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Geograafia KT-8.klass

Where is prairie, pampas, steppe, and veldt situated? Eurasia­Steppe, North America-Prairie, South America­Pampa, South Africa­Veldt 3. Using the climate diagram describe the climate of the region. Temperate deciduous forest -Well-defined seasons with a distinct winter characterize this forest biome. Moderate climate and a growing season of 140-200 days during 4-6 frost-free months distinguish temperate forests. Temperature varies from -15° C to 25° C. Precipitation (750-1500 mm) is distributed evenly throughout the year. Temperate grassland- Semiarid, continental climates of the middle latitudes typically have between 25 cm and 50 cm of precipitation a year. Much of this falls as snow, serving as reservoir of moisture for the beginning of the growing season. Warm to hot summers are experienced, depending on latitude. In the winter, grassland temperatures can be as low as -40° C, and in the summer it can be as high 20° C. There are t...

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New Zealand

2%) NZ Sign Language (0.6%) History The first settlers were Eastern Polynesians somewhere around 800 and 1300 AD These settlers developed into a distinct culture known as Mori First European Abel Janszoon Tasman in 1642 British explorer James Cook in 1768­71 Culture and sports Large festivals are held in celebration of Diwali and Chinese New Year. The world's largest Polynesian festival, Pasifika, is an annual event in Auckland. Diwaliis a major Indian and Nepalese holiday. Popular sports are rugby, cricket, bowls, netball, soccer, golf , swimming and tennis. New Zealand has won more Olympic gold medals than any other country. Main tourist attractions Mount Cook Mount Ruapehu and Lake Taupo White Island Bay of Islands Things to do in New Zealand Birdwa...

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Jää-ajast Inglise keeles!

During its long history there have been many changes in climate. Between one and two million years ago one of these changes took place ­ the great Ice Age began. It grew colder in the Far North. More snow fell in the winter than could melt away in the summer. The snow grew deeper and deeper. It changed to solid ice. As more snow fell, the ice grew thicker. It began to move. Great sheets of moving ice, or glaciers, were formed. The edges of the sheets were pushed outward. At last the ice covered most of what is now Canada. And it spread southward into what is now the United States. The ice was probably a mile deep in places. It moved over hills and valleys, rivers and forests. It moved slowly ­ perhaps only a foot a day. Millions of plants were buried by the ice. Many animals moved south. Among the animals able to stand the cold near th...

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Austraalia

Australia Topic Koostas: Aineõpetaja: Tallinn 2011 Location Only one country in the world fills a whole continent. That country is Australia. The continent it fills is Australia, too. Australia, then, is both a country and a continent. If someone wants to make clear that he is speaking of the country, he may call it by its full name of Commonwealth of Australia. Sixty million years ago Australia and its nearby islands were separated from the rest of the world by a great upheaval. They were cut off from Asia by the ocean. Very few people and almost no animals visited Australia before English colonists began to settle there in 1788. During all those 60 million years the native Australian mammals developed by themselves, undisturbed by the animals developing elsewhere. Australia is the only continent except Antarctica that is all sout...

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Kordamine Geograagia kontrolltööks- 8.klass

What is a biome? A biome is a large area of distinctive plants and animals, which are adapted to that environment. The climate and geography determines which type of biome can exist there. 2. Using the map describe the distribution of the biome (tropical rainforest/tropical deciduous forest). Tropical rainforest ­ South America, Africa (Madagaskar), Asia. Tropical deciduous forest ­ South America, Asia, Australia 3. Compare the climates (tropical rainforest/tropical deciduous forest). Tropical rainforest is wetter than tropical deciduous forest. Both of these biomes have a warm climate all year long. Tropical deciduous forest has a well defined dry and a wet season. During the dry season, the trees in tropical deciduous forest lose their leaves. 4. Using the climate diagram describe the climate of the region (tropical rainforest/tropical deciduous forest). 5. Why are tropical rainforest soils no...

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Scotland powerpoint presentation

SCOTLAND Made by · is in northwest Europe that occupies the northwest Europe northern third of the island of Great Britain · part of the United Kingdom · bounded by the North Sea to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the southwest Flag Coat of arms Data · Capital: Edinburgh · Largest city: Glasgow · Languages: English, Gaelic, Scots · Demonym: Scottish · Head of State: Queen Elizabeth II · Total area: 78,772 km² (water 1.9%) · Population: 5,144,200 people · Currency: Pound sterling · Patron Saint: St. Andrew National symbols: thistle kilt tartan pattern bagpipe Flower of Scotland (national anthem) O Flower of Scotland, Those days are past now, When will we see And in the past Your like again, they must remain, That fought and died...

