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Canada's Geog & Environment

Mountain Range in western Canada Rocky Mountains
Major waterway from Great Lakes to Atlantic St.Lawrence Seaway
Why Canada's climate is cold Far from equator
Area surrounding Hudson Bay rich in minerals Canadian Shield
Air pollution mixed with water vapor, kills trees and fish acid rain
Cutting all trees in an area clear cutting
Body of water that cuts deep into Canada Hudson Bay
makes transportation easier transportation corridor
makes transportation difficult transportation barrier
source of fresh water shared by U.S. and Canada Great Lakes
second largest country in world Canada
province farthest west British Columbia
ocean north of Canada Arctic
ocean east of Canada Atlantic
ocean west of Canada Pacific
Created by: pampearson