Unit 30 - Geography Study note

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Name Date Class Section 1 Quiz The Land MATCHING: Match each item in Column A with an item in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks. (10 points each) A B 1. tiny country on the north coast of Borneo A. Malay Peninsula 2. area of volcanic and earthquake activity in the Pacific B. Malay Archipelago 3. area that includes parts of Malaysia and Thailand C. Indochina Peninsula 4. area that includes Singapore, Indonesia, East Timor, part of Malaysia, and Brunei D. Brunei 5. area that includes Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Myanmar E. Ring of Fire MULTIPLE CHOICE: In the blanks on the left, write the letter of the choice that best completes each statement or answers each question. (10 points each) 6. The cordilleras were formed Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. a. by the collision of tectonic plates. c. by a series of volcanic eruptions. b. when Krakatau erupted in the d. through deposits from the Irrawaddy late 1800s. River. 7. Southeast Asia is a. near the Equator. c. partly two mainland peninsulas. b. partly a far-stretching archipelago. d. all of the above 8. How many islands make up Indonesia? a. 25,000 c. 2,500 b. 17,500 d. 50,000 9. The cordilleras run a. mainly east to west. c. in a circular pattern on the Indochina Peninsula. b. mainly north to south. d. from southwest Vietnam to northeast Myanmar. 10. The River forms the border between Thailand and Laos. a. Irrawaddy c. Red b. Chao Phraya d. Mekong Section Quizzes and Chapter Tests 359

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Name Date Class Section 2 Quiz Climate and Vegetation MATCHING: Match each item in Column A with an item in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks. (10 points each) A B 1. area of Myanmar sometimes called “tropical A. tropical wet Scotland” 2. one of only two cities with tropical rain forests B. tropical dry in their boundaries 3. climate that dominates the region of Southeast C. deciduous Asia 4. type of forest found in highlands of Borneo, D. Singapore New Guinea, and Myanmar 5. climate that alternates wet and dry seasons E. Shan Plateau MULTIPLE CHOICE: In the blanks on the left, write the letter of the choice that best completes each statement or answers each question. (10 points each) 6. What climate in the region is found only in parts of Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. and Vietnam? a. tropical wet c. tropical dry b. humid subtropical d. highland 7. Rainfall in a tropical wet climate a. averages 79–188 inches annually. c. generally remains around 59 inches annually. b. averages 50–79 inches annually. d. averages 78–108 inches annually. 8. The Malaysian rain forest is very old, probably of years old. a. thousands c. millions b. hundreds d. hundreds of thousands 9. The coolest climates in this region exist in a. Indonesia and Singapore. c. the coasts of Thailand and Vietnam. b. the mountains of Myanmar, d. South Vietnam and southern New Guinea, and Borneo. Cambodia. 10. A highland climate supports a. rhododendrons. c. deciduous trees. b. evergreen forests. d. all of the above 360 Section Quizzes and Chapter Tests

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Name Date Class Section 1 Quiz Mainland Southeast Asia MATCHING: Match each item in Column A with an item in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks. (10 points each) A B 1. Southeast Asian country ruled by invading A. Netherlands and France Chinese, 111 B.C. to A.D. 900 2. dominant European powers in the region B. Angkor Wat during the early 1900s C. Khmer 3. an 800-year-old Khmer temple 4. Mekong River empire with advanced architecture D. Vietnam and agriculture 5. Hindu maritime power, A.D. 100 E. Funan MULTIPLE CHOICE: In the blanks on the left, write the letter of the choice that best completes each statement or answers each question. (10 points each) 6. Centuries ago, the and Burmans moved into Thailand and Myanmar. a. Khmer c. Ming b. Funan d. Mons Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 7. More Southeast Asians are moving to cities because of I. political conflicts. II. destruction of farmland. III. better jobs and education in cities. a. III c. I and II b. I and III d. II 8. Bangkok, Thailand, is a city because it is an economic center, the country’s capital and a major port. a. primate c. dense b. urban d. sprawling 9. By the 1500s, Europeans were trying to trade, claim territory, and in Southeast Asia. a. cause wars c. spread Christianity b. buy oil d. do research 10. In 1975, Communists, who called themselves the , forced many Cambodians to work on farms. a. Funan Province c. Martial Law b. Monsoon Soldiers d. Khmer Rouge Section Quizzes and Chapter Tests 369

