Scandinavian Mountains

Made by Jayden Grimm

Interesting facts

Location:In Norway the Scandinavian Mountains are located in Sweden.The Scandinavian Mountains run through the Scandinavian Peninsula.also boarders along the atlantic ocean.


Size:Arguably the largest peninsula in Europe, the Scandinavian Peninsula is approximately 1,850 kilometers (1,150 mi) long with a width varying approximately from 370 to 805 kilometers (230 to 500 miles).


Physical characteristics:The climate of the Scandinavian 2000 meter mountains is typically maritime, and it is strongly influenced by Atlantic weather systems.Also the landform is very hot in the summer.


Human characteristics:There are some human life in the moutains but the climate and Rugged landform make it harder to live there.


Terrain:Much of Sweden is heavily forested, with 69% of the country being forest and woodland, while farmland constitutes only 8% of land use. Southern Sweden is predominantly agricultural, with increasing forest coverage northward. Mountains and hills are dominant in the west. About 15% of Sweden lies north of the Arctic circle.


Natural resources:e may not be many natural recourses but there is always one thing that just about everything has in common natural beauty.

Wildlife

The Arctic Fox ,Norway lemming,tundra wolf, the raccoon dog, the errusain lynx, and the arctic hare are the main types of animals hat you will see.

EX.WOLF

Scandinavia's Tundra Wolf:


The Tundra Wolf (Canis lupus albus), is a subspecies of the Gray Wolf and can be found throughout northern Europe and Asia, primarily in the northern arctic and boreal regions of Scandinavia and Russia. Tundra wolves are among the largest of the gray wolf subspecies (44-56 kg), and can range in color.

Analysis

There a lot more physical made features than human made features,in fact there are only about 400 people living there. Most people live on the bottom of the mountain then the top of the scandinavian mountains.Also since its a pretty large mountain,lots of people come and climb the mountains.