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Regions In Alaska. By Aubrielle Champagne. Demographics 15 percent of Alaska is Alaskan Native . Kvichak River marshes. Kodiak. Peulik Volcano. Nushagak Bay. Southeast Alaska. Geography- There are islands and coves Climate- heavy rain fall, summers are warm and winters are mild.

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    1. Regions In Alaska By Aubrielle Champagne

    2. Demographics15 percent of Alaska is Alaskan Native Kvichak River marshes Kodiak PeulikVolcano Nushagak Bay

    3. Southeast Alaska • Geography- There are islands and coves • Climate- heavy rain fall, summers are warm and winters are mild. • Southeast is heavily populated. About 58,308 people • Economy and Industry- Most of Southeast Alaska are governmental and are manufactures of timber.

    4. Interesting facts about south eastern Alaska. Known as the inside passage. U.S. bought Alaska for 7.2 million dollars in 1867 • MLA CITATION • "Alaska.com: Alaska's Travel Website." Southeast & The Inside Passage. N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Oct. 2013.

    5. South West Alaska Geography- mostly consists of unknown terrain much of the region is coastal, thousands of miles of forests, swamps, highlands, mountains, and volcanoes.Climate and Population- Mostly Rainy but winters are warm and the winters are cool. Population is about 53,349 in the year 2000.

    6. Economy and Industry- Most of the land is owned and managed mainly by the Feds, there is little private land . Fishing is the mainstay of the economy • MLA • "Southwest Alaska." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 29 Oct. 2013. Web. 04 Nov. 2013.

    7. South Central Alaska • Geography- Oceans, mountains, near Alaska Mt. Range, glaciers, and volcanoes. • Climate- Subarctic • Population- South Central Alaska makes up almost half of Alaska’s population. • Economy- Consists of tourism, and a big population, also it has a lot of fishing.

    8. Photo’s of South Central Alaska "Southcentral Alaska." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 29 Oct. 2013. Web. 04 Nov. 2013.

    9. Interior Alaska • Geography- mostly harsh terrain, tundra, mountains, and think pine/spruce forests. • Climate- Experience extreme temperatures, but they vary every year. • Economy & Industry- Hunting and Tourism

    10. Interesting Facts- has both the highest and lowest temperatures on record. • MLA • "Alaska Interior." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 29 Oct. 2013. Web. 04 Nov. 2013.

    11. Arctic • Geography- tundra, mountain ranges, and the arctic ocean. • Climate- Cold and Have the least amount of sunlight. • Economy- Can only be reached by air, most of the communities have no highways. Depends on mostly gold and petroleum.

    12. MLA • "Arctic Alaska." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 29 Oct. 2013. Web. 04 Nov. 2013.