New Zealand Summary - Ted Reynolds Geog 101 New Zealand...

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Ted Reynolds Geog 101 New Zealand Presentation Dr. Miller New Zealand lies in the southern Pacific Ocean, 1600 km east of Australia. It is made up of the North and South Islands and a number of smaller islands, with a total area of 268,000 sq km. Also Known as Aotearoa or “The Land of the Long White Cloud” As the Maori would call it. Its population is 4,238,383 and is a predomitly of european decent with a small percentage of Native Maori people still living on the island. Life expentency for men is 76 and for women is 81. The largest city is Auckland with just over a million living there, the capital city is Wellington and little known fact is that Wellington is the southern most capital city of any country at 41°17S. Even though New Zealand is located in the South Pacific, it can be far from tropical. New Zealand’s weather is actually extremely variable, commