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  • 1. NEW ZEALAND
  • 2. HOW IS NEW ZEALAND?
    • New Zealand is an island country situated in the south-
    • wester Pacific Ocean. It measures over 268,021 km2
    • and it’s formed by two main islands, the North Island
    • and the South Island, and numerous smaller islands
    • (most of them are uninhabited) like Steward Island or
    • the Chatham Islands. It has a lot of volcanoes and
    • mountain peaks and a long coastline. Its capital
    • is Wellington, being its largest city Auckland, and it
    • population is about 4,027,947 people whick mostly
    • speak English but Maori or indigenous languages too.
  • 3. TYPICAL CLIMATE
    • New Zealand climate varies a lot depending on the location, the proximity to the sea, the mountains,…The weather is mostly a temperate, oceanic climate which has cool summers and warm winters, with constant temperatures and precipitations dispersed through the year.But sometimes it changes in some places: for example, the North Island part has a subtropical climate with warm seasons while the South Island has a continental climate with really wet days.
  • 4. TEMPERATURES AND RAINFALL
    • Temperatures and rainfall vary depending on the place you are. We’ll use some
    • examples to show it: Northland(North), Christchurch(center) and Queenstown
    • (South).
    • New Zealand temperatures are usually mild and the days are sunny,but for
    • example winters are cooler in the south part like in Queenstown than in the
    • north part like in Northland, which are about ten and fifteen degrees Celsius.
    • Most New Zealand cities have a high average rainfall distributed through all the
    • year, between 650 and 1500 mm of precipitation. Although, Christchurch is
    • drier than the other ones, while Northland is wetter.
  • 5. CLIMATE CHARTS
    • Temperatures.
    • Northland Christchurch Queenstown
    • Precipitations.
    • Northland Christchurch Queenstown
  • 6. PLACES TO VISIT
  • 7. VOLCANOES AND MOUNTAINS
    • The Ruapehu volcano is the highest The Southern Alps are a large
    • mountain in North Island and a really mountain range in South Island.
    • active volcano.
  • 8. MADE BY:
    • Carmen Abreu Fernández
    • Laura Díaz Reyes
    • Juan Carlos Flores González
    • José Sández Rodríguez