones on this section of the Antarctic Peninsula. Seven nations have made partially conflicting claims to various slices of the continent, but these claims are not recognized internation......

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Tiny Countries of Europe - geography.

Tiny Countries of Europe - geography. Vatican City Modern nation-states grew in Europe through the gradual unification of older and smaller political units. A few small territories managed to maintain independence from surrounding nation-states, however, because after 1815 European nations largely observed an unwritten agreement to respect the sovereignty of states within Europ......

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Southeast Asia and the South China Sea - geography.

Southeast Asia and the South China Sea - geography. Southeast Asia and South China Sea: Overview Civilized states have existed in this region for centuries, but European colonialists and other foreign powers conquered territories here beginning in the 16th century. During the 20th century the former colonies achieved independence. Several territories are now disputed, such as the Paracel and Spratly islands...

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Southeast Asia and the South China Sea - geography.

Southeast Asia and the South China Sea - geography. Southeast Asia and South China Sea: Overview Civilized states have existed in this region for centuries, but European colonialists and other foreign powers conquered territories here beginning in the 16th century. During the 20th century the former colonies achieved independence. Several territories are now disputed, such as the Paracel and Spratly islands...

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South Asia: Political - geography.

South Asia: Political - geography. South Asia: Overview Civilized states have occupied South Asia for thousands of years. By the late 1800s the British had conquered the entire region apart from Nepal, which remained independent. In 1947 most of the region was partitioned between two independent states: mostly Muslim Pakistan, which was divided into eastern and western sections, and mostly Hindu India....

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