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Omar P. Dominican Republic

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TJ O'Gorman

on 3 October 2018

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Geographers begin to study a place by finding where it is, or it’s location.
Human Environment Interaction

How people, goods, and ideas get from one place to another.



Five Themes Of Geography Dominican Republic By Omar Perdomo
Relative Location
Dominican Republic is an island country in the Caribbean, which is below North America, above South America, and it shares the island with the country Haiti.
Absolute Location
The capital of Dominican Republic is Santo Domingo that is 18.28˚ N; 69.53˚ W.
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The highest point in Dominican Republic is a mountain that is called Pico Duarte and is 10,164 feet above sea level.
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The lowest point is in Lago Enriquillo that is -151 feet (below sea level).
Dominican Republics' main language is Spanish.
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It is in the second biggest Island in the Greater Antilles that is called Hispaniola and is on the eastern part of the Island.
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Dominican Republic has 2/3 of the Island and 1/3 belonging to Haiti.
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The population is 10,882,996.
Geographers study the physical and human features of a location.

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Dominican Republic has protected areas from people cutting trees while some people help plant trees.
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Some of the animals in Dominican Republic are Hispaniolan Solenodon, Dwarf Gecko, Rhinoceros Iguana, frogs, and snakes.
People use motorcycles, cars, buses, taxis, planes, animals, and subways that are in the capital city ( Santo Domingo).
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They have internet and phone service.
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The electricity is not reliable.
how people affect or shape physical characteristics of their natural environment.
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The average temperature is 25 ˚C (77 ˚ F). High temperatures can be 40 °C (104 °F). Low temperatures can be 0 ˚C (32 ˚F) in the mountains.
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Dominican Republic is 18,705 miles. The coast line is 1,288 kilometers. The land boundaries with Haiti are 360 kilometers.
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The Wet season is in the northern coast from November to January and in the rest of the country it can be from May to November. Dominican Republic is hot all year around.
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Tropical cyclones strike every couple of years, most likely between August and October.
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Dominican Republic has the most diverse topography in all Antilles.
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They also have Boa constrictors, bats, butterflies, Hispanolian Huta, and American crocodile.
The comparison of climate, land, population, or history of one place to another.
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Some sports in Dominican Republic are basketball, football (soccer), boxing, volleyball, olympics, and baseball. Baseball is the most popular sport in Dominican Republic.
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In Dominican Republic the air pollution is bad because it
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