United Kingdom Case Study

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The United Kingdom known for many things one being David Beckham, obviously Fish and Chips, Big Ben, Red Buses, black cabs, The Beatles, London, and don't forget tea too. The United Kingdom’s Capital is London, who's populations is at 8.674 million as of 2015, and thats just the capital. Most if the population lies in London with clusters in Central Britain around Manchester, and in Liverpool, Also in the Scottish lowlands in between Edinburgh and Glasgow, southern wales in and around Cardiff , and far Northern Ireland. Overall the United Kingdoms population is at 65,438,059. London being the largest city with a populations total of 8.674, then the second largest city is Birmingham with a population of 1.101 million people, then Glasgow…show more content…
The United Kingdom has a mountain range called “Grampian Mountains” its around 100 acres with an elevation if 4,406 feet. The highest point in the United Kingdom is at the Grampian Mountains specifically Ben Nevis at an altitude of 4,406 feet. Holme Fen, specifically Holme Posts, is believed to be the lowest land point in Great Britain at 2.75 meters (9.0 ft) below sea level. Before drainage, the fens contained many shallow lakes, of which Whittlesey Mere was one of the largest. There are many lakes in the United Kingdom the largest being Lake District at 912mi2, some other lakes are Windermere at 6mi1 and then Wast Water and 1 mi2, and Loch Ness at 22mi2. Currently the United Kingdom forested land is at 13% but they are currently working on upping that number. Also the United Kingdom uses 69% of their land for agricultural use such as farming.
July is the hottest month in London with an average temperature of 19°C (66°F) and the coldest is January at 5°C (41°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 7 in June. The wettest month is October with an average of 71mm of rain. The average rain fall in the United Kingdom is 1,337.3mm.

In the United Kingdom about 0.6% of the United Kingdom ’s economy is from agriculture. They grow Wheat, Barley Oats, Potatoes, Sugar Beet, Cereals, Oilseed, Vegetables; Cattle, Sheep Poultry; Fish. Then the industry contributes 19.2% to the United Kingdom ’s economy. Some of the top industries are machine tools, electric power
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