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The 5 themes of Geography: Canada

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Alfonso Keller

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Transcript of The 5 themes of Geography: Canada

Movement
The Movement of people and goods
in a place.
Place
Location
The 5 themes of Geography: Canada
Alfonso Keller-Casielles
Relative Location
Above the United States
Below Arctic Ocean
Longitude And Latitude
Human Characteristics
62.2270 N, 105.3809 W
In Mississauga, Canada
(Near Toronto)
Absolute Tower
Communications and Observations Tower, in Toronto, Canada (THIS IS THE WORLD'S TALLEST BUILDING)
The CN Tower
A skyscraper, in Toronto, Canada
First Canadian Place
Physical Characteristics
The most famous water fall in the world, in between the twin cities Niagara Falls, Ontario, and Niagara Falls, New York (South-Southeast of Toronto)
Niagara Falls
This beautiful spectrum can be viewed at high altitude in northern Canada
The Northern Lights
These mountains stretch across various national parks of Canada and British Colombia.
The CANADIAN Rocky Mountains
The Absolute and Relative Location
of a place.
The physical and human characteristics
of a place.
People move by car, bus, train, bicycle, and by walking.
Movement of People
Goods sometimes get transported by trucks, planes, and boats.
Some goods are transported through the internet.
Movement of Goods
Human/Environment
Interaction
The interaction with people and the environment.
How we have modified the environment
We've added damns to rivers, cement to dirt roads, then cars and buses on those roads, we've build subdivisions, cities, skyscrapers, basically the world is nothing like it was hundreds of years ago.
How we use the environment
We use our environment for natural
resources such as oil, coal, wood, and
metals.
We also use our environment for growing crops, and building farm land.
We have adapted to outdoor environment by using coats.
We have adapted to the effect of the outdoor environment in indoor environment by using air conditioning and heating.
How we adapt to the environment
Regions
Sections that a place is divided into.
One way Canada is divided into regions is exactly how the US is divided, states.
There are 10 states in Canada.
The most famous state is Quebec, known for it's french speaking inhabitants.
Canada is also divided into climate regions.
You can see that for this map, you can tell which state is in which climate region.(EX, Quebec is in the northeastern forest.)
The higher the climate region, the colder it is in that region. (That is how these regions were devised, from climate.
This is a map of which languages are used in which parts of Canada.
This map also includes political borders, so you can see which languages are spoken in which states
Remember, these aren't the only languages in Canada, these are just some of the more specific, different languages.
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