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Welcome To The Maples Canadian Geography Page

-by Martin (Phyisical regions), Mckenzie (climate), Gwynne (population)
and Reilly (Natural resources)
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jobs/topics:
Reilly:computer/topic 4
Martin:topic 2
Mckenzie:topic 3
Gwynne:topic 1



Daily Work Log
Nov.12 -Gwynne and Martin were writing the quebec page, Mckenzie was watching the criteria and Reilly decided who did what and found a link
nov. 5 mckenzie and gwynne are reading about quebec and martin and reilly are working on the wiki ^.^
Oct 30-Mckenzie was looking for good links and pictures for Quebec and doing his sheet.
-Gwynne was doing the daily work log and the Sheet.
-Martin and Reilly were doing their sheet
-Reilly Gwynne and martin work on planner

Oct 28 -We chose who does what. Gwynne proofreads, Martin checks over, mckenzie makes make sure we have enough and Reilly looks for pictures.
Oct 27 -Martin added a link to a Quebec page.
Oct. 23 -Martin and Gwynne added their paragraphs to the wiki
-Reilly worked on his rough draft because he was away
-Mckenzie had already added his paragraph
-Martin and Gwynne did the daily work log

Oct. 21st -Gwynne started to make the website.
-Mckenzie and Martin were working on their paragraphs.
-Reilly was away
-Martin Mckenzie and Reilly still need to finish their paragraphs then we have to compare them and add them to our website.


Canadian Geographical paragraphs.


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{climate} climate is cool for many things. Climate is super importune population
because I know for a fact that know one wants to live near a hurricane
or a tornado. They could get hurt in many ways. In forests wind can easy
some times blow down trees. And most of the time the coldest place are
mou
ntains. And this is why you don't get in climate way.

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Martin
{physical region}
Physical region is the terrain of the land. The reason the physical region is so important is because wheat is hard to grow in the cordilleras and the population don’t want to live in the mountains because it is hard and cold. That reminds me the climate for many regions rely on the fact that the higher the altitude the colder it gets. So the physical regions are important to all the categories

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Gwy
nne population

Population connects to physical regions, climate and natural resources. Population connects to physical regions because not many people live in mountainous regions such as the Yukon. More people live n regions where it’s easier to live. Population relates to climate because more people live in warmer, sunnier, muggier climates such as like Toronto and not in colder climates like Nunavut.
It connects to natural resources because more people live where important resources are cheaper and easier to access such as Alberta for oil. Those are the connections of the geographical themes.



Reilly natural resources
Natural resources connects to population because people live by natural resources. Physical regions affects the resources by altitude and latitude. Climate affects resources from the heat and cold weather. The heat is better for growing wheat and the cold is better for growing sweet peas. These are the connections of natural resources.











Article Rough draft:

Climate affects resources because of the heat and cold weather which effects the growth of the plants and food. Population connects to physical regions because not many people live in mountainous regions such as the Yukon where it is very cold. The reason the physical region is so important is because wheat is hard to grow in the cordilleras and the population don’t want to live in the mountains because it is hard and cold. Many people like to live muggy place like Quebec's and Ontario. Quebec is special in many ways because it is in the Canadian shield.Climate is super important to population because I know for a fact that no one wants to live near a hurricane or a tornado zone. Quebec is a place where it is cold because it is near the artic.



Quebec
http://www.vieux.montreal.qc.ca/eng/accueila.htm
http://travelvideo.tv/videos/quebec.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quebec_City
http://www.quebecregion.com/e/
http://wikitravel.org/en/Quebec
http://www.bonjourquebec.com/qc-en/accueil0.html
http://www.ville.quebec.qc.ca/accueil/index.shtml
http://books.google.ca/books?hl=en&id=_vA0o0e0PdgC&dq=quebec&printsec=frontcover&source=web&ots=EJQkWu7b-l&sig=Wt4EDoObnqgUM6eqYT_VnwKxRKU&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=11&ct=result
http://www.gouv.qc.ca/portail/quebec/pgs/commun
http://www.assnat.qc.ca/eng/index.html

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