British Columbia. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and Rocky Mountains Separated from Alberta by Great Divide (geographical boundary that determines whether running water flows east Hudson's Bay or West into the Pacific Ocean Population is mainly clustered in southwestern corner. Location.
Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and Rocky Mountains
Separated from Alberta by Great Divide (geographical boundary that determines whether running water flows east
Hudson's Bay or West into the Pacific Ocean
Population is mainly clustered in southwestern corner
Climate in British Columbia is influenced by latitude, the Pacific Ocean. This diversity causes wide variations in average rainfall, snowfall, temperature and even hours of sunshine (somtimes in very short periods of time)
Winter on the coast are temperary, if it snows it doesn't stay long
Most of B.C's interior, on the other hand, experiences freezing temprates and snow lasting from November to March (full winter wearnecessary for comfort: a heavy coat, a warm hat and gloves)
Spring and Fall can be fairly warm and pleasant, esecailly in June and September.Day time temperatures-particuly in southwestern BC and south
Summer are are hottest in BC's interior particrlarly in the southwestern corner
British Columbia only has 2 regions and they are the Cordillera and a small part in B.C. Is the Interior Plains
In British Columbia there are 6 defferent peices of land there are: Northern British Columbia, Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, The Islands, Vancouver Coast and Mountains, Thompson Okanagan, BC Rockies
4/6 of thes parts in BC have a water coast and Mountains
Northern British Columbia is the biggest part in British Columbia
Vancover and Whistler are located in the Vancover coast and Mountains
Victoria is located in The Islands (Vancover Island)
British Columbia is Canada's third-largest generator of hydro electricity, providing some of the lowest power costs in North America.
The province is also Canada's second-lagest natural gas producer, and the oil and gas industry continues to see tremendous growth, particularly in north- eastern B.C.
Mining was the second-largest indrstry in B.C. *Cooper, coal, natural gas, oil, zinc, gold, silver, nickel, and iron
B.C. has half of Canada's softwood
British Columbia's forest industries record factory shipments of $9.2 billion in 2009
Apples, Apricots, Asparagus, Beans, Belgian Endive ( Witloof ), Blue Berries, Cabbage, Canola, Carrots, Cherries, Hazelnuts, Herbs, Pears, Mushrooms, Potatoes, Forage and Seeds(Legume and Grass
Beef, Chickens, Dairy-Milk, Eggs, Fallow Deer, Game Birds, Goats, Hogs, Horses, Llama and other Exotic Animals.
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