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Question 1: The Mongolian plateau has an area of ________ lavas and volcanic cones.
GraniteFlood basaltBasaltIgneous rock

Question 2: Sometimes, North Asia is instead used to designate parts of East Asia[1] with Asian Russia lumped with ________ instead.
Western EuropeBalkansCentral EuropeEastern Europe

Question 3: Siberia itself has ________, ranging in depths from 30m to 600 m and covering an area of 9.6 million kmĀ².
TundraPalsaPermafrostActive layer

Question 4: North Asia or Northern Asia is sometimes defined as a subregion of ________ consisting only of the Asian portion of Russia.
ContinentAsiaSingaporeEurope

Question 5: [4] Between 1801 and 1914 an estimated 7 million settlers moved from European Russia to ________, 85% during the quarter-century before World War I.
North AsiaRunetSiberiaUral Mountains

Question 6: Several of the mountainous regions are volcanic, with both the Koryat mountains and the Kamchatka Peninsula having active ________.
LavaEarthVolcanoCaldera

Question 7: Northern Asia was glaciated in the Pleistocene, but this played a less significant part in the geology of the area compared to the part that it played in North America and ________.
Western EuropeBalkansEastern EuropeEurope

Question 8: The ________ number 445,175, which makes them the largest ethnic minority group in Siberia.
OiratsEvenksBuryatsKalmyk people

Question 9: The Anadyr plateau is formed from ________.
GraniteIgneous rockBasaltFelsic

Question 10: The Scandinavian ice sheet extended to the east of the Urals, covering the northern two thirds of the Ob Basin and extending onto the Angara Shield between the Yenesei River and the ________.
Lena RiverBiryulkaLaptev SeaNew Siberian Islands







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