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Topic of Australia

It is the only country in the world that occupies an entire continent. The mainland covers an area of 7.7 million km² and it is about 3700 km from the most northern point to its most southern point and about 4000 km from east to west. There are also many different seas around Australia, like the Coral and the Tasman Seas in the west or the Timor and the Arafura Seas in the north, where the Indian and the Pacific Oceans meet. Because all seas and oceans near Australia are warm, surfing is a very popular hobby. Political subdivision Australia is divided into six states, which are: · New South Wales · Victoria · Queensland · South Australia · Western Australia · Tasmania New South Wales is the most populous state in Australia. Its capital is Sydney. Victoria is one of the most densely populated states in Australia. Its capit...

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France

61,875,822 of these live in metropolitan France, whereas 2,597,318 live in the French overseas departments and territories. Since the 1980s, France has ceased being a country of mass immigration. At the beginning of the twentieth century, France's population growth was low compared to its neighbours, and to its past history. However, the country's population sharply increased with the baby boom following World War II. Age 15 and over can read and write. Religions Rates and groups The birth rate is 12.91 births1,000 population (2007 est.).The death rate is 8.55 deaths1,000 population (2007 est.).Total median age is 39 years. Ethnic groups: Celtic and Latin with Germanic, Slavic, North African (Arab,...

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The Giant Eland

It is found in Central African Republic, Sudan, Cameroon and Senegal. There are two subspecies: the endangered T. d. derbianus, found in Senegal's Niokolo-Koba National Park, and the low risk T. d. gigas, found in Central Africa. Characteristics Giant Eland are typically between 220-290 cm (7.3-9.6 ft) in length, stand approximately 150 to 175 cm (4.9 to 5.7 ft) at the shoulder, and weigh 440-900 kg (968- 1,980 lb). Despite its common name, it is of very similar size to the Common Eland. The smooth coat is reddish- brown to chestnut, usually darker in males than females, with several well-defined vertical white stripes on the torso. A crest of short black hair extends down the neck to the middle of the back, and is especially prominent on the shoulders. The slender legs are slightly lighter on their inner surfac...

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Estonia

The territory of Estonia covers 45,227 km2 . Tallinn is the capital and largest city of Estonia.The city is an important industrial, political and cultural center, and seaport Estonia is a democratic parliamentary republic and is divided into fifteen counties. Estonia is one of the least-populous members of the European Union. Estonia lies in the northern part of the temperate climate zone Estonia has four seasons of near-equal length. The official language is Estonian.Võro and Seto in southern counties are spoken along with Estonian. The Estonian national flag is a tri-color- blue, black and white. The national currency is the Eestonian kroon. Estonia has over 1,400 lakes. Most are very small, with the largest, Lake Peipsi being 3,555 km² .There are many rivers in the country. The longest of them are Võhandu (162 km), Pärnu (144 km), and Põltsamaa (135 km).Estonia has numerous fen...

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Natural zones and flora of Australia

There are five distinguishable natural zones in Australia. In the very east there are wet forests (1.) that occupy the space between the Great Dividing Range and the eastern coast. Westward from the Great Dividing Range the wet forests give place to beautiful grasslands with some trees . These grasslands are called the savannas (2.). Farther west the trees disappear and the bushlands (3.) begin. The real desert (4.) occupies the centre of the Western Plateau. In the very southwest there are thin forests of evergreen trees (5.). Most of Australian trees are kinds of eucalyptus trees (or gum trees to Australians) and acacia ( wattle to Australians). Eucalyptus trees are found everywhere in Australia. There are many kinds of them and they greatly differ in size. One kind, the great mountain ash, can grow to 120 metres and it grows in the wet forests in the eastern part of the continent.These strong trees do not d...

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The California Floristic Province hotspot

The California Floristic Province The California Floristic Province is a zone of Mediterranean-type climate and has the high levels of plant endemism characteristic of these regions. The hotspot is home to the giant sequoia, the planet's largest living organism and its taller but less massive relative, the coastal redwood. This region also holds a number of threatened endemic species such as the giant kangaroo rat and the desert slender salamander, and some of the last individuals of the Critically Endangered California condor can still be found here. In fact, it is the largest avian breeding ground in the United States. Wilderness destruction caused by commercial farming is a major threat for the region as the California Floristic Province generates half of all the agricultural products used by U.S. consumers. The hotspot is also heavily threatened by the expansion of urban areas, pollution, and road construction. The Calif...

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Uluru

b Uluru, also named as Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock in the central of Australia. Uluru and Kata Tjuta are the two major features of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Uluru is sacred to the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara, the Aboriginal people of the area. Uluru is one of Australia`s most recognisable natural icons (of course).The world-renowned sandstone is 348m high, 5 km long and 1,5km wide.It is interesting that Uluru changes colour as the different light strikes it at different times of the day and year.Uluru produce an incredible light show at sunset ,with crimsons turning to rusts and pinks to mauves.Uluru has also many springs, waterholes,rock caves and ancient paintings. Fauna and flora Historically, 46 species of native mammals are known to have been living in the Uluru region; acc...

