Canadian Tar Sands

5 Themes of Geography Presentation

5 Themes of Geography

Location

  • Northern Alberta in the Athabasca, Cold Lake, and Peace River Areas
  • 142,000 square km

Place

Human-Environment Interaction

  • Using for our needs
  • Digging up the ground
  • CO2 emissions
  • Extreme water usage
  • Tailing ponds

Movement

Regions

The Boreal Forest
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The Four Quadrant Approach

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Bibliogrpahy


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