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Section 1

  1. 1. Canada
  2. 2. Physical Features
  3. 3. Physical FeaturesCoastal Mountains and Rocky mountains go intoCanada
  4. 4. Physical FeaturesCoastal Mountains and Rocky mountains go intoCanadaCanadian Shield is a region of rocky uplands
  5. 5. Physical FeaturesCoastal Mountains and Rocky mountains go intoCanadaCanadian Shield is a region of rocky uplandsNear St. Lawrence River Valley and Great Lakesregion there are fertile soil areas
  6. 6. Physical FeaturesCoastal Mountains and Rocky mountains go intoCanadaCanadian Shield is a region of rocky uplandsNear St. Lawrence River Valley and Great Lakesregion there are fertile soil areasMost Important River is the St. Lawrence River
  7. 7. Climate
  8. 8. ClimateCentral and Eastern have a HumidContinental Climate
  9. 9. ClimateCentral and Eastern have a HumidContinental ClimateThe Southwest area has a marine westcoast climate
  10. 10. ClimateCentral and Eastern have a HumidContinental ClimateThe Southwest area has a marine westcoast climateTundra and Ice-Cap climates are in thefar north
  11. 11. ClimateCentral and Eastern have a HumidContinental ClimateThe Southwest area has a marine westcoast climateTundra and Ice-Cap climates are in thefar northPermafrost underlies about half ofCanada
  12. 12. Resources
  13. 13. ResourcesAtlantic and Pacific Coasts are amongthe richest fishing areas
  14. 14. ResourcesAtlantic and Pacific Coasts are amongthe richest fishing areasWheat farming and Cattle productionare important also Minerals Nickel Zinc Uranium
  15. 15. Other Minerals
  16. 16. Other MineralsLead
  17. 17. Other MineralsLeadCopper
  18. 18. Other MineralsLeadCopperGold
  19. 19. Other MineralsLeadCopperGoldSilver
  20. 20. Other MineralsLeadCopperGoldSilverCoal
  21. 21. Other MineralsLeadCopperGoldSilverCoalSaskatchewan has worlds largest deposit ofPOTASH: Used to make Fertilizer
  22. 22. Other Resources
  23. 23. Other ResourcesConiferous Forests: These trees provide lumber and PULP:Used to make paper NEWSPRINT

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