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Geography Project

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Transcript of Geography Project

FRANCE
Description of landscape
Chapter 4:
The world´s people
Description of the cultures
Where the countries is in opposite months
Chapter 1: A Georapher´s World
What social science will study
MAPS
Absolute/Relative Location
Physical Geography
Human Geography
Meteor logy
Chapter 2: Planet Earth
Latitude location
Water in the country (fresh, surface, ground)
Yearly precipitation
Continent
Plate tectonics

France is locatated in the European Continent and its part of the Eurasian Plate
&
Are there Eartquakes?
How the country
has changed due to
weathering/erosion
Description
of the enviroment
In France there exist two types of water: fresh water and sea water. In France there are rivers that have fresh water like the Seine. This river is a commercial river. In the south is the Mediterranean Sea at the Camargue and is a type of sea water. People go to the rivers to drink water from the it or sell the water to a high price.
The landscapes are all the human and physical features that make it unique.
France has a wide variety of landscapes.
From coastal plains in the west and in the north, to mountain ranges of the Alps in the south-east. Pyrenees in the south-west and the Massif Central in the south-central.
Specific enviroment/habitat
The human geography of france is the man-made attractions such as the Arche the Triomphe, Louvre and the Sacre Cueur, Or anything that wasnt naturally there but has been built by man-kind.
Plains and rolling hills are the most extensive landforms in France, covering about two-fifths of the country. The Paris Basin is a roughly circular area that occupies most of northern France and consists of flat to hilly terrain rising outward from the center in a series of scarps, or ridges. Paris is in this region, which is the most heavily populated and economically advanced part of the country.
Relative Location:

Located in western Europe, France is geographically positioned in the northern, as well as the eastern and western hemispheres. France is bordered by the countries of Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Italy, Monaco, Spain
and Switzerland, and by the
English Channel, Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
Absolute Location:

Paris: (capital city) 48° 51' N, 2° 21' E
Bordeaux: 44° 50' N, 0° 34' W
Brest: 48° 23' N, 4° 29' W
Lille: 50° 38' N, 3° 3' E
Marseille: 43° 17' N, 5° 22' E
Strasbourg: 48° 34' N, 7° 44' E
Religion
Most of the population in France are Roman Catholic or Christians, and a few are Muslims.
Language
French is the official language, but some of them also speak German, Italian, Catalan, etc.
Dress
Customs
France has lots of customs, some of them are very old and they had passed from generation to generation.
Environmental problems
In France there are some environmental problems, such as forest damage from acid rain, air pollution from vehicle emissions, agricultural runoff, etc.
France has one of the most beautiful natural environments in the world. It has a Mediterranean climate that is very relaxing. It also have a lot of beautiful gardens.
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Summer: July-August. The average temperature is 25oC. Rainfall isn't frecuent but it receives mire than 60mm/year.
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Atumn: October-December. The higher temperature is 15oC and the lowest is 8oC. Paris gets aprox. 3 hours of sunshine per day.
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Winter: In January the maximum temperature
is 6oC while the minumum is 1oC. Snow falls.
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Spring: It appears with a better climate.
The temperature increases and stands
in 20oC in May. A lot of sunshine!!

Meteorology
Monday
17ºC
Tuesday
18ºC
Wednesday
16ºC
Thursday
17ºC
México
France
January - Winter
January - Winter
April - Spring
April - Spring
July - Summer
July - Summer
October - Fall
October - Fall
The season are exactly the same as here in México, the only places that change are the ones that are near the poles.
Plants
and animals
Ragondin
Red Squirrel
Beech Marten
Genet
Lynx
Hornets
What is the enviroment like
World climate
region
Does the contry have any extreme climate
Weather/Climate
Chapter 3:
Climate, Enviroment, and resources
46°00'N, 2°00'E
The average or yearly precipitation is about 31 inches annually
Much of France's forests were cleared many centuries ago for agriculture and other human needs. France is still home to many species of plants. Plant life is dependent on climate, so France's flora ranges from small grasses and wildflowers in the mountainous alpine regions to the fir, spruce and mountain pine trees in the coniferous forests, and the oak, beech and chestnut trees of the lower-elevation deciduous forests. Smaller plants and flowers, like gorse, heather, broom and bracken, dot the meadows and grazing fields.
Wild Boar
Roe Deer
Red Deer
Wolf
Fox
Brown Bear
Badger

