Covers the Pacific Coast to the Interior Plains and is important to the fishing industry.
Is composed of frozen soil and not suited for farming.
Is located around the Canadian Rockies to the Canadian Shield.
Features include: rolling hills, dense forests, jagged coast-line.
Covers the area North of the Arctic Circle.
Formed by plate collision causing orogeny (upward movement of mountains)
Features inclue: rolling hills, dense forests, jagged coast-line.
Better known as Arctic Plains.
Absence of trees
Energy and nutrients in the form of wind power
Simple vegetation structure
Limitation of drainage
Temperatures are very extreme
Temperatures are very low
Temperatures are very high
Temperatures are moderate
Covers an arc shaped are through Eastern Canada
Covers the area North of the Arctic Circle (from Alaska to the Atlantic Ocean, includeing all of the Arctic Islands.)
Covers the Western area of the Appalachain Mountains
Covers the Northern area of the Appalachain Mountains
More precipitation than evaporation
More sun than precipitation
More evaporation than precipitation
More snow than sun
Condenced air molecules found at poles
Molecules are expanded caused by warm air
Rain may form behind the front as the cool air warms and rises
Air is cold and dense pushing warm air
20 degrees celcius to 25 degrees celcius
-15 degrees celcius to 25 degrees celcius
-50 degrees celcius to 23 degrees celcius
-30 degrees celcius to 30 degrees celcius
The distance of any point North or South of the equator, up to 180 degrees.
The distance of any point South or North of the equator, up to 90 degrees.
The distance of any point North or South of the equator, up to 360 degrees.
The distance of any point North or South of the equator, up to 90 degrees.