All of these landforms have distinct features that separate them apart from each other. For example, the Interior Plains contain very flat regions of land suitable for growing crops, while the Great Lakes/Saint Lawrence Lowlands contain large bodies of fresh water. As a result of these diverse landform regions, a large amount of natural resources are available to Canada for usage. Likewise, the diversity of landform regions also increases the amount of biodiversity that is available within Canada. Moreover, in contrast to other places in the world that do not have many different landform regions, such as Alaska, the beauty and marvel of Canada 's landform regions are unmatched. This ends up drawing people into the country to observe Canada 's wide variety of different land regions.
An example of an area in Canada with excellent soil quality is the Interior Plains. The increase in soil quality in the Interior Plains is due to the fact that the soil is rich with dead organic matter, increasing the amount of nutrients that are available. As a result, the vegetation in this area grows extremely large and healthy, making it a very suitable area for farming. In fact, the Interior Plains are where many of Canada 's farms are found. Compared to other countries with poor soil quality, such as Sudan, Canada 's soil quality allows it to have a variety of different …show more content…
Water is an extremely important resource; without it, life on Earth would simply cease to exist. However, Canada is widely known for and in fact possesses 20% of the world 's available freshwater. Due to this, Canada is almost guaranteed to have a supply of freshwater available for consumption. The Great Lakes and Niagara Falls are a few of the world 's largest reservoirs of fresh water, and they are both in Canada. Since Canada has all of this freshwater available, Canadian citizens do not have to worry about it running out. This makes Canada better than countries without a large amount of freshwater available,
The best landform region in Canada is the Great Lakes-Saint Lawrence Lowlands because of its fertile land, wide range of vegetation and mild temperature. The region has one of the best farming lands in the country. This is because the GLSLL is the youngest landform region in Canada and the soil is much softer and there are multiple water bodies around the area to provide enough water to sustain good soil. This creates job opportunities and fresh local food for Canadians in the area. The Great Lakes-Saint Lawrence Lowlands has the widest variety of vegetation than any other region in Canada.
However, there are also differences between the two prairies. The climate in the Canadian Prairies is dry with cold winters and warm summers and low precipitation, whereas the Hulunbeier steppe has hot and rainy summers and is generally more humid. The two countries also differ in their mountain ranges. Canada's Rocky Mountains and Appalachian Mountains are known for their large glaciers and
One of the differences is their natural resources. Canada’s natural resources are limited due to its subarctic climate. Canada’s natural resources are wood, fish, and minerals. The United States’ natural resources are cotton, coal, iron, and natural gas. Their natural resources are very different.
Imagine if the entire world had no borders or boundaries, how would the world function? In the time frame of 1700-1850 the stability was very low and the events that occurred were the War of Spanish Succession, the Seven Years war and the Act of Union/Responsible Government. The countries then switched from New France to East/West Canada. Many Treaties from different countries were made, multiple wars started and ended and immigration started with many people in different countries. Then once the stability got better the wars lessened and the immigration which means a person going from one country to a totally different country that might change their lifestyle ended as well.
As the years progressed and the ages evolved, the demand for minerals and ores increased. The high demand resulted in a faster process and worse environmental conditions, when mining. These mining strategies posed a threat towards Canada’s environment and created a challenge the country had to face. The strategies created “erosion, sinkholes, loss of biodiversity, contamination of soil, ground and surface water.” (nrcan.gr.ca/mining)
It is said that the government tries to have the best of intentions for the economy. In a recent article Canada is talked about in how they have been intervening in the farm markets. They are trying to enhance profitability for the farms by using different programs and policies. Government interference in agriculture does not only affects which goods and products are produced, but also the quantity of imports and exports of many commodities. This usually is because they are trying to make the economy efficient but this can sometime backfire and make it inefficient.
In order to adapt the coldness from the north, people uses technology to change and moderate the environment but also brought variety influence to the natural Characteristic. Different types of human activities create climate change, land fragmentation, and pollution to our environment. How Canada’s natural characteristic influence human activity? Population Distribution and Climate The location of Canada is on the north
Lake Superior by its surface area it is the world’s largest freshwater lake. Out of the Great Lakes it is the deepest lake of them all. Lake Superior also contains 10% of all the freshwater supply on the earth. Lake Superior also contains more water that all the other great lakes by a lot. There also is enough water to flood North & South America by a depth of 1 foot.
The West was a diverse region in different ways. The west covered a large amount of land and the landscape was different in each region. There were plains, mountains, deserts, the coast and the forests of the northwest. Another way the west was diverse was the different cultures of people that had migrated to the west.
Water resources problem areis a serious challenge to the social and economic sustainable development around the whole world. With regards to the predator of fresh water shortage in global scale, Canada also unfortunately falls to its prey. Blessed with abundant fresh water in lakes, streams, rivers and most importantly –the underground water, Canada has long taken it for granted that fresh water supply will never be their concern. However, the approaching of fresh water shortage has only until recently woken Canadians from their dreams. When Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development implemented underground water tapping programs and the Munk School of Global Affairs held a symposium themed on mapping underground water, federal and public concerns are fomenting.
2% of earth’s fresh water is frozen in ice caps; and, only 1% of earth’s fresh water is available to consume. 2. Unfortunately for our planet, supplies of water are running dry at an alarming rate. The world’s population continues to soar; but, that rise in numbers has not been matched by an increase in supplies of fresh water. Let’s talk about what is going on around the world; I will mention to you just a few major cities, and show you how they are dealing with water shortage.
1. Introduction Water is crucial to our survival! Water is one of the scarcest commodities in the world at the moment; some argue that it is scarcer than oil. Wars have been fought over oil; therefore a war over water is a very big possibility in the years to come on this planet. With the current growth of the world’s population and the increase in demand for water in the agricultural industry, the issue of water scarcity is very likely to get worse and worse (Gupta, 2016).