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  1. Australia & Oceania

  2. Chapter 32:1 Objectives

  3. Building Geography Literacy

  4. Tasmanian Devil

  5. I. Australia: A Continent and a Country (p. 793-796)

  6. A. Mountains & Plateaus

  7. Great Dividing Range

  8. Australian Outback (Western Plateau)

  9. Ayers Rock (Uluru Rock)

  10. Uluru Rock

  11. B. Central Lowlands

  12. C. Great Barrier Reef

  13. Great Barrier Reef

  14. D. Natural Resources

  15. Opals

  16. Discussion Question • What do these geographical facts suggest to you about where most Australians live?

  17. II. Oceania: Island Lands (p.796-797)

  18. A. Island Clusters

  19. Melanisia – meaning the people are black.

  20. B. Island Types

  21. Atoll

  22. lagoon

  23. Discussion Question • Which type of island do you think is the least populated? Why?

  24. III. New Zealand: A Rugged Landscape (p. 797-798)

  25. New Zealand

  26. Auckland, New Zealand

  27. Discussion Question • Would New Zealand’s environment be different if New Zealanders used nuclear power plants or coal-burning power plants?

  28. IV. Antarctica: A White Plateau(p. 797-798)

  29. Krill

  30. Scale

  31. Discussion Question • Why do you think the countries of the world have agreed not to permit mining and exploitation of Antarctica’s natural resources?

  32. Chapter 32:2 Objectives

  33. Terms to Know • Wattle • Doldrums (ITCZ) • typhoon • Manuka • Lichen • crevasse