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US and Canada Test

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Provinces Considered Canada's "Core Provinces" Ontario & Quebec
People who populate Nahavut known as Invit
Mackenzie River empty's into Arctic Ocean
Canada's main trading partner USA
Canada Achieves independence from Great Britain Great Britain gave independence in 1931 without one shot being fired
Climate Zone found in the United States but not Canada Tropical Wet & Dry (South Florida)
Canada- colder than most of the US Further North of the Equator and close to the Arctic Circle
Region of Carolina "Breadbasket" Prairie Provinces
Invention of air conditioning Changed in the movement pattern with US - Allowed people to tolerate hot climate- population increased as a result
West *us -Rapidly growing -dry -trade centers
Settlers "North American arrive" Where did they cross? Beringia (Asia- nomads)
Louisiana Purchase 1803 Doubled the size of the United States
Montreal, Quebec adapt to cold environment- Built large underground areas to be able to make life more bearable in the cold winters
5 themes of geography Human Environment Interaction
Negative consequences on urban sprawl air pollution, traffic, lack of resources (like water), building an earthquake- Prone land
Houstons Climate Humid Subtropical
South *us increasing population agriculture "sunbelt"
British North American Act limited Canadian self government -gave canada parshall independence - still part of british Empire
Core *canada Most populated - economic provices "strong"
Landforms shared by US and Canada -Rocky Mountains - Great plains -interior plains -Appalachian Highlands
Northeast *US Industrialized -high population density - "Rust Belt"
Midwest *US -farming -trade centers -fertile soil -found in great plains "breadbasket"
Landforms not shared with US and Canada -gulf Alantic Coastal plains -piedmont - interior Highlands - Arctic Coastal Plains
Applachian Mountains Smaller than Rocky Mountains because of age and erosion
Praire Vancouver because of immigration sparsely populated otherwise
Sunbelt Nickname of land stretching from southern California to the Carolinas
Atlantic Harsh weather Fishing and logging industries
Created by: R0204986