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Great Lake/Saint Lawrence Lowlands

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on 15 May 2014

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Transcript of Great Lake/Saint Lawrence Lowlands

Formed in Paleozoic era from sedimentary rocks.

Deposits from Champlain Sea (part of the Atlantic Ocean).

Flooding during last ice age lowered and formed lowlands.

1.4% of Canada's land area

50% of Canada's population

Region is famous for Niagara Falls

Contains 2 out of 3 biggest Canadian cities

Flat plains.

Gracial hills.

Deep river valleys.

Rich soils such as clay, sand, gravel.

Great Lakes lowland and Saint Lawrence lowland are separated by a thin wedge of the Canadian Shield

Great Lakes Saint Lawrence Lowlands
Agriculture (farming)
Transportation routes
Niagara Falls
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