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Grade 5 presentation on Nova Scotia

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  1. 1. By: Ashley Seiferling
  2. 2. Where Is Nova Scotia? Nova Scotia is by New Brunswick, Price Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador. The Ocean It is by is the Atlantic Ocean.
  3. 3. Climate of Nova Scotia Spring: 1*c [34*f] to 17*c [63*f] Summer: 14*c [57*f] to 23*c [ 8*f] Fall :5*c [41*f] to 20*c [68*f] Winter: -20*c [-4*f] to 5*c [41*f]
  4. 4. What is the Climate of Nova Scotia? The tem. July the provinces is an average of 64* F [18 * C] While the average in January is 23* F [-5* C] . Storms and high winds especially fall and winter 53inc. [135cm.]
  5. 5. Land forms of Nova Scotia
  6. 6. What is the landform of Nova Scotia? Nova Scotia is almost completely around water. The Basalt cliffs and tower sea on the way around the Brier Island of Nova Scotia's shore.. Nova Scotia is 56 km of a coast.
  7. 7. Wildlife in Nova Scotia
  8. 8. The wild life in Nova Scotia is Bears, Moose, Deer, Foxes, Skunks, Porcupines, Minks, Otters, Weasels, Ducks, Graze pheasant, Bald eagles, Cod, Sword fish, Trout, lobsters, Oysters, Salmon.
  9. 9. This is the population of nova Scotia?
  10. 10. There is about 934.100 people in Nova Scotia
  11. 11. This is the ecosystem
  12. 12. The ecosystem The Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources is developing an ecosystem based management planning system, Forest ecosystem based management provides a holistic way of managing resources with emphasis on the natural environment.
  13. 13. The vegetation
  14. 14. Vegetation -tam rock –hemlock -pine-maple-britch -breech-ash The bushes are... -clintonia-cranberries And the blueberries everywhere.
  15. 15. The effects
  16. 16.  So some of the effects on culture are that since they are by water there could be floods of water really big ones too. Another one is that people eat fish and when it is cool you can’t get some unless you go ice fishing. So now the food. And then the water because it freezes the water.
  17. 17. I got all my info on Google and at the sunning dale library, books of nova Scotia
  18. 18. BY: ASHLEY SEIFERLING!
  • claremutual

    Apr. 12, 2013

Grade 5 presentation on Nova Scotia

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