Use the links below to review and assess your learning.
Start with the "Important Terms and Concepts" to ensure you know the
terminology related to the topic of the chapter and concepts discussed.
Move on to the "Review Questions" to answer critical thinking
questions about concepts and processes discussed in the chapter. Finally,
test your overall understanding by taking the
Use these resources to further explore the world of
Times in Alaska" Scientific
American Frontiers. This episode investigates the impact of
climate change on Alaska's ecosystems.
Biggest Tiger Preserve - NPR/National Geographic Radio
Expeditions visits The Hukawng Valley in Myanmar where an entire
valley nearly the size of Vermont is being set aside as a tiger
Birds of the Boreal" NPR/National Geographic Radio
"The Last American rain forest" -
Morning Edition (NPR) segment from Oct. 22, 1998 reports on the
last great temperate rain forest in America, Alaska's Tsongass National
Wild World: Terrestrial Ecoregions
(NGS/WWF) - rich resource for
information about global ecosystems. Organized by biogeographical
For Citation: Ritter, Michael E.
The Physical Environment: an Introduction to Physical Geography.
2006. Date visited. ../title_page.html
Help keep this site available by donating through PayPal.