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TOPOGRAPIYA
-pisikal na katangian ng isang lugar o rehiyon.
Unang kabihasnan sa daigdig:
* K. Sumerian(Mesopotamia) 1.Ilog Tigris at Euphrates
2. Ilog Indus
3. Ilog Huang Ho
*K. Indus (India)
*K. Tsino (china)
4. Ilog Nilo
*Ehipto
(Nanga Parbat)
Pak
Manaslu (Nepal)
Godwin Austen
(K2) -Pak
Cho Oyu (Nepal)
Kangchenjunga
(Nepal)
Mt. Everest (Nepal)
Dhaulagiri (Nepal)
Lhotse(Nepal)
Annapurna (Nepal)
Makalu (Nepal)
1. Mt. Everest
Tawag ng mga Nepalese
*SAGARMATHA
*QOMOLANGMA
Tawag ng mga Tibetan
1. Mt. Everest
1865-Royal Geographical Society
Sir George Everest
Surveyor Gen. of India
Andrew Waugh-nagpangalan
2. K2 (Mount Godwin Austen)
Kabundukan kung saan siya
nakahimlay
*Karakoram
Range
*QOMOLANGMA
Tawag ng mga Tibetan
2. K2 (Mount Godwin Austen)
The name K2 is derived from the notation used by
the Great Trigonometric Survey. Thomas
Montgomerie made the first survey of the
Karakoram from Mount Haramukh, some 210 km
(130 miles) to the south, and sketched the two most
prominent peaks, labeling them K1 and K2.
[5]

Henry Godwin-Austen, an early explorer
of the area, and while the name was
rejected by the Royal Geographical
Society it was used on several maps, and
continues to be used occasionally.
3. Kangchenjunga Mountain
The Five Treasures of Snows, this name is
awarded to this mountain because it is blessed with
five treasures of God that are gold, silver, gems,
grains and holy books.
4. Lhotse Mountain
South Peak Tibetan.
5. Makalu Mountain
Makalu means the Great Black One, so called due
to its dark brooding appearance.
6. Cho Oyu Mountain
Cho Oyu means "Turquoise Goddess" in Tibetan.
7. Dhaulagiri Mountain
Sanskrit
(Nepali)
(dhawala)
dazzling,
white,
beautiful
[

mountain
(giri)
8. Manaslu Mountain
Sanskrit
"Mountain of the
Spirit"
intellectual
or soul
Manasa
9. Nanga Parbat
Sanskrit
word
Naked Mountain "
nagna
parvata
10. Annapurna Mountain
Annapurna is a Sanskrit name which literally means
"full of food" (feminine form), but is normally
translated as Goddess of the Harvests.
10. Annapurna Mountain
In Hinduism, Annapurna is "... the universal and
timeless kitchen-goddess ... the mother who feeds.
Without her there is starvation, a universal fear: This
makes Annapurna a universal goddess ... Her most
popular shrine is located in Kashi, on the banks of the
river Ganga." Her association with the giving of food
(wealth) led her in time to be transformed into Laksmi,
the Goddess of Wealth.
KARAGATAN
SA DAIGDIG
1. Pacific Ocean
-world largest ocean 60,060,700
The Pacific Ocean is located between the Southern
Ocean, Asia and Australia and the Western
Hemisphere
It has an average depth of 13,215 feet (4,028 m) but its
deepest point is the Challenger Deep within Mariana
Trench near Japan. This area is also the deepest point
in the world at -35,840 feet (-10,924 m).
1. Pacific Ocean
The Pacific Ocean is important to geography not
only because of its size but it has been a major
historical route of exploration and migration.
3. Atlantic Ocean
-second largest ocean 29,637,900 sq. miles
It is located between Africa, Europe, the
Southern Ocean and the Western Hemisphere.
It includes other water bodies such as the
Baltic Sea, Black Sea, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of
Mexico, Mediterranean Sea and the North Sea.
2. Atlantic Ocean
>The average depth of the Atlantic Ocean is 12,880
feet (3,926 m) and the deepest point is the Puerto
Rico Trench at -28,231 feet (-8,605 m).
>The Atlantic Ocean is important to the world's
weather (as are all oceans) because strong Atlantic
hurricanes are known to develop off the coast of
Cape Verde, Africa and move toward the Caribbean
Sea from August to November.

3. Indian Ocean
It is located between Africa, the Southern Ocean,
Asia and Australia.
-third largest ocean 26,469,900 square miles
The Indian Ocean has an average depth of 13,002 feet
(3,963 m) and the Java Trench is its deepest point at -
23,812 feet (-7,258 m). The waters of the Indian Ocean
also include water bodies such as the Andaman,
Arabian, Flores, Java and Red Seas as well as the Bay
of Bengal, Great Australian Bight, Gulf of Aden, Gulf of
Oman, Mozambique Channel and the Persian Gulf.
3. Indian Ocean
The Indian Ocean is known for causing the monsoonal
weather patterns that dominate much of southeast
Asia.
4. Southern Ocean
average depth ranging from 13,100 to 16,400 feet
- world's newest and
fourth-largest ocean
It has a total area of
7,848,300 square miles
The deepest point in the Southern Ocean is unnamed
but it is in the south end of the South Sandwich Trench
and has a depth of -23,737 feet (-7,235 m). The
world's largest ocean current, the Antarctic
Circumpolar Current moves east and is 13,049 feet
(21,000 km) in length.
Arctic Ocean
Nearly landlocked, the Arctic Ocean is bordered by
Greenland, Canada, Alaska, Russia, and Norway.
- the smallest ocean
5,400,000 square
miles
It was long thought that no non-oceanic life could
exist in the Arctic; however, despite drifting ice, ice
packs, vast ice floes, and winter temperatures to -60F
(-51C), hares, polar bears, seals, gulls, and guillemots
have been found as far north as 88..