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Name Date Class Section 2 Quiz Island Southeast Asia MATCHING: Match each item in Column A with an item in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks. (10 points each) A B 1. one of the most densely populated islands in A. East Timor the world 2. Sumatran empire with naval strength, A.D. B. Srivijaya 600–1300 C. Jakarta 3. Roman Catholic region that broke from Indonesia and became independent D. Java 4. capital of Indonesia 5. early settler on the Malay peninsula E. Malays MULTIPLE CHOICE: In the blanks on the left, write the letter of the choice that best completes each statement or answers each question. (10 points each) 6. Which country has the greatest population density in Southeast Asia? a. Indonesia c. Singapore Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. b. Malaysia d. Brunei 7. During the A.D. 800s, was brought to Southeast Asia by Arab traders. a. Islam c. gold b. tobacco d. paper currency 8. The presence of Europeans and Americans affected in Southeast Asia. a. immigration patterns, transportation, c. primarily religion agriculture, and traditional lifestyles b. primarily language patterns d. primarily transportation and the and local currency economy 9. Which of the following statements about the Srivijaya Empire is not accurate? a. It did not tax traders who use its c. Its trade routes are no longer used. routes. b. It had little effect on traders from d. It controlled trade routes to the Africa to East Asia. Pacific Ocean. 10. Ancient trade routes went through the Sunda Strait and the to get to the Indian Ocean, the Java Sea, and the South China Sea. a. Bay of Bengal c. Makassar Strait b. Strait of Malacca d. Andaman Sea 370 Section Quizzes and Chapter Tests

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Name Date Class Section 1 Quiz The Economy MATCHING: Match each item in Column A with an item in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks. (10 points each) A B 1. has the region’s most developed economy A. Papua 2. Southeast Asian political and economic alliance B. Singapore 3. organization that provides loans to Asian C. Manila member countries 4. site of Indonesian mineral deposits D. ADB 5. capital of the Philippines E. ASEAN MULTIPLE CHOICE: In the blanks on the left, write the letter of the choice that best completes each statement or answers each question. (10 points each) 6. Which of the following is Southeast Asia’s major food source? a. coconuts c. rice b. fish d. wheat Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 7. The amount of rice grown in a region depends upon a. rainfall and irrigation. c. government regulations. b. available technology. d. cool temperatures. 8. In areas of Southeast Asia, with a dry season, farmers grow for food crops. a. corn, sugar, and beans c. coconuts b. coffee, sugarcane, and coconuts d. corn, yams, and bananas 9. Communication and transportation in Southeast Asia a. are technologically advanced c. are generally poor throughout and available to most people. the region. b. vary in quality, depending upon d. compare well with what is available the local economy. in western Europe. 10. Economic growth in Southeast Asia has slowed because of a. political instability. c. rapid population growth. b. a lack of technology and skills. d. all of the above Section Quizzes and Chapter Tests 379

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Name Date Class Section 2 Quiz People and Their Environment MATCHING: Match each item in Column A with an item in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks. (10 points each) A B 1. made less or fewer A. sustainable development 2. growth that does not use up the natural or B. Mount Pinatubo human resources of an area C. Mount Agung 3. sacred volcano in Bali 4. active volcano in the Philippines D. Bangkok 5. urban heat island E. diminished MULTIPLE CHOICE: In the blanks on the left, write the letter of the choice that best completes each statement or answers each question. (10 points each) 6. Typhoon winds may reach speeds of miles per hour. a. 200 c. 75 b. 40 d. 180 Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 7. Why have Southeast Asia’s environmental problems increased? a. Its growing population uses up c. The region has a high level of more resources. technology and industry. b. Natural disasters occur regularly d. The government is not concerned in this part of the world. about the environment. 8. When farmers practice , they cut a forest to plant crops for a short time. a. subsistence farming c. shifting cultivation b. dry farming d. erosion cultivation 9. Thailand and Malaysia have placed limits on a. timber imports. c. immigration. b. timber exports. d. urban growth. 10. Deforestation in Southeast Asia is caused by I. slash-and-burn agriculture. II. timber harvesting. III. shifting cultivation. a. I c. I and II b. II d. I, II, and III 380 Section Quizzes and Chapter Tests