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Canada and Alaska. By: S. Holcomb & L. Lee. 2.10.1 Locate and discuss the state of Alaska and the country of Canada . Canada , Coordinates: 62.2270° N, 105.3809° W Alaska , Coordinates: 64.0000° N, 150.0000° W . 2.10.2 Discuss transportation systems used in the area.

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canada and alaska
Canada and Alaska

By: S. Holcomb & L. Lee

2 10 1 locate and discuss the state of alaska and the country of canada
2.10.1 Locate and discuss the state of Alaska and the country of Canada
  • Canada, Coordinates: 62.2270° N, 105.3809° W
  • Alaska, Coordinates: 64.0000° N, 150.0000° W
2 10 2 discuss transportation systems used in the area
2.10.2 Discuss transportation systems used in the area
  • To get to the north country (Canada): Air taxis, helicopters, seaplanes, jet routes, trains and cruise ships, ferries, and busesare commonly used.
  • To get to Alaska: Buses, vans, cars, taxi cabs, motor coach, shuttles, and sometimes limos and limousines, boats, and planes are commonly used.
2 10 3 list important geographic likenesses of the area
2.10.3 List important geographic likenesses of the area
  • In Anchorage, Alaska, there are Rocky Mountaineer Rail tours.
  • The Gulf Coast is near the area.
  • The view is amazing.
2 10 4 research and discuss weather patterns of the area
2.10.4 Research and discuss weather patterns of the area
  • The temperature in Alaska ranges from 50-70 degrees year long. The precipitation that Alaska usually gets ranges from 1 inch to 14 inches.
  • In both Alaska and Canada, winters are snowy and freezing, especially in the interior. They both have a good precipitation level.
2 10 5 list reasons why travelers will or will not visit the area
2.10.5 List reasons why travelers will or will not visit the area
  • To go: An inside passage cruise, a glacier bay, a Mendenhall Glacier, And Anchorage, Alaskan railroads, Fairbanks, Nome (A gold-rush center), Canadian Rockies, The view, the northern lights,
  • Not to go: Weather conditions, and unemployment. Besides… Canadian bacon.. Is ham!
2 10 6 discuss how people travel in the area and the weather patterns that affect travel
2.10.6 Discuss how people travel in the area and the weather patterns that affect travel
  • Boat
  • Car
  • Motorcycle
  • Bus
  • Train
  • Air
  • Bicycle
  • The weather may affect this transportation because in the Winter, the roads may be too icy or snowy to travel.
2 10 7 research and list major attractions for alaska
2.10.7 Research and list major attractions for Alaska
  • National Parks
  • Museums
  • Riverboats
  • Glaciers
2 10 8 research and list major places and attractions for canada
2.10.8 Research and list major places and attractions for Canada
  • Amazing Wildlife
  • Great view
  • Waterfalls
  • Northern Lights
  • Sledding
  • National parks
  • Rocky mountains
  • Historic Places
sources
Sources
  • http://www.torontosun.com/2012/11/14/top-tourist-attractions-in-canada
  • http://gonw.about.com/od/attractionsak/tp/Top-10-Alaska-Attractions.htm
  • http://www.alaskacruises.com/cruises/alaska-weather.html
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