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HUDSON BAY LOWLANDS

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Farming/agricultures HUDSON BAY LOWLANDS The annual temp. is -5 degrees C to -2 degrees C, in the summer it is 10 degrees C to 11.5 degrees C, in the winter it is -19 degrees C to -16 degrees C, they have cool summers and cold winters. The annual precipitation ranges near 400mm. Far north is 700mm or 800mm in the far east. The bodies of water that are connected
to Hudson bay lowlands are Hudson bay, and
James bay. Hudson bay strait exits the
bay connecting the Labrador sea and
then the Atlantic Ocean. canadian shield same- it is rocky with many bodies of water, also lots of forests. language and culture Hudson Bay Lowlands they speak English and French.
In Hudson Bay Lowlands, they celebrate a music festival in October for 10 days held at the Mark Kalluak Hall. This celebration brings tInhe entire community together as they enjoy the music of Nunavut.
Cities The four major cities are Peawanuch, Fort Severn, Churchill Winisk and Moosonee. location, provinces/ territories it covers land/ type of terrain Climate/weather/precipitation did you know Hudson bay lowlands is the largest vast wetland located between the Canadian shield and southern shores of Hudson bay and James bay. Most of the land lies in Ontario and smaller parts in Manitoba and Quebec. Most of the water is covered in ice. INDUSTRIES bodies of water Natural resources Population Canadian shield location, provinces, territories it covers Canadian shield is a big region and the LARGEST sub-region. Located in northern Saskatchewan , northern MANITOBA, southern n.w.t, ONTARIO, QUEBEC and Labrador. Canadian shield is a big region and the LARGEST sub-region. Located in northern MANITOBA, ONTARIO, and QUEBEC. same Located in northern Saskatchewan,
southern n.w.t, and Labrador. differance Hudson bay lowlands land is thicker near the coast. When its low tide it is marshy and muddy flats. There are dry gravel beaches, swamps, marshes and lots of forests. Every 100 years the sea level drops 90cm exposing more off shore zone. different- the canadian shield has many hilly mountains Some industries in Hudson Bay Lowlands are Mossonee, Moose
Factory, Attawapiskat, Fort Albany, Kashechewan, Peawanuck
and Fort Severn. Hudson Bay Lowlands population is considered unpopulated with 32000 people. Hudson Bay Lowlands is 10% of the population of Canada. There is 0-0.9 people per kilometer. The soil is poor and not well suited to large scale farming. There is a wealth of minerals, forests and water power. Ex.
Corn, wheat, tobacco and potatoes. In the summer, millions of birds nest there. It contains 20% of Ontario's forests. Hudson Bay lowlands is similar to the Canadian Shield. Some natural resources are fishing, salt,
natural gas, water, oil, animals and plants. Animals

Mammals:
woodland caribou, moose and black bear

Plants:
rock sedge, glass wort, elephant head

Insects:
melissa arctic, butterfly and arctic blue

Birds:
sandhill crane, greater yellow legs, blackpool warbler
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