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World Geo, Week 8

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World Geo, Week 8 GEOG 17063-001

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These are the notes from this week and the guest speaker's fun facts about India and Bangladesh. It is basically a bunch of facts that Ms. Delaney threw at us that will probably show up on the exam!
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Abby Morris on Friday March 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GEOG 17063-001 at Kent State University taught by Molly Delaney in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see World Geography in Geography at Kent State University.


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Date Created: 03/11/16
Notes 3-7-16 GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Thomas W. Schmidler (Focuses on weather and tornadoes) **visited India and Bangladesh and showed pictures from his trip. INDIA -1000s of years of culture --1700’s British Colony for about 200 years -- 1947 “Hindu India” was officially established as well as East and West Pakistan (East was very poor and West was all Muslim) --1971 India became completely independent -Taj Mahal; -- Built in 1600’s and it took 30 years/20,000 builders --Burial place for one of the wives of the Sultan at that time. --The 4 posts surrounding the building were built on a slight tilt outwards in the case of an earthquake that way the towers would fall outwards instead of onto the Taj Mahal. -Population is 1.2 billion people -most of them don’t have cars -trucks are very rare -nothing is wasted people collect materials to recycle/reuse/repurpose -1/4 of the population lives under the poverty level ($1.25/per day) -Rickshaws are very popular and common (motorized and manual three wheeled vehicle) Ganges River -Northern India -Holy to Hindus -When Hindus die, they desire to be cremated and put into the river -used to wash clothes and bathe in -Lowest caste/job is to rake the ashes into the river -if one leaves their dirty laundry outside their doorstep, someone will take them and wash them in the river and return them to you for a low price. Architecture: -everything is made of brick and laid by hand -limited electricity small/abundant mirror details in the walls to reflect candlelight more light/less candles BANGLADESH - A little bigger than the size of Ohio - 440 million people - Capital: Dhaka (20 Million People) - Muslim - Civil war in 1971 Rivers: -Transportation -struggle to move across the rivers (flooding) Economy: -poorer than India (due to inefficiency in the economy) -rental cars come with driver and can have it all day for about $6 -some people who don’t even have toilets have cell phones -Water and electricity are unreliable crazy overhead power lines Notes 3-9-16 Extra Facts on India: Population: 1 1/3 billion people Capital: New Dehli (the area is called Dehli but the city is New Dehli) Countries to know geographically: Iraq Iran Afghanistan Pakistan Burma Thailand Bangladesh Mumbai: -Slums trash everywhere - used to be “Bombay” Himalayas: -border of northern india -Locaiton of Mount Everest  29,029 ft tall -1500 miles in length and 200 miles Other facts: BC BCE (before common era) ADACE (After common era) 1930’s Commercial amounts of oil found in Saudi Arabia Countries rush to Saudi Arabia to get oil.


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