Distance North or South
Up to 90 degrees
Distance East or West
Distance of 130 degrees
Rich farm land
Canadian Rockies to the Canadian Sheild
North of the Canadian- American Boarder.
The Pacific Coast to the Interior Plain
North of British Columbia, into the North West Territories
Jagged coast lines
Rolling hills, and dense forests
Rocky plateau and Ever Green Forests
Boom is the inflation of the economy due to events and resources, and bust is the deflation, when event is done or resource is exhausted.
Boom is a noise, and bust is a womans chest.
Boom is the deflation of the economy when event is done or resource is exhausted, and bust is the inflation due to events and resources.
Build of up heat underneath the continent
The former mountian range that was eroded due to weathering.
Barney and Big Bird made it
The climate of a continents interior
A coastal climate, usually referring to the West Coast
A WARM FRONT: when warm air swiftly over takes cold air and pushes it to the side
A COLD FRONT: when cold air over takes warm and and pushes the warm air up
A, B and D
A FRONT, a boundry between two air masses
A STATIONARY FRONT: when cold air comes in from both sides and pushes warm air up above it.
Distance from the Sea
All of the Above