The environmental issue in the Interior Plains is lumber/timber harvesting. Forest workers are cutting down trees to turn tree parts into lumber and timber.
The major animals that live in the interior plains are wolves, mule deers, elks, antelopes and brown bears. These animals, with the exception of the wolves, feed on the vegetation that grow on the plains, which are mainly grasses. The native plant life in the interior plains consist mostly of different types of grasses, like blue stems, june grass and porcupine grass. The trees that grow in the plains include pine, spruce and fir
The climate is one condition that may vary within different regions. The country extends a long distance from north to south. There is a lack of rainfall to the north. there the air is able to hold much of the moisture.
Prairies provinces have common factors; Landscape, agriculture, climate, that represent in similarities compared to the rest of Canada. Landscape defines the Prairie Provinces as a formal region. With the enormous size of flatland, the immense quantities and high qualities of grains can be produced. This result in majority of land being used for agricultural purposes. In addition, the Prairie Provinces have significant harsh cold winters and mild dry summers compared to other provinces. The key differences are the ecosystem and the natural resources the region provide. Each province unique ecosystem allows different kinds of harvest and animal breed. Moreover, these key differences created different industry and job opportunities.
The geography and climate of the North and the South vary. The South proceeded to be warm and sunny with hot, humid summers. The winters were mild and the land gained heavy rainfall. The warm weather created ideal land for farming and provided great conditions for more diversity in crop production. The easy access to the coasts provided water and trade routes for exports. The land also contained slow, wide rivers that helped trading goods and transportation. The land was covered in rich soil, swamps and forests. The North had warm summers and cold, snowy winters. The terrain was rocky and hilly making it unfit for farming in most areas. The weather change made for short growing seasons. The forests that covered the area made for great timber used in shipbuilding. The rivers were fast moving and shallow, making them hard to navigate and trade large quantities of goods on. Most of the rivers contained waterfalls that were used to power factories.
Before technological advancements were brought to the Great Plains frontier farmers would over look the land, because it had a very little amount of trees and the ground was hard, and go towards the Oregon area. But after the technology evolved, it made it possible to actually farm, and
Living on the Great Plains was not an easy task to accomplish for homesteaders who want to settle there. You had to worry about the extreme temperature and weather, the lack of water, and the lack of building materials. For me, the most difficult thing to deal with for homesteaders on the Great Plains was the lack of water.
Most of the precipitation is around the Gulf Coastal region near Austin and Galveston Island because that is the farthest point of southeast in Texas. Most of the Great Plains will not get nearly as much rain as the Gulf Coastal region because the elevation is a bit higher. The Mountains and Basins region will get little if not no rain at all because of the elevation of that region. The population in North Central is higher than most regions because of the few major cities we have and the growing cities. The regions Gulf Coastal and Great Plains are related because the weather is alike and the population of both regions are close together. The Great Plains and the Mountains and Basins are close related because the Great Plains has big hills
The Coastal Plains of Texas, once an empty wasteland of cattle and cowboys, developed into one of the key areas of growth throughout the nation; the amazing job opportunites, beautiful vegetation, and variety of landforms, many have begun to take notice of this unique area of the US and are starting to settle. Up to this point, about 7 million people have decided to call this vast area of land “home.” No one can deny the fact that the Coastal Plains region would be an incredible place to experience your life and what it has to offer. Only you and you alone can make this decision that will affect how you live.
SouthWest Alberta is part of a gorgeous landscape of grassy plains and rocky cliffside. The east is covered in high grass and prairies, while the west is a mixture of cacti, sage and short grasses. The plains people experience extreme weather - cold, frigid winters and scorching summers. Across the landscape are large herds of buffalo, bears, deer, antelope and coyotes.
Iowa provides people with something very few people truly experience; it provides them with four full and great seasons. Sure some states have the the heavy rains and the beautiful blooming flowers; and sure some states give you the incredibly hot and grossly humid summer heat. Well get this Iowa gives you all that and more. Iowa gives you the wonderfully crisp and frigid air that comes with the changing of leaves in the fall. Iowa also gives you an incredible amount of snowfall in the winter, leaving the land covered in magnificent white paradise. Where else in the United States, no, in the world will give you that much variation in seasons?
During the 1910’s and 20’s the plains were unusually wet and seen as the ideal place for farming. The plains had great top soil at one point, but after the World War I cattle men over populated the prairies with cattle taking away the grass that once held the soil in place.The price of agriculture went down during the great depression, to make up for the money loss farmers needed to sell more crops. Wheat demand went through the