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1 Western mountain bet of North and Central America 10 Baltic and Celtic shields

2 Central plains of North and Central America 11 Lowlands of Europe

3 Canadian shield 12 Moutains of Central and Southern Europe

4 Appalachian highlands 13 Atlas Mountains

5 Caribbean islands and coastal plains of North and Central America 14 Saharan basins

6 Andean belt 15 West African basement

7 Lowlands of South America 16 Subsaharan basins

8 Guyana shield 17 East African basement and Madagascar

9 Brazilian shield and associated basins 18 Volcanics of East Africa

19 Horn of Africa basins

20 West Siberian platform

21 Central Siberian plateau

22 East Siberian highlands

23 Northwestern Pacific margin

24 Mountain belt of Central and Eastern Asia

25 Basins of West and Central Asia

26 Mountain belt of West Asia

27 Himalayas and associated highlands

28 Plains of Eastern China

29 Indo-Gangetic-Brahmaputra Plain

30 Nubian and Arabian shields

31 Levant and Arabian platform

32 Peninsular India and Sri Lanka

33 Peninsulas and Islands of South-East Asia

34 Western Australia

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