Ancient China - Geography. Geography of Ancient China Isolated Subcontinent ??? Natural boundaries surround China –seas to the east –desert in the north.

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>Ancient China - Geography Slide 2 Geography of Ancient China Isolated Subcontinent ??? Natural boundaries surround China seas to the east desert in the north mountains in the west massive mountains in the southwest more mountains in the south Only 10% of the country has descent farmland Slide 3 Chang Jiang River (Yangzi) Chinas longest river; begins in the Himalayas (Plateau of Tibet) and flows eastward to the East China Sea Slide 4 Chang Jiang River (Yangzi) Slide 5 Huang He River (Yellow) Yellow because of clay; Chinas second longest river; also begins in the Himalayas / Plateau of Tibet and flows eastward to the Bo Hai Bay / Yellow Sea Slide 6 Huang He River (Yellow) Slide 7 Plateau of Tibet / Himalayas plateau elevated area of land Southwestern China; high elevation with many mountains; huge part of western China Slide 8 Tarim Basin &amp; Taklamakan Desert basin a large area that is lower than the surrounding land Western China; just northwest of the Plateau of Tibet; dominated by Taklamakan Desert Slide 9 Gobi Desert Cool, dry desert in northern China, near the border with Mongolia Slide 10 Manchurian (Northeastern) Plain Fertile farmland between the Amur River and the mouth of the Huang He River in northeastern China Slide 11 North China Plain Fertile farmland near the mouths of the Chang Jiang and Huang He Rivers in eastern China Slide 12 Yellow Sea An arm of the Pacific Ocean between the Chinese mainland and the Korean Peninsula; connects with the East China Sea to the south; made yellow due to clay Slide 13 East China Sea An arm of the western Pacific Ocean bounded by China, South Korea, Taiwan, and the Ryukyu and Kyushu islands; has rich fishing grounds Slide 14 South China Sea An arm of the western Pacific Ocean bounded by southeast China, Taiwan, the Philippines, Borneo, and Vietnam; worlds largest sea Slide 15 Great Wall of China Qin began construction The world's longest man-made structure 3,948 mi. Slide 16 Geography of Ancient China Tarim Basin &amp; Taklimakan Desert Plateau of Tibet / Himalayas Chang Jiang River North China Plain Huang He River Gobi Desert Manchurian Plain South China Sea East China Sea Yellow Sea </p>

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