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HUMAN and ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS

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Transcript of HUMAN and ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS

HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS
OF FINLAND AND MEXICO BY Grace C and Jada

LOCATION OF FINLAND
Finland is located in the northern hemisphere neighbouring Russia and Sweeden.
recreation of Finland
Harness racing
ice-hockey
Nordic walking
skiing
Finnish baseball
climate in Finland
The average temperature in summer (June and August) 14 -16 degrees. the average temperature in winter (December-February) -8.0-7.2. Precipitation wet seasons
are July-August 60-80mm
built environment in Finland
landscapes in Finland
Finland many lakes and island Finland has 188.000 lakes and 179.000, islands from all it's districts one of it's lake called, saimaa have 5th rank Europes biggest lake. based on geography it has many flat land and few of hill and mountains. The Landscapes by piney (approx 68%of vast land).
The houses in Finland are smaliar to the houses in Sweeden they are all disperse
and are made out of wood or timber and most of the houses have fireplaces showing that it is very cold.
PRODUCTION IN FINLAND
Finland's severe winters; short, frost-interrupted growing seasons; and relatively scarce and acidic arable land has made agriculture a continually tough endeavor. Before the end of the 19th century, Finland was so isolated from the rest of the world that its farmers focused on grains to feed the local population. In the 1880s and 1890s, cheap grain from Russia and the Americas began to flood the market, while simultaneously, dairy products began to be in more demand domestically and abroad.
Location of Mexico
Mexico is located in North America in the Northern hemisphere neighbouring Arizona California New Mexico and Texas
Mexico Recreation
Favourite sports
Football
boxing
baseball
basketball
bull fighting

CLIMATE IN MEXICO
The average rainfall in Mexico is 614mm the average tempurature is 19.2 may is the warmest month 23.0 coldest can get up to 14.9
Built environment in mexico
The houses in Mexico are built in a hillside and close together and like our houses in Australia
Landscapes in Mexico
The landscapes of Mexico rangers from .mountains and plateass to coastal plains and deserts; The main geographira features are the chiapas highlands sierra madres sonoran desert central plateau and gulf coastal plain.
Production for Mexico
The growing of crops is the most important aspect of Mexico's agriculture, accounting for fifty percent of agricultural output. Main crops include corn, sugarcane, sorghum, wheat, tomatoes, bananas, chili peppers, oranges, lemons, limes, mangos, other tropical fruits, beans, barley, avocados, blue agave and coffee.
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