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Canada

Canada Introduction · occupies most of northern North America · extendes from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northward into the Arctic Ocean. · Second largest country by total area · Capital: Ottawa (area: 2,778.64 km²) · Largest city: Toronto · Official languages: 1. English 2. French Government · Parliamentary democracy and Constitutional monarchy · Monarch: HM Queen Elizabeth II (UK) · Prime Minister : Stephen Harper Main Sights Parliament H ill, Ottawa. The Peacekeeping M onument in Ottawa. Butchart Gardens CN Tower Sports in Canada ·Ice hockey ·Lacrosse ·Baseball ·Others Used Links · http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada · http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sport_in_Cana da ...

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Air pollution

Air pollution Janne Sinkarev, 8c Air pollution · Natural sources such as: Dust,smoke, volcanic eruption and · What is it? also forest fire. · Air pollution is the introduction of · Anthropogenic sources such as: chemicals, particulate matter, or aerosol sprays, toxic biological materials that cause gases,rocketry and some more for harm or discomfort to humans or millitary use. Also chemicals and other living organisms, or dust. Also transport: cars, motor damages the natural environment vehickles, marine vessels, planes. into the atmosphere. · Air pollution divided into two: Air pollution, which cames by human activity(Anthropogenic sources) and air pollution, which cames by natu...

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Newfoundland

Newfoundland and Labrador is home to Iceberg Alley, one of the best places in the world to view icebergs. Just off the coast, the meeting of the cool Labrador Current and the warm Gulf Stream creates an abundance of marine life that attracts thousands of whales, and provides rich nesting grounds for millions of seabirds. To put things in perspective, Newfoundland and Labrador is a little smaller than California, slightly bigger than Japan, and twice the size of the entire United Kingdom. Geography The island of Newfoundland covers 111,390 square kilometres. With the addition of the vast territory of Labrador, the province covers a total area of 405,212 square kilometres, and has more than 29,000 kilometres of unspoiled coastline. Nature Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the best places to see n...

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Quebec

The only Canadian province with a predominantly French- speaking population. Largest province by area. second-largest administrative division. Bordes West by the province of Ontario, James Bay and Hudson Bay. North by Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay. East by the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, Newfoundland and Labrador and New Brunswick. South the U.S.A. Geography 90% of Quebec's territory lies within the Canadian Shield The Eastern Canadian forests cover the Appalachian Mountains Climate Most of central Quebec has a subarctic climate. Winters are long, very cold, and snowy. Summers are warm but very short. History At the time of first European contact and later colonization, A...

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Report: Canada

b Instructor: Tiiu Martma Intro: Canada is a country occupying most of northern North America, extending from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northward into the Arctic Ocean. It is the world's second largest country by total area and its common border with the United States to the south and northwest is the longest in the world. The land occupied by Canada was inhabited for millennia by various groups of Aboriginal people. Beginning in the late 15th century, British and French expeditions explored, and later settled along, the Atlantic coast. France ceded nearly all of its colonies in North America in 1763 after the Seven Years' War. In 1867, with the union of three British North American colonies through Confederation, Canada was formed as a federal dominion of four provinces. It is a bilingual and multicul...

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Tundra

It was formed 10 000 years ago. Located at latitudes 55° to 70° North. Almost all tundras are located in the Northern Hemisphere, encircling arctic desert and extending south to the coniferous forests of the taiga. The ecotone (ecological boundary region) between the tundra and the forest is known as the tree line or timberline. Tundra comes from the Finnish word tunturi, meaning treeless plain. It is noted for its frost-moulded landscapes, extremely low temperatures, little precipitation, poor nutrients, and short growing seasons. Dead organic material functions as a nutrient pool. The two major nutrients are nitrogen and phosphorus. Nitrogen is created by biological fixation, and phosphorus is created by precipitation. The most distinctive characteristic of tundra soil is its permafrost, a permanently frozen layer of ground. The average winter temperature is -28°C, but the average summe...

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Tundra loomad

When it was seen how valuable they were, they were brought to Alaska in 1887 and later to parts of Canada. These North American reindeer became known as caribou. Although they are called by different names, they are both considered to be a single species. Unlike deer, both the male and female have antlers. The antlers of the male are long, branched and massive, and they are a little flattened at the ends. The antlers of the female are much shorter, simpler and more slender and irregular. Their large, spreading hooves support the animal in snow in the winter and marshy tundra in the summer. Reindeer are also great swimmers and use their feet as paddles. They can also lower their metabolic rate and go into a semi-hibernation when conditions get very harsh. When it looks like there is nothing to eat on the wint...

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