Explain how the geography of Greece affected farming in the region?
Greece has a mountainous terrain making farming difficult except in limited regions. This difficulty encouraged the growth of cash crops and a trade market in Greece.
The physical geography of Greece affected the growth of the civilization. First of all, the mountains separated the city-states which helped. Next, the bays provided harbors for ships, and the land was fertile, so they could farm. Also, they used the seas for trade, and transportation. The Greeks were very advanced at the time; they reached further into technology and arts than any other societies.
The three main similarities between Florida and Greece are (1) the temperatures throughout the year, (2) the access to the water, and (3) possession of a number of islands. However, Florida and Greece are very different in terms of internal geography. Florida is rather flat with a number of swamps. Greece is incredibly hilly and mountainous and dominated by scrubland.
Since the Middle East is predominantly a desert, there have been many resuluts. These results include having spread out communities which did not help make it into an empire until later on in history. The Fertile Crescent is a exception to that spread out communities. The information did not travel fast, there was scarce water, and a bunch of other stuff the deret is accompanied with and they all made the people there speak and…
YES ITS TRUE. I got the answer from my geography book...it says "Deforestation, soil erosion, and variable rainfall make farming difficult in much of Greece, but the country remains strongly agrarian, reflective of europes periphery. it is self-sufficient in staple foods, and farming products continue to figure prominently among exports."