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Physical Geography of Northern Europe

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Secularism is a belief system that rejects or excludes religion.

True

The United Kingdom's market economy is the smallest economy in Northern Europe.

False

Soda bread is a variety of quick bread in which yeast is used as the leavening agent.

False

The trend in Scandinavian countries is to return responsibilities to citizens because of human nature responses to collective programs.

True

Hadrian's Wall was completed in AD 136 by the Irish.

False

Reykjavik, Iceland and Stockholm, Sweden are not considered primate cities in Scandinavia.

False

The UK and Ireland have market economies, while Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland have mixed economies.

True

The trend in Northern Europe is toward more Christian forms of religion, not practical secularism.

False

Soda bread is a traditional dish in Irish cuisine.

True

The peak season for Northern Lights viewing in Norway is from April to October.

False

The United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland are not part of the Scandinavia region.

True

Fjords, which are long, narrow inlets of the sea between high cliffs, are found in both Norway and Iceland.

True

The River Thames is located in Scotland, while Lough Neagh is located in England.

False

The northern regions of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the southern region of Iceland have a subarctic or polar climate.

True

Tundra covers much of the northern regions of Northern Europe, including Norway, Sweden, and Finland.

False

Hydroelectric energy is generated by the use of running water, while geothermal energy is generated by the use of solar radiation.

False

The nations of Northern Europe all have a high level of government representation, with no remaining monarchies.

False

All the nations in Northern Europe have similar elements of being a welfare state, with no significant differences between them.

False

The climates of Northern Europe are not moderated by the North Atlantic Drift.

False

The southern parts of Sweden, Finland, and Norway have a humid subtropical climate.

False

Explore the physical geography of Northern Europe, including regions like the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, and Scandinavia. Learn about landforms, plate tectonics, glaciers, fjords, volcanoes, geysers, bodies of water, and climates in this region.

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