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interior plains

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Ashbal Sutwat

on 15 November 2012

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Interior plains What is it?
The interior plains are a bunch of land that is flat. This piece of land has Bibiliography
http://atlas.nrcan.gc.ca/site/english/maps/environment/land/interior_plains.html What are the interior plains?
The Interior Plains is a big piece of land. It is very flat, and only has some low hills. The Interior Plains has grasslands, wooded parkland, and forests. The region is mostly used for farming. the region has allot of history. People who first lived there!
The Crees , Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai they lived in the grasslands near water and food. They also hunted bison for their food, clothing, and other items. People who hunted the bison moved with the herds. They build there homes there by the herds for food. they live in tipis because they had to travel and the tipis were easy to take down put up and build. Tipis were very light so they could carry the tipis. THE CLIMATE!
The climate is very humid, and changes quickly without any warning. The humid weather mixed with the flat land makes it an climate to grow grain and corn in. It is very hard for the farmers to grow crops. It is hard for them because they have no idea what the weather is going to be. It is usually hot but not always. http://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101201165041AAC45jV Resourses What are the The resourses! The resources!
The natural resources in this region are coal, oil, gas, forests, and farmland led to the growth of the interior plains. They all have an important job to do. I will give you an example gas runs tractors and electric things. Most of the natural resources come from the ground. The natural resources are one of the most important things in this region. What animals live there!
People think that the interior plains has farm animals well there right but there is more animals too.Well for example there is mule ,deer, pronghorn ,antelopes, brown bears, wolves, elks and Bison. some animals are hunted like deers ,mules ,pronghorns ,elks a and bison some animals hunt like the brown bears and wolves. Wolves are the most feared animals in this region because they sneak into your land and eat your bison and farm animals. Dogs are really helpful too in the interior plains. Quality of Life!
There are 3 things that affect the quality of life. First being the weather. The weather is always very humid there making it very hard for farmers to farm.
• Jobs are done there with high qualified equipment that disturbs the animals and life living there.
• Recreations that are done there also affects the life and plants life living there. Why people came there!
The reason why the first nations came there was because of the Bison's, The reason that farmers came there was because of the amazing flat lands to do farming. Since these kinds of places are the best for farming. The reason that animals came there were the food present there naturally and farmed by the farmers. Interior Plains! Thanks for Watching
By:Ashbal Satwat In Canada the Interior Plains are located between the Cordillera and the Canadian Shield.The interior plains join with the St. Lawrence lowlands which is in eastern Canada. Through the United States, and then are separated.The Yukon, Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. These are the provinces in Canada that the interior plains are found in.
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