The climate of France is temperate. France enjoy mild temperatures throughout the year. Not too hot, not too cold, with plentifull of rainfall and sunshine. Although France is not too big, its weather varies widley from city to city.
The variety of France's weather can cause unexpected and extreme weather condition. Like many places on Earth, France has weather conditions thar are strongly influences by barometric pressure. In Central France they have more extreme weather and greater variation between the seasons. Winters with snow and frost likely.
Humid Tropical: Warm with high amounts of rain year-round.
Marine west coast: Cloudy, mildy summers and cool, rainy winters; strong ocean influence.
Highlands: Wide range of temperatures and precipitation amounts, depending on elevation and location.
In France there are alot of green areas, a lot of gardens, parks, rivers, beaches, etc. It has a beautiful environment, and also it has pleasant climate.
Chamois
Ibex
Semi-wild horses
Camargue Horse
Ardennes Hors
Alpine marmot
Hare
Praying Mantis
Dolphin
Lizards
Grass Snake
Jellyfish
Natural Resources
Ethnic groups
About 94% of the population holds French citizenship. Most of these citizens are of French ancestry, but there are also small groups of Flemings, Catalans, Germans, Armenians, Gypsies, Russians, Poles, and others. The largest resident alien groups are Algerians, Portuguese, Moroccans, Italians, Spaniards, Tunisians, and Turks.

Population
Description of economy
12,6 births/ 1,000 population
The total
population of
France is 63,587,700
Water pollution is a serious problem in France due to the accumulation of industrial contaminants, agricultural nitrates, and waste from the nation's cities. France's cities produce about 18.7 million tons of solid waste per year. France has 180 cubic kilometers of renewable water resources with 73% used for industrial purposes and 12% used for farming.
France has some coal, iron ores, bauxite and uranium. Iron ores are of a low grade and the uranium ore is found only in small quantities.
Also high quality soils cover almost half the country's surface, giving France an agricultural surply that makes it an exporter of food.
Land area (square mile) 210,668
Density per square mile 289


Based on the information we can say... Briaçon is the place with more earthquakes in France.
In general:
- Coal
- Iron
- Zinc
- Timber
- Fisch ...and much more!!
In the french Guayna there are
- Deposits of gold
- Oil
- Tantalum
- Clay

Examples of globalization...
There are some famous
perfumes
that are originally from France
- Miss Dior
- Lacoste
- Dolce Vita
- Chanel
- Louis Vuitton
- etc...

1 - April - Briaçon
1 - January - Plougastel
1 - December - Auray
1 - 2013 - Baurañain
5 - 2012 - Mostly Briaçon (3)
8 - 2011 - Mostly Sierre (2)
In
pharmacy
:
- L'Oreal
- Rohodia
- Arkema
French restaurants are famous in all the word for being elegant and expensive, but that is only a stereotype. In reality, in France, you can eat very well without spending a fortune.
Food
Insurances
:
- AXA
Beside Christmas and New Years Eve, one of the most important French holydays, especially for the citizen of Paris (Parisians) is the 14 of July. In this day, the French remember the event that became the beginning of the French revolution:
The taking of Bastillian.
Holidays
Famouse brand of
food
:
- Danone

...and popular culture
Among the most famous French legends we would like to remember those ones linked to a beautiful place situated in the Northern part of the country
The Marsella: It is one of the most important symbols. Also it is considered one of the most beautiful anthems of the world.
TH
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AG
There are three colours:
Stories
*Blue
monarchy
*White
union
*Red
Paris
The French Republic is a unitary semi-presidential republic with democracy . The executive branch itself has two leaders: the President of the Republic, currently François Hollande, who is head of state and is elected directly , and the Government, led by the president appointed Prime Minister, currently Manuel Valls
France is one of the world's major economic powers. During the half of the 20th century the structure of its economy changed significantly. Industry and agriculture dominated the economy in 1950.
France has some coal, iron ores, bauxite and uranium. Iron ores are of a low grade and the uranium ore is found only in small quantities.
Also high quality soils cover almost half the country's surface, giving France an agricultural surplu that makes it an exporterof food.
Language
- Provençal
- Basque
- Flamenco
- Catalan
- Alsatian
Description of goverment

*Mariana Rodrìguez
*Clemence Mellet
*Selena Borunda
*Catherine Bejarano
*Sofia Valdez
*Roberto Balderrama
*Diego Acosta

Weathering and erosion can change a country in many ways. The weathering is the process in which rock is broken down into smaller pieces, and the erosion is the movement of sediment from one location to another.
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