Physical Geography of Europe: Physical Features

Physical Geography of Europe: Physical Features

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  • Hi Mani! Today in our Social Studies Class, we learned about physical Geography of Europe; mainly physical features.
  • Hi Sara! What a coincidence! We also learned about the same topic! We learned that over the centuries, Europe’s landforms and water ways have influenced where and how Europeans have lived.
  • You must have also learned that the continental part of Europe is a large peninsula that extends out from the Eurasian landmass. Small peninsulas extend from the large peninsula, and combine with other islands to define the region. Am I right?
  • Let's jog while we talk about more stuff. We also learned that major plains, mountain ranges, highlands, and water ways vary throughout the region that has large bodies of water on three sides.
  • Jogging is a good idea! Did you also learn that Europe’s resources have helped make many of the countries leaders in the world economy. Coal, marble, fertile soil, and the many bodies of waters supply many valuable resources.
  • Yes! But bad things also come with good things. Europe also has its share of air pollution problems from the burning of fossil fuels, and water pollution from runoff into waterways, but the countries’ leaders are working toward lessening the environmental impact from numerous activities.
  • You are right! We also had discussion about it in our class. Ok Mani! I'll go home and finish up my homework. Nice talking to you. Bye!
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