Physical Geography of Eastern Europe (Waterways (Seas (Adriatic Sea (The…
Physical Geography of Eastern Europe
The Adriatic Sea in Located Northeast of the Italian peninsula
The Black seas surround the balkin peninsula on three sides
The Caspian Sea is the worlds largest inland boy of water.
Lies north west of eastern Europe and Russia. The Baltic is very shallow.
The Ionian is located below the Adriatic Sea
The Azov is located North of the Black Sea
The North Sea is linked with the Black Sea
Lies Northwest of Russia and Eastern Europe
It flows through Belarus and Ukraine before emptying into the black sea.
The Danube River runs from the Black Sea to Germany.
The Ural Mountains are 250 million years old and forms a border from Europe and Russia.
The Carpathian Mountains are much younger than the Ural Mountains
The lesser Caucasus mountains are located south of the greater Caucasus Mountains.
The Caucasus Mountains are located
The Balkan Pennsylvania is located on the Western part of Europe. It is on the Mediterranean sea
Northern European Plains
Is the Only Basin in Russia ans Eastern Europe
Humid Continental Climate
Eastern Europe and Western Russia
These Areas Experience Mild or Warm Summers and Long cold Winters
Western Russia has a Subarctic Climate. Winters are very cold, with temperatures as low as - 40 degrees.
The Summers are short and cool though temperatures can range from 50 degrees to 86 degrees.
Forests and Agriculture
Russia is a vast country by far the largest in the world
Most Agriculture land is in an area that extends from the Western shores of the Baltic Sea to the black Sea, forming a roughly triangular shape
More that 1/5 of the worlds forests are in Russia
The long cold winters of Western Russia's Continental climate, however, cause forests grow slowly
In 2010 Russia experienced the hottest summer in 130 years, with drought conditions and temperatures reaching 104 degrees.
Energy and Minerals
Most of Russia's vast Coal, Oil and Natural Gas reserves are in Siberia
Machines made from steel are used to build Russia's Automobiles, Ships, Railroads and many consumer products
Hydroelectric and Thermal Power Plants also support Romanian's Energy needs
Important mineral resources include Copper, Bauxite and the raw matirials for alluminum
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