Unit 32 - 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. “many islands” A. coral 2. the sparsely-populated central and western B. Melanesia parts of Australia 3. limestone skeletons produced by tiny sea C. Outback creatures D. Polynesia 4. volcano on New Zealand 5. “black islands” E. Ruapehu MULTIPLE CHOICE: In each blank on the left, write the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. (10 points each) 6. Australia has rich mineral resources, including a. bauxite, opals, zinc, coal, and gold. c. rubies and pearls. Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. b. gold, silver, and emeralds. d. aluminum, emeralds, and copper. 7. The Great Barrier Reef consists of a. a single enormous coral reef c. a series of more than 2,500 small along the Australian coast. coral reefs. b. four connected coral reefs that d. a place where you can no longer find circle Australia. any coral. 8. Oceania’s atolls are formed by a. uplifting. c. continental drift. b. the buildup of coral. d. volcanic activity. 9. Most of South Island in New Zealand is a. a fertile lowland plain c. a tropical rain forest. with many farms and ranches. b. a dry and barren landscape d. covered by towering snowy of brown hills and rocks. mountains. 10. Oceania’s island types include a. high islands. c. continental islands. b. low islands. d. all of the above Section Quizzes and Chapter Tests 395

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