Oswego

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Oswego

  1. 1. By: Juhayer + Lauren
  2. 2. • Latitude - 43º 27’ 19” N• Longitude - 76º 30’ 38” W Latitude and Longitude Map
  3. 3. • Population: 122,109 (taken from the census of 2010) This chart shows how many people of each age group reside in Oswego
  4. 4. Oswego State University The University of Oswego enrolls about 8,300 students per year.
  5. 5. Temperature Oswego Climate ChartAnnual average high temperature 55.7 °FAnnual average low temperature 39.7 °FAverage temperature 47.7 °F
  6. 6. Erie-Ontario LowlandsA lowland is a region that is any broad expanse of land with a generallylow level of elevation. The Erie-Ontario lowlands are an area that arecalled plateau-like.
  7. 7. Bedrock Composition SandstoneShale Limestone Dolostone
  8. 8. Time Line Earliest Humans mammals488 m.y.a Earliest Insects Earliest Earliest Present Dinosaurs birds
  9. 9. Lake Ontario RegionThis region was formed from Silurian age rocks, that were carved bythe Wisconsin ice sheet during the last ice age. Stages of the formation of Lake Ontario 
  10. 10. Lake Erie Mean Elevation of 571 feet (174 m) above sea level. Bedrock is made of shale in the basin Lake ErieNew York State map with Lake Erie
  11. 11. Environmental IssuesOverfishing is harming many of the fish in Lake Ontario Fish are also being harmed by damming off areas

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