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EGYPT

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Transcript of EGYPT

LOCATION
Presenter One
Presenter Two
LOCATION
Area
Egypt - 84/km2

Canada - 3/km2

Why is the population density different?
Egypt>Canada
Population of Egypt = twice larger than Canada's
POPULATION DENSITY
LANDFORMS
LANDFORMS
CLIMATE
-they both have the lowest temperatures in January
-they both have the highest temperatures in August
-both have a dry climate
-the temperature ranges are similar
CLIMATE
VEGETATION
VEGETATION/WILDLIFE
WILDLIFE
VEGETATION/WILDLIFE
CULTURAL COMPOSITIONS
TYPES OF INDUSTRIES
EGYPT
By: Simran
Karneet & Gunjan

DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
CANADA
DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
CULTURAL COMPOSITION
GDP
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DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS EGYPT
Their are many industries in Egypt but, the main ones are:
-both countries contain mountains
-both maps use a greeny-blue for an elevation point of 0
-both maps use white for the highest elevation point
-both map scales use the same unit of measurement
-both of the countries are flattest in-land
-the highest elevation points differ for the maps
-the map scales are different
-the countries are different
-the elevation of Egypt is basically the same throughout whereas Canada has more differs
-Canada has a mountain range bordering the eastern side, but only on the northern islands. Egypt has a mountain range bordering the entire eastern side
-Canada has mountains along the west coast.
SAME
DIFFERENT
Total Annual Precipitation- 785 mm
Average Temperature- 8.3 (degrees Celsius)
Temperature Range- 15.7 (degrees Celsius)
Total Annual Precipitation-18 mm
Average Temperature- 21.3 (degrees Celsius)
Temperature range- 14.5 (degrees Celsius)
-Toronto has an even precipitation pattern whereas Cairo has a winter max pattern
- Cairo has many months where the average precipitation is 0 but Toronto never has a single month where the average precipitation is 0
-Toronto has temperatures bellow 0 degrees but none of Cairo's temperatures are bellow 0 degrees
-Cairo's weather fluctuates more than Toronto's weather
-Cairo's climate is stable for 2 months whereas Toronto's climate is never stable

SAME
DIFFERENT
EGYPT
-is very desert-like
-many plants which don't require a lot of water
-small shrubs and thorny plants
-few trees that are located mostly around oases
-in and around the Nile River and the Red Sea, there are many water plants
-has sacred plants like the lotus flower, papyrus, chrysanthemums, and pomegranates
HOW DOES IT COMPARE TO CANADA'S VEGETATION?
SAME
-the tundra in Canada has small shrubs, which is similar to Egypt
-chrysanthemums grow in Canada as well as in Egypt
-water plants grow in and around bodies of water in Canada too
-Canada has trees in the north which don't need a lot of water (ex, pines) much like Egypt's trees


DIFFERENT
-Canada has widely spread forests whereas Egypt has no forests
-lotus flowers don't grow in Canada
-papyrus flowers don't grow in Canada
-Canada doesn't have a desert-like climate
-many of the plants which can grow in Egypt cannot grow in Canada because the climate is too cold


Egypt - 1,002,450 square kilometers
Canada - 9,984,670 square kilometers
EGYPT
-has over 100 mammals
-home to many aquatic animals such as hippopotamuses, dolphins, turtles, crabs, etc.
-many species of snakes and other reptiles
-Nile crocodile
-many species of birds such as flamingos, doves, owls, barn swallows, etc
HOW DOES IT COMPARE TO CANADA'S WILDLIFE?
-Canada has birds of the same families as those in Egypt
-many reptiles are native to Canada
-aquatic animals live in Canada
-Canada has nearly double the mammal species of Egypt
-no crocodiles are native to Canada
-hippopotamuses don't live in Canada
-Canada has many animals that are adapted to live in the north, whereas Egypt has none
-Egypt has more tropical animals and birds than Canada
SAME
DIFFERENT
Egypt
Continent: Africa
Location: North Eastern Hemisphere
Coordinates: 26.0000° N, 30.0000° E
Canada
Continent: North America
Location: North Western Hemisphere
Coordinates: 62.2270° N, 105.3809° W
POPULATION DENSITY
- agribusiness


- textiles



- construction



- tourism



- light manufacture

Cultural Makeup: Eastern Hamitic Stock, Greek, Nubian, Armenian
Religion: Muslim 94%, Coptic Christian & other 6%
Languages: mainly Arabic
Population: 84 550 00
Egyptian Food:

Tourism:
Cultural Makeup: British Isles origin 28%, French origin 23%, European 15%, Amerindian 2%, mostly Asian, African, Arab 6%, mixed background 26%
Religion: Roman Catholic 42.6%, Protestant 23.3%, other Christian 4.4%, Muslim 1.9%, other and unspecified 11.8%
Languages: English 58.8%, French 21.6%, other 19.6%
Population: 35 158 300
Canadian Food:
Tourism:
- rapidly expanding population
- stable population
2010
2010
- difference of about 30 million - not enough money be healthy
- over population/ unemployment

- difference of about 10 million
- a lot of job occupations available
- more retirement
Total Male: 49.9%
Total Female: 49.5%
Total Male: 49.5%
Total Female: 50.4%
EGYPT
CANADA
Resources --->water
City ---> more opportunities
Presenter Two & Three


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