Southern Canada’s climate is very similar to the United States, The best Time to visit this area would be the summer months. Canada’s highest temperatures soar as high as 75°F. Here in the Canadian Wilderness, there is many dangerous wildlife (Used,Super). The terrain is hilly and rocky. Some environmental climate changes is the possibility of a glacier when close to the mountains.
This biome is large community of plants and animals..Also, biomes, such as the forest, freshwater, and marine,may have more consequences . The most imports biomes are the freshwater and marine because those biomes help us get water to drink and for the crops and the marine biome is also important the study of the between people and the physical environment of the sea.
Earth is the only habitable world we have with access to. If we squander its resources and destroy the atmosphere we have no other worlds to turn to. And yet like maggots, we consume with little care for the damage we cause. Award winning author and food activist Tristram Stuart wrote about the scandalous way in which we waste food. Stuart observes that supermarkets waste large amounts of food every day. Because the store owners fear lost sales, they do not give the wasted food away. Instead most of it ends up in landfills, where it is consumed by anaerobic bacteria releasing methane gas into the atmosphere. It isn’t just the destination of this waste that is worrisome. Because we waste so much food, production needs to be far greater than
Temperate deciduous forests are made up of deciduous trees, meaning they lose their leaves every year in winter and grow them back in spring. Summer temperatures are around 20 degrees while winter temperatures can reach well below freezing. The annual rainfall is around 75-150 cm. This biome is home to many different types of birds and mammals.
Due to the size of the Canadian Shield there’s quite a variety of climates. In the north part (Nunavut, northwest territories, northern Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Quebec) the winter averages -25 ℃ and summer average about 10 ℃. In The southern part (Ontario, southern Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Quebec) the average winter temperatures are around -8 ℃ and 22 ℃ in the summer. Over all the average rainfall is about 30 cm and the average snowfall is about 140 cm.
The project area is located in a moderately humid continental climate, with short to moderate length, warm to hot summers and long, cold winters. Precipitation in Ontario averages 600-1000 mm per year, including ample snowfall in the winter months. Ranges of temperatures and precipitation in the area are shown in Table 1.
Canada, the second largest country on earth, embodies 20 natural regions or ecozones such as the Northern Arctic Ecozone and the Prairie Ecozone that are distinct in their nature. Each of these ecozones has a variety of features that outstand in the overall Canadian ecosystem and contribute to the diversity of geographical landforms and species. Aside from the geological location difference of these subdivided land masses, the Northern Arctic Ecozone and the Prairie Ecozone are also markedly differed by landforms, vegetation, and wildlife.
5.Art is a major part of the lives of the past and present first nations people. At the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre (a first nations museum) teams must correctly perform a cultural dance. First nations people express themselves through the arts and one way is dance.
Canada has many diverse climates depending on the area, and finding an area with a good climate is an important feature in choosing where to live. The Mixedwood Plains is a maritime climate, which means that it gets over 1000mm of rain a year and has a temperature range of less than 25°C. The Mixedwood Plains has a relatively warm and moderate climate (Healy et al. 2007 pg.149), making it an ideal place to live. The Boreal Shield is a continental climate, which means that it gets less than 1000mm of rain a year and has an average temperature range of over 25°C. The Boreal Shield has short, hot summers and long, cold winters (Healy et al. 2007 pg.111), making it a difficult and expensive environment to live in. The Mixedwood Plains has a better and more ideal climate than the Boreal Shield, making it a better place to
My biome is Temperate Rainforest, the animal I will be talking about is a grizzly bear and my plant is a tree. The Grizzly bear is the key member to the Temperate Rainforest. With the Grizzly strong jaw he/she can take down any sort of prey. Throughout the winter Grizzly bears hibernate and conserve there energy. During spring time the Grizzly bears thick claws help them swipe at fish. When new cubs are welcome to the Temperate Rainforest they have to stay with their mom for 2-3 years, only to make sure they can survive on their own. This means after the cubs turn three their parents leave them to be alone in the world. Grizzly bears are omnivores they can eat seeds, berries, roots, and deer. Male grizzly bears can grow about up to 6.5-8
Luis Perez and his family immigrated to the United States from Argentina. In Argentina they were very successful, but thought that America could open up more possibilities for the family. The thought of better education for his children and better chances for his business of growing grapes to sell to vineyards is the main reason why Luis and his family immigrated to America. Luis and his wife Maria whom he has known most of all his life have eight kids; Rolando, Lupe, Anna, Roselina, Gracelia, Yesenia, Garielle, and Maritza. Rolando is the eldest at nineteen years and Maritza being the youngest at three years. Luis’s father and mother, Ramon and Carmen also reside with
When talking about nutrient content and nutrient type in bodies of water (especially lakes), three terms help identify these types of bodies of water- oligotropy, eutropy, and dystrophy. Eutropy refers to the probably the best possible condition for a body of water, because this type of body of water has many nutrients available to it (often in the form of silt) such as phosphorous. These bodies of water are usually near farms or forests and are thriving with life. Algae is a common type of organism that grows in eutropy’s, but can serve as a problem for the survival of other species. Oligotropy is basically the opposite of eutropy condition wise. Oligotropic bodies of water usually have a small amount of organic matter, few nutrients, and especially lack phosphorous. These water bodies are often near terrestrial ecosystems. Dystrophy refers to the condition in bodies of water that have an abundance of organic matter- so much so that the water is often brown. These bodies of water are often near bogs. Lakes can gain these types of nutrients through things such as runoff that bring soil nutrients into the water;