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Marcela and Helen 9S

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By:
Marcela and Helen
More Physical
Factors
Human Factors
The Relationship between the physical,
environment and human factor of
Suzhou SIP

Class
9S

-eight hundred-year-old Pingjiang Street
- twelve hundred-year-old Shantang Street
Human Factor
Over 95% of the worlds screen touch devices are ensembled in Suzhou. if they were made here, the pollution would be at least 5 times as much! it would be a terrible place to live in.
hotels- Kepinski, Crown plaza etc.
Restaurants- Bella boats, Mamamia, Da Mario etc.
houses/apartments- Horizon, Golden lough
Train station, Bus, Subway
Highways
Schools- SSIS, DCSZ, Newton etc.
Amusement Parks
Golf courses

Climate: Summer in Suzhou is between June and August. The highest temperatures are between 27-32ºC, the lowest are between 20-25ºC but it usually doesn't get that low. Winter is from late November to Late February, highest temperatures are around 9-17ºC, lowest are from -5ºC to around 7ºC. Spring in Suzhou is from March to May, highest temperatures are from 13ºC- 24ºC, lowest temperatures are 5ºC- 16ºC. Finally Autumn from September to mid November, the highest temperatures are usually 17ºC - 27ºC.
Physical Factors
Average Rainfall in Suzhou:
Physical Factors
Population (Suzhou SIP only): 1.2 million
There are four seasons in Suzhou. Summer is really hot and humid. Winter is extremely cold, windy, cloudy and damp and occasionally snows. Spring and Autumn pass by really fast and there are sudden changes in weather.
Seasons in Suzhou
Physical Factors
Suzhou doesn't have any coast protection like groins or rock walls because it doesn't have a coast. Although it does have some lakes like Jin Ii lake, Du Shu lake and Taihu lake but they are man made. Jin Ji lake is about 2-3 meters deep so it is pretty shallow for a lake that huge.. Suzhou also doesn't have many mountains or hills, it is a mostly flat city. Never are there any floods, droughts, tsunamis or earthquakes. Sometimes a small shake would happen because of an earthquake nearby but never very massive ones. Earthquakes occur because pf the tectonic plates, when two of them meat they form and earthquake and the rocks break. There also aren't any volcanic explosions because obviously there aren't any volcanoes in china.
The annual rainfall in Suzhou is round about 1027 mm. The months with the highest rainfall is between June and September. And the months with the least rainfall is January, February and October to December.
What is SIP?
SIP is an abbreviation for Suzhou Industrial Park,
officially China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park. SIP was established on February 24 of 1994, when both governments (China and Singapore) decided to work together in developing a modern industrial park on the east side of Suzhou. The total area of SIP is 288km2. Before SIP was made, there was a lot of open ares and way more green land, such as physical factors.
There are two Main lakes in Suzhou, Jin Ji lake and Dushu Lakes. JinJi lake was considered man made but now it has become a physical factor. It has 2 small islands around it which, unlike Dushu lake, are man made as well. The landscape around them were very easy to build on because they are very flat.
Technology:
Transport:
There are many ways to move around Suzhou and the most common ways are by bus, ,cars or e bikes.
-E bikes are very efficient because they don't cause any pollution, are very easy to handle and don't make too much noises like the motors in cars!
- Public buses are also a very easy way to travel around. They are cheap and you can find your way around easily, there isn't much confusion by trying to figure out which bus goes to where.
Human Factors
Highways takes up a great part of Suzhou SIP, Suzhou highway transport network is composed by Expressways and National Highways, Suzhou is an important transportation hub in Yangtze Delta.
Hazards:
Lakes:
Environmental Factors
Acid rain corrodes the Great Wall
parts of the Grand Canal resemble open sewers
parts of Shanghai are slowly sinking because water beneath them has been sucked out
some cities are so clogged with air pollution they don't appear in satellite pictures.
Animal extinction; for example pandas are almost extinct because the bamboos have been cut down for our purposes, the animals need it more.
The rivers are also highly polluted which cause a lot of fish to die,if there are tons of garbage lying around the rivers and lakes then it makes tons of pollution on the river.
Environmental facts
16 of the world’s 20 most polluted cities are in China, there has been massive pollution and it could cause global warming to speed up.
All over China:
Light pollution:
There is a lot of light pollution is Suzhou. For example the Suzhou art center, the flashing lights are on 24/7.Or the building lights that light up at night, they light up the tops of buildings to make it look beautiful, and they are but with all the lights on the tress and on roads it wastes alot of energy. During the day they can be turned off, we have enough light from the sun its self, and most lights are turned off but do we really need all of them on at night?
Canals:
Primary Sector:
Sectors of Economy
The Primary Sector of economy takes products from earth. Jobs like farming, fishing, mining, etc, are all related to the primary sector. Jobs associated with agriculture (land/farm management) are quite common in Suzhou since it was a farming city. But it's not common in SIP because SIP is more modern than other certain parts of Suzhou.
The key agricultural products of Suzhou are rice, wheat, mulberry, fruit, and silk.
Sectors of Economy
Secondary Sector:
The Secondary Sector of economy manufactures finished goods. All of manufacturing, processing, and construction are related to the secondary sector. So jobs such as engineering, constructing, chemical industries are all associated with the secondary sector. This is quite common in Suzhou SIP, as there are many factories for manufacturing in SIP.
Sectors of Economy
Tertiary Sector:
The tertiary sector of economy is the service industry. This sector provides services to the population and business. Jobs such as retails and entertainments are associated with this sector. This is also very common in the Suzhou SIP, since there are many restaurants and malls.
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