What were the four obstacles to exploration?
- Poor maps and navigational tools.
- Fear of unknown.
- Lack of adequate supplies.
What were 3 problems that early European explorers faced?
What were the 3 most important results of the age of exploration?
Explorers learned more about areas such as Africa and the Americas and brought that knowledge back to Europe. Massive wealth accrued to European colonizers due to trade in goods, spices, and precious metals. … New food, plants, and animals were exchanged between the colonies and Europe.
What obstacles did the European explorers have in exploring North America?
When early European explorers boarded ships to explore the world, they were using inaccurate maps, undependable navigation techniques and leaky ships to sail into uncharted lands. They understood well that the voyage could cost them their lives.
What was not a motivating forces behind exploration?
How did Exploration negatively affected the world?
Who explored the world?
What was the impact of this Exploration?
What were the 3 causes of European exploration?
Was the age of exploration worth it?
How many natives died from disease?
What are the 5 reasons for exploration?
- Curiosity. people wondered who and what else was out there in the world.
- Wealth. many people explored in order to find their fortune.
- Fame. some people wanted to go down as a great name in history.
- National pride. …
- Religion. …
- Foreign Goods. …
- Better Trade Routes.
What causes exploration?
What are the types of exploration?
Who discovered America?
What were two risks of exploration?
- micrometeorites – danger from impact damage (to spacecraft and to astronauts during spacewalks)
- solar flares and radiation – danger from ionising radiations.
- no atmosphere – we need air to breathe.
- space debris – danger from impact damage.