The article “Melting Ice Threatens Polar Bears ' Survival” by Katie Madan is about the melting icebergs and how it is threatening the polar bears survival. The department of interiors are making a decision on putting the polar bears on the endangered species list, a study shows the Polar bears in beau fort sea region in Alaska and Canada are going to go extinct soon. The bears need there ice as a platform to hunt for their food such as seals or fish, if they cant hunt for food then they will die of starvation thus making them extinct. The population of the polar bears having been decreasing by 25 percent per year. Katie’s purpose for this article was to show people what is happening to these polar bears because of global
How do natural characteristics of Canada influence human activity, and how might human activity influence Canada’s natural characteristic?
The Inuit, Haida, and Iroquois have many things in common and many things that they all do differently. I hope you learn and realize how, even though all three of these native tribes live in Canada they all live differently, and sometimes the same. In this essay you will hear and read about how these three tribes have things in common and things that they do differently.
Do you know what porcupine taste? Well, I don’t know. If you don’t know, then read on to find out how people use the porcupine. In the next few paragraphs, you will learn about the differences, and similarities between the the Inuits and the Iroquois. The next three paragraphs will be about the following topics: the differences in the Inuits, the differences in the Iroquois and the similarities between the two.
Have you ever had a sibling or somebody else ruin the things you were doing or the way you do things? Native Americans understand this question because it happened to them hundreds of years ago. Before the Spanish and British came to the Americas, there were almost 300,000 people in North America. These Native Americans were from Eurasia, Africa, and even Australia, and had their lives ruined by western explorers and settlements. The Native Americans were the first people in North America and likely crossed over the land bridge and split into a number of groups. I am going to compare and contrast the effects that explorers and settlements had on three of the regions where they split into tribes.
Climate change is more serious than we take it. If it continues, everyone will parish. Climate change affects us in many different ways. It causes animal population numbers to decrease, slows down transportation to the north, and causes flooding and the rise of the sea level. Global warming exists, and it is not only affecting the environment.
Did you know that the Inuits and Dene people live in under -30 degrees Fahrenheit? They both also started their tribes around 1000 BC. They also adapted to their environment in different ways and do many procedures that were crucial to their survival like hunting, fishing, and drying animal pelts.
People of the Pacific Coast and the People of the Arctic have lived in Canada more than 12,000 years! The People of the Pacific Coast and the people of the Arctic both have lived on flat grounds, and never on big hills or even mountains! But the people of the Pacific Coast were very spiritualism about there Moon, Earth and what was always going on. The people of the Arctic used industrially as a way to produce and create tools to reduce manual labor in cost. One of the major cultural elements that began to flourish on the Pacific Northwest Coast was the use of music and other forms of arts and craft, began to flourish on the Pacific Northwest Coast was the use of music and other forms of arts and craft. The people of the Arctic had a myth, “ the ancestors of modern Inuit Colonized
Pingos are dome-shaped, isolated hills which interrupt the flat tundra plains. They have diameters of around 500 m and may be as much as 50 m in height. These occur in sand and therefore are not susceptible to frost-heaving. In open-system pingos, surface water infiltrates into upper layers of ground where it circulates in the sediments before freezing. This water freezes, expands and forms localized masses of ice and the ice forces overlying sediment upwards to a dome shape. In closed-system pingos, these form on small lakes where water is trapped from freezing above and from he advance of the permafrost. The water expands as it freezes, forcing the ground up into a dome
First thing the Inuit did to build Igloos was they would hollow out a space up to thirty feet in diameter and two feet in depth
They all do things different from each other ,but with some similarity . Life of these two tribes are successful for their group.
Have you ever wanted something, but you could not afford it? Everyone wants things you need or want, but not everyone can get what they need. Most groups of people experience economic problems which is a problem when you cannot get the basic needs for survival. The three basic needs are food, shelter, and clothing. Typically, the environment will diversify how a civilization obtains their basic needs. This paper will analyze how three different Native American tribes from varying divisions solved their economic problems. The Inuits of the Arctic, the Chinook of the Northwest, and the Pawnee of the Great Plains have many similarities and differences in their environment
The inuit, Haidas, and iroquois are different in many ways, and I am here to explain them. First of all, they are the same in a way because they all are dedicated to hunting, but that is something that all tribes need to do to live. Next, it's fishing. If you haven't noticed, all of these tribes like, and are experts at fishing. They all used pretty similar tools, for example, all of them use bow and arrows.
It is common knowledge that sea ice has been melting rapidly within the last decade. This rapid decrease in sea ice has many detrimental effects. This includes the rise in sea level, loss of arctic environments for animals, and the change in weather patterns. Ice is lighter in color so it reflects much of the sunlight that is put out. When open water is revealed from ice melt it is darker in color so it absorbs more sunlight, leading to that rapid melting of ice that we see today. This loss in sea ice can only help one industry, which is shipping. When the sea ice melts, it opens up new shipping routes. The “Northwest Passage” is an arctic sea route which connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. This route is shorter than the traditional
How does climate change affect Arctic animals? Climate change affects Arctic animals drastically by destroying their living habitat and food sources. Polar bears are having a hard time finding food because the ice caps are melting. They use the ice to rest on while hunting for seals, but since there is less ice it’s causing the polar bears to drown from exhaustion. Walruses can eat up to 200 pounds of clams each day. Clams are usually found near the continental shelf but with ice caps melting it is getting harder for walruses to find