Professor Knapp is a geographer who specializes on China. This unit begins with a set of maps, both general and outline, and then divides discussion of China's geography into four topical areas. The discussion refers to the maps and other visuals imbedded in the text. Suggested Questions for Discussion that can be used to guide students through the material in all four topics are grouped together at the end of the units.
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List of rivers of China
Geography - Ancient India
China covers an area of about 9. As observed on the physical map of China above, the country has a highly varied topography including plains, mountains, plateaus, deserts, etc. In the vast western reaches of China - mountains, high plateaus and deserts dominate the landscape, while in the central and east areas, the land slopes into broad plains and deltas. The Himalayas, the world's most elevated mountain range, form its southwestern borders with India , Nepal and Bhutan , and contain the highest peaks in the world. Located within the Himalayas is China's highest point, the famed Mt. Everest, which is also the tallest mountain in the world, and whose summit reaches 29, ft. Numerous rivers arise in the Himalayas, including the Indus and Brahmaputra rivers.
Natural Barriers & Deserts in China
Asia makes up the eastern portion of the Eurasian supercontinent ; Europe occupies the western portion. The border between the two continents is debated. Asia is bordered by the Arctic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. Asia can be divided into five major physical regions: mountain systems; plateaus; plains, steppes, and deserts; freshwater environments; and saltwater environments. Mountain Systems The Himalaya mountains extend for about 2, kilometers 1, miles , separating the Indian subcontinent from the rest of Asia.
K2 in Pakistan is the world's second-highest peak. Situated in South Asia, Pakistan borders the Arabian Sea to the south, Iran to the southwest, Afghanistan to the northwest, China to the northeast and India to the east, although as of it disputes its northeastern border in the Kashmir region. Pakistan is about twice the size of California in terms of land area, and the sixth-largest nation in the world in terms of population. The Indus River, one of the world's chief waterways, cuts through the country. Pakistan can be divided into three primary topographic areas: the plain of the Indus River, the Balochistan Plateau and the northern mountains.