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5 themes of Geography for Venezuela by Kiana
Transcript of 5 themes of Geography for Venezuela by Kiana
The population of Venezuela is about 30.41 million people and the unemployment rate is 6.7%. So 2,010,000.2 people are unumployed. Venezuela is the tenth largest exporter in the world for oil. Some other exports are aluminum, steel, chemicals, gas, and agricultural products. The countries major imports are for machinery, equipment, construction, and other raw materials.On average the warmest month is September and the coldest month is January. July is the wettest month and february is the driest month.
There are four divisions within Venezuela, the Maracaibo lowlands which is northeast, the Ilanos or the vast Orinoco plains are in the central part of Venezuela, Southeast is the Guiana highlands, and to the northwest is the Maracaibo lowlands. Venezuela is apart of the geopolitical region Andean states along with the countries Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, and Columbia.
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Gold, dimonds, and coal mining, water pollution, oil drilling, gas exploration, soil ersion, and wood logging are some things that is destorying Venezuela's land. Although it's important that we have gas sometimes its good to preserve the land because in the future we also need gas and if we use it all now there won't be as much in the future which will cause gas prices to go up.
5 themes of Geography for Venezuela by Kiana Conant
85% of Venezuela's population lives in the northern part of the contry streching up to the Caribbean
Sea. Venezuela has some islands, but the only one that has public transportation is the island of Isla De Margarita
The country's inland waterway is called The Rio Orinocowhich does not consist of a regular passage service. Most of the country
gets around by bus. In Venezuela the buses are the fastest mode of transportation and they run all day every day all through the country
. In Us dollars it would cost about $1.50 to $2.00 per hour on the buses. Twelve of the biggest bus companies in Venezuela recently romodeled
their buses so that the passengers could have air conditioning, a tv, and sometimes even a bathroom, but thats for longer drives. If you just want
to get around the city they have intercity buses that you can take almost free of charge. Did you know that Caracas is the only city in Venezuela
that has a subway?