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GEOGRAPHY AND POLITICAL DIVISIONS OF THE UK
Transcript of GEOGRAPHY AND POLITICAL DIVISIONS OF THE UK
The physical geography of
is distinguished by the
Highland Boundary Fault
, which separates the
is mostly mountainous.
The geography of
, at 388 square kilometres, the largest body of water in the UK.
UNITED KINGDOM :
geography and political divisions
is located on the
coast of continental
It's composed of :
Total area of approximately
The physical geography of the UK varies greatly.
consists of mostly lowland terrain, with upland or
In the UK, the large temperature variation creates
Regional climates in the United Kingdom are influenced by the
Northern Ireland, Wales
, being closest to the
Are generally the
regions of the UK, and temperature ranges here are seldom
2. Eastern areas
drier, cooler, less windy
The predominantly population is White British
United Kingdom were subject
to many invasions and migrations
Descended from the different ethnic stocks that settled there before the 11th century.
POLITICAL DIVISIONS OF UK
POLITICS OF THE UK
Is a unitary democracy governed within the framework of a constitutional monarchy.
Her Majesty's Government:
Northern Ireland – Northern Ireland Assembly
Scotland – Scottish Parliament
Wales – National Assembly for Wales
Each part of the UK is subdivided in further local governmental regions:
Unitary Authorities, county councils, district councils, parish councils
Principal areas, communities
Council areas, communities
UK is one of the most densely populated countries in the world
This fact and the changing climate is likely to put extreme pressure on the United Kingdom's
in the future.
Some of the larger mammals—wolf, bear, boar, and reindeer—are
Common smaller mammals are foxes, hares, hedgehogs, rabbits, weasels, shrews, rats, and mice; otters are found in many rivers.
There are few reptiles and amphibians.
Roughly 230 species of birds reside in the United Kingdom, and another 200 are migratory. Most numerous are the chaffinch, blackbird, sparrow, and starling.
DOES ANYONE KNOW THE FULL NAME OF UK
HOW MANY COUNTRIES FORM THE UNITED KINGDOM ?
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Is the example of a population which has undergone the 'demographic transition'
n 2011, the total population was around
It is the third-largest in the European Union and
in the world
Its overall population density is one of the highest in the world at 259 people per square kilometre
Celtic languages are partially spoken in
is the predominant language.
In North and West Wales, Welsh is widely spoken as a first language.
The UK is governed as a whole by the Parliament of the United Kingdom:
FLORA & FAUNA
probably covered the lowland while
covered the highland.
Over the centuries, much of the forest area, especially on the lowlands, was cleared for
Today only about
of the total surface is wooded!!!!
Oak, elm, ash, and beech
are the most common trees in England.
Pine and birch
are most common in Scotland.
What is the most populated country in United Kingdom ?
are so many people
Do you think this fact involves to an environmental problem?