Canada's Physical Geography

By: Vishaal, Pablo, Nithin, and Sheetal

Biomes

Seasons

Landforms

Natural Disasters.

Canada has faced earthquakes, avalanches, cyclones, and fires; caused by the extreme temperatures, high winds, and the movement of the Earth's tectonic plates.




Climate Zones


There are many different climate types in Canada. Depending on the location in Canada, that are may experience different climate than any other region in Canada. For example, during winter the northern tip of Canada has no daylight and it is really cold, while southern Canada receives at least 8 hours of daylight(sun).

When it comes to climate conditions in southern Canada, it is a mix. This region will receive cold fronts from the arctic side and warm air from the south.

Climate types not only have a part in their geographic location to the poles and the equator but the oceans play a role as well.



There are many different climate types in Canada. Depending on the location in Canada, that are may experience different climate than any other region in Canada. For example, during winter the northern tip of Canada has no daylight and it is really cold, while southern Canada receives at least 8 hours of daylight(sun).

When it comes to climate conditions in southern Canada, it is a mix. This region will receive cold fronts from the arctic side and warm air from the south.

Climate types not only have a part in their geographic location to the poles and the equator but the oceans play a role as well.