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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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Languages of South Asia - geography.

Languages of South Asia - geography. Overview Long ago the Dravidian language family probably dominated the southern and western portions of South Asia, while Austro-Asiatic languages probably prevailed on the Ganges Plain to the northeast. Sino-Tibetan languages were probably spoken, as they are today, in the mountains and foothills of the Himalayas. But about 3,500 years ago, invaders from the northwest brought...

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Languages of North America - geography.

Languages of North America - geography. Overview Before European colonists arrived in North America around 1500, the continent's native peoples spoke hundreds of distinct languages. These languages belonged to at least eight unrelated language families. Today some of these Native American languages are still spoken in isolated regions. Most people, however, speak English, Spanish, and French--the languages of the three major colonial...

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Languages of North Africa - geography.

Languages of North Africa - geography. Overview Three main language families dominate North Africa: Niger-Kordofanian, Nilo-Saharan, and Afro-Asiatic. Over the centuries, speakers of Arabic and Berber languages, in the Afro-Asiatic family, have occupied much of the central Sahara, displacing speakers of Nilo-Saharan languages. Off the Atlantic coast, most people on the Canary Islands speak Spanish, while most people on the Cape Verde...

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Languages of Middle East and the Caucasus - geography.

Languages of Middle East and the Caucasus - geography. Overview For thousands of years, people in this region have spoken Semitic languages of the Afro-Asiatic family, such as Hebrew, and languages in the Indo-European family, such as Persian, a member of the family's Iranian branch. Some of the Caucasian languages, spoken in the linguistically diverse Caucasus region, have no known linguistic...

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Languages of Europe - geography.

Languages of Europe - geography. Overview A single language family--Indo-European--accounts for all but a few European languages. Speakers of Indo-European languages spread across Europe beginning 3,000 to 4,000 years ago. About 2,000 years ago, settlers from Italy, many of whom were decommissioned Roman soldiers, spread Latin to many parts of the Roman Empire. The Romance languages of these regions derive from Latin....

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Languages of Northern Eurasia - geography.

Languages of Northern Eurasia - geography. Overview Through the centuries, migration has shaped the linguistic geography of northern Eurasia. Scholars believe that the first Indo-European language speakers lived on the plains of southern Russia about 5,000 years ago, and from here spread these languages through their migrations. The ancestors of the Russians, who spoke a Slavic language belonging to the Indo-European family,...

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Languages of East Asia - geography.

Languages of East Asia - geography. Overview Today most East Asians speak Sino-Tibetan languages. This language family includes two main branches: Tibeto-Burman and Chinese, or Sinitic, languages. The latter branch includes Mandarin Chinese, the world's most widely spoken language, which has more than 800 million native speakers. The Chinese language gradually spread along with Chinese civilization from the Huang He Valley beginning...

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Tundra, Polar Deserts, and Ice - geography.

Tundra, Polar Deserts, and Ice - geography. Canadian Tundra A large area of tundra surrounds the Arctic Ocean. The tundra supports grasses, mosses, lichens, and heather that survive subfreezing temperatures during the long winter and grow and bloom during the brief, cool summer. In Canada and Alaska, this plant life sustains animals such as polar hares, ptarmigans, voles, caribou, and polar...

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Russia's Borderlands - geography.

Russia's Borderlands - geography. Russia's Borderlands, Overview Beginning in the 1500s, European Russia conquered surrounding lands to create a vast empire. With the Communist revolution of 1918, this empire became the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The Soviet Union dissolved in 1991. The constituent national republics of the Soviet Union, such as Estonia, Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan, broke away from...

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Oceania: Political - geography.

Oceania: Political - geography. Political Oceania Hundreds of indigenous peoples occupied Australia and the islands scattered across the vast Pacific until colonial powers, mostly European, took control, mainly during the 1800s. European settlers became the majority in Australia and New Zealand, which gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1901 and 1907, respectively. Most of the other islands have won ind......

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Northeast Asia: Political - geography.

Northeast Asia: Political - geography. Political Northeast Asia Civilized states have existed in China, on the Korean Peninsula, and in Japan for centuries. In the 1600s Russian colonists began to conquer eastern Siberia from the indigenous peoples who occupied the land. Beginning in the late 1800s, Japan confronted Russia and other neighbors with its own campaign of colonial expansion, and by 1940...

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North America: Political - geography.

North America: Political - geography. Political North America Indigenous peoples once occupied all of North America, but beginning in about 1500, European colonists and their descendants seized control of the region. French and British colonists began settling the east coast of North America in the 1600s. Canada and the United States eventually won independence from Britain and extended their control across the...

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Middle East: Political - geography.

Middle East: Political - geography. Political Southwest Asia The world's first civilized states emerged in this region thousands of years ago. By the late 1800s the Ottoman Empire, centered in modern-day Turkey, controlled most of the region except for Iran. Southwest Asia's present-day borders took shape after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in World War I, when France and the...

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Exclaves - geography.

Exclaves - geography. Kaliningrad The Kaliningrad Oblast is an exclave of Russia; that is, the region is isolated from Russia's contiguous territory by the territory of Poland and Lithuania. To reach the rest of Russia, about 400 kilometers (250 miles) away, travelers must cross at least three international borders. Kaliningrad is part of a former German province whose German residents were evacuated...

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Europe: Political - geography.

Europe: Political - geography. Europe: Overview Growing kingdoms in Europe began to absorb small feudal dominions (see Tiny Countries of Europe Map Trek) about a thousand years ago. By about 1600, kingdoms such as France, England, Spain, and Sweden had evolved into modern nation-states (see Boundaries Map Trek), which were unified by political traditions, bureaucracy, and in most cases a common language....

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Caribbean Islands - geography.

Caribbean Islands - geography. Caribbean Islands: Overview Various Native American peoples originally occupied the islands of the Caribbean, but Spain began to colonize the region in 1496. In the 1600s, other European countries, especially France, England, and Netherlands, challenged Spanish dominance by founding their own island colonies. Haiti and the Dominican Republic--on Hispaniola, one of the Greater Antilles--won indep......

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Boundaries - geography.

Boundaries - geography. Irregular Boundaries As modern nation-states evolved in Europe from the 15th to the 19th century, they used steadily improving surveying and mapping techniques to demarcate stable, precise boundaries. These boundaries generally separated preexisting territorial units, such as church parishes or the possessions of aristocratic dynasties. For example, Belgium largely occupies the former territory of the Habsburg dyn......

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Africa: Political - geography.

Africa: Political - geography. Political Africa Although advanced states existed in Africa before Europeans arrived, European colonizers did not respect these states' boundaries. Ethiopia was the only precolonial African state to survive colonization of the continent. At a series of conferences--most importantly the Berlin West Africa Conference of 1884 and 1885--European colonial powers drew boundaries between their territories without regard......

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Spits - geography.

Spits - geography. Hel Peninsula, Poland The Hel Peninsula, a long, thin point of land, extends into the Baltic Sea from the Polish coast. Spits such as this develop in shallow bodies of water where currents carry sand and other sediments along the shoreline. Where the shoreline bends or curves away from the current, the current may push sediments out from...

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Rift Valleys - geography.

Rift Valleys - geography. East African Rift Valleys Beneath the surface of East Africa, magma, or molten rock, has risen and pushed the crust of the continent apart (see Rifting and Continental Breakup Map Trek). Where the crust has spread, rift valleys have developed. A single rift valley runs from the Indian Ocean coast beneath Lake Malawi and then splits into...

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Plateaus - geography.

Plateaus - geography. Tibetan Plateau Plateaus are relatively level regions that stand higher than the land around them. Tibet's vast plateau has an average altitude of about 4,500 meters (14,800 feet). About 50 million years ago, India collided with the rest of Asia, forming the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalayas (see Mountains Map Trek). This collision compressed and thickened the Earth's crust;...

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Lagoons and Coastal Barriers - geography.

Lagoons and Coastal Barriers - geography. Padre Island and Laguna Madre Padre Island forms a thin, graceful arc running parallel to the Texas coastline. Barrier islands such as Padre tend to develop on shallow, gently sloping seabeds. Ocean currents carry sand deposited offshore by rivers such as the Rio Grande, just south of Padre. When winds and currents drive waves into...

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