They are a lot of work and require a lot of time. The grade five students worked very well and had support from Ashley, the classroom teacher and myself. Overall, this experience in the classroom was rewarding for Ashley and myself because we saw our project in action and were very proud that it worked. Additional text was added for detail and clarification. The renewable resources include animal that provide local with a source of food and clothing. Landscape in the interior plains includes hills, low mountains, forests and even wide river valleys. The Atlantic is sometimes referred to as the Maritimes due to its connection to the sea; it is a small collection of islands and peninsulas and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean.
But mountain ranges are not the only thing found in this part of Canada. Taken together, Canada's Arctic and Subarctic Lands comprise nearly 40—45 per cent of Canada's land surface. The North region is also called the Tundra. Plants can survive long droughts and endure wildfires because of their deep root systems. This region of Canada is found in the most northerly areas of the country.
Agriculture flourishes in the fertile valleys, such as the Saint John River Valley, New Brunswick, and the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. The six physical of Canada are: The Atlantic, The Great Canadian Shield, The Arctic, The Plains, The Cordillera and the Great Lakes St. Physical features of the region include mountains, highlands, plains, and lowlands. Oil has been discovered under the ocean floor. The southernmost part of Alberta drains into the Gulf of Mexico through the and its tributaries.
Lawrence lowlands and within the Great Lakes lowland area. This third step has a bolder, more varied relief, reflecting the close proximity of the erosion-resistant bedrock surface in many areas. Trenhaile, Geomorphology: A Canadian Perspective 1998, 4th edition, 2010 and The Geomorphology of Canada 1990. People live most commonly on the small islands throughout the Canadian Arctic peninsula in small communities. This file is licensed under the license. Lesson Summary From the archipelagoes that make up the Arctic region, to the prairie-like Plains, to the Maritime Atlantic region, Canada has many beautiful and diverse physical regions.
The Cordillera is also home to Vancouver, which is one of Canada's major cities and one of the top 10 cleanest cities in the world. The Interior Plains - The Prairies To drive across the Prairies is to see endless fields of wheat and canola ripening under a sky that seems to go on forever. Yet the winters are long, bitterly cold, dark and unforgiving. The total area covered by this physiographic region is 1. Center, surrounding the capital city. Canada's mineral resources are diverse and extensive. Lawrence river from Cornwall, Ontario to Quebec City, Quebec.
Today these stocks are nearly depleted, and their conservation has become a preoccupation of the. Lakes and rivers are ice-free from June—October in the south and from July—August in the north; they are ice-covered for the rest of the year. It covers Manitoba, northern Ontario and Quebec, most of Saskatchewan, southern Alberta, southwestern Nunavut and the southern half of. In addition, there are times in the winter when the sun never rises, but also times in the summer when the sun never sets. Summers are cool, and the winters, being short.
Cattle, sheep and are raised on the prairies, cattle and hogs in Western Ontario, sheep and hogs in Quebec, and sheep in the Maritimes. The Appalachian highlands formed roughly 300 million year ago when two large plates collided together, the force of the collision caused the Earth crust to bend upward forming the mountains. Sudbury is an exception to the normal process of forming minerals in the Shield since there is significant evidence that the is an ancient. Arctic and Subarctic Lands Canada's Arctic Lands are generally thought to lie north of the and cover 2. The land is covered with sand, dust, rocks and mud left behind by the ice. The largest river in Canada, the , flows north from Great Slave Lake and empties into the. With the exception of some rolling hills, the Plains is pretty flat which makes it a great place for farming crops such as corn, wheat and barley.
Ashley was a hard working partner. I have learned an emense amount about computers and more specifically about powerpoint throughout the past week. If you visit this region, you may want to go sailing or spend time visiting the many iconic lighthouses. Buildings: Strong British influence; some buildings look almost like castles. Glacial lake deposits and till plains, which are largely -covered, are widespread in the lowlands, whereas a mantle of glacial till i. The headwaters of the , the largest and longest of the rivers on the , lie in northern British Columbia at and. The Great Lakes Lowland region of Canada consists mostly of Southern Ontario.
Parts of have a semi-arid climate, and parts of Vancouver Island can even be classified as cool summer. Although it does not contain the diversity of species of a tropical rain forest, the island's west coast does have the oldest and tallest trees in Canada: Western Red Cedars 1,300 years old and Douglas Firs over 90 metres high. The Shield cannot support intensive , although there is subsistence agriculture and small dairy farms in many of the river valleys and around the abundant lakes, particularly in the southern regions. Vancouver Island's west coast receives an exceptional amount of rain, giving it a temperate rain forest climate. Ancient volcanoes play an important role in estimating Canada's mineral potential.
Historic states in a traditional silver-mining region. The islands of lie off the southern coast of in the and have a maritime territorial enclave within Canada's. Canada has three oceans: the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Arctic Ocean to the north. North of the mainland is a maze of islands separated by convoluted straits and sounds, the most famous of which link together to form the fabled Northwest Passage, the route to the Orient sought by so many early explorers. Along the of the St Lawrence river, on both sides, this region extends through the province of Quebec. Some of these include manufacturing, construction, power generation, mining, agriculture, forestry, and fishing.