GEOGRAPHY OF CANADA. Social Studies 10 Chapter 3 & 8 Canadian Geography & Economy. CANADA: A REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY What regions are evident?. Physical Regions. Economic Regions. Climate. Political Regions. Five Themes of C anada’s G eography. Location: relative and absolute
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Social Studies 10
Chapter 3 & 8
Canadian Geography & Economy
54° N Latitude
125° W longitude
49° 25' N Latitude
123° 10' W Longitude
Photos above: Steve Pierce
National Geographic Magazine
How People Interact With Their Environment
People . . .
The Mobility of
How Places are linked to one another and the world
What Places Have in Common
Placing the Canadian map
Political divisions: provinces and territories
L- Latitude: North or South from Equator.
A- Altitude: 1.5 degrees Celsius /100 meters.
C- Clouds: Types and cover.
S- Seasons: 4, 2, 1.
A- Aspect: North or South facing.
P- Prevailing Winds: Westerlies, Easterlies, Trades.
O- Ocean Proximity: Maritime versus Continental.
O- Ocean Currents: Prevailing currents
P- Pressure Systems: Highs & Lows.
A- Albedo: Snow, water, ground and reflection.
Shape affected by: