Climate Change Issue The issue is the startling climate changes that have and undoubtedly continue to occur in Northern Canada. Climate changes are known as weather conditions such as temperature, winds, precipitation, and others that have been affected over a period of time (GOC, n.d.). The concern with this is that the earth’s climate has a balance between energy that is received and energy that being dispatched. The intent is to maintain regulated temperatures; instead the issue that has occurred is disturbances between these two balances (GOC, n.d.). Changes in the climate affects the air temperature and precipitation, the cryosphere, freshwater resources, and ocean climate (Bush, Loder, James, Mortsch, & Cohen, 2014).There are however
Annual precipitation ranges from 300 mm in the southeast to 450 mm in the north, except in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where total precipitation including snowfall can reach 600 mm annually. The province is the namesake of the Alberta clipper, a type of intense, fast-moving winter storm that generally forms over or near the province and pushed with great speed by the continental polar jet stream descends over the rest of Southern Canada and the northern tier of the United States.
Water Pollution on Lake Huron Water Pollution on Lake Huron Introduction Pollution is the presence of dangerous and unwanted substances in the ecosystem that causes imbalance and health hazards to the living. Water pollution is the presence of unwanted substances or particles in water, which causes imbalance in water systems. Lake Huron is among the largest fresh water sources in the States located in North America.
Canada is the second largest country in the world. Some of the major landforms include the Appalachian Mountains, the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, and the Canadian Shield. The Appalachian Mountains start in the middle of Alabama in the United States and run almost 2,000 miles North into the province of Newfoundland
Wikapedia.org says that The lake is shared by the province of Ontario to the north in Canada, the states of Minnesota to the west, Wisconsin and Michigan to the south in the United States. It is generally considered the largest freshwater lake in the world by surface area. It is the world's third-largest freshwater lake by volume and the largest by volume in North America.
Winnipogo is the Lake Monster of Lake Winnipegosis in Manitoba, Canada. The first sighting of the creature dates back to 1909, when a report of a “huge creature traveling at a speed of about two miles per hour,” was made by Valintine Mackay. Sightings since have described the creature has being over twenty feet long and serpent-like in appearance. One sighting, in 1935, even reported the creature had a horn on its head.
Snow tends to fall, melt, and fall again quite often. Northern Ontario on the other hand, has a short, dry, and hot summer period. Winter is long, with frigid temperatures in the minus forties. It is not unusual for snow to fall in October and melt June. Southern Ontario is known for its tourist attractions (like Niagara Falls), professional hockey teams, polluted air, and starless sky. Northern Ontario is known for its vast wilderness, professional hockey players (like the Staal brothers), clean air, and star-filled sky. Southern Ontario is a land of opportunity. It is a place where people from all walks of life congregate to experience the wonders of the South and the rush of city life. Northern Ontario is the Land of the Midnight Sun and the Northern Lights. It is the Great White North, a rugged wilderness where one can enjoy and appreciate the peace and tranquility of Mother Nature. There is a division in Ontario that one can count in number, feel in climate, and see in attraction. Southern Ontario is a Mecca of civilization; Northern
Project Proposal Title The Title of this essay is called “What is the Major Problems with Pollutants on the Great Lakes”. The essay explains that there is a problem going on in the Great Lakes with people who live around the Great Lakes area in that what they are throwing into the lakes; whether it would be from trash or fecal matter it is all causing major effects on the ecosystem on the Great Lakes, in turn effecting the fish and water we consume. This is not only a major problem for the lakes but also the humans that depend on those lakes.
People have an impact on the Great Lakes ecosystem. The people can destroy or make the ecosystems in the Great Lakes. Pollution, invasive species, and habitat loss are apart of the Great Lakes ecosystem. If a tree is cut down by a human it can destroy the ecosystem. If someone cuts down a tree then a bird might lose it’s home and then that would affect the ecosystem. The human that cut down that tree would have caused an impact on the Great Lakes ecosystem.
Work’s Cited "About Our Great Lakes." National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Great Lakes Environmental Research. Web. 12 Nov. 2014.
Lake Champlain is a natural freshwater lake found in upstate New York and Vermont, and which also runs into Quebec, Canada.It is located in the Champlain Valley between Vermont's Green Mountains and the Adirondack Mountains of New York State. This article is about Lake Champlain and the towns and sites it encompasses.
3. The next stop is The Great Bear Lake in Northern Canada. This is Canada’s largest lake. Unlike other lakes in the world, this one is fairly clean. It has no evidence of human activity. You will be taken on a large boat across the Lake to enjoy the beautiful sights of the Taiga.
The Great Impact of the Great Lakes Glaciers are formed in places where there is adequate snowfall and cold temperatures; specifically, the area needs to have temperatures that are less than 32* F and more snow than is able to melt in the summer. Present-day, glaciers only form in high latitudes and high elevations. However, 14,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene Ice Age, Michigan was covered by a mile-and-half-mile deep glacier. Over thousands of years, the temperatures alternated from warm to cool, causing the glaciers to retreat and advance. As glaciers traveled this way, they took the path of least resistance. This caused the glaciers to move south from modern-day Canada, along the riverbeds that existed where the Great Lakes now
Lake Louise is located about 200 km from Banff in the Banff National Park and is renowned for it's stunning natural beauty. The beautiful summer scenery is transformed into a vista of frozen lakes and waterfalls, snow covered mountains and alpine woodlands in winter. Lake Louise offers plenty of outdoor activities
Hey Maram, how is everything going? I hope that you're having a great time like I’m right now! I'm at Great Lakes St. Lawrence Lowlands and I'm writing this letter to tell you how nice and beautiful is here. I'm having a great time here, hopefully you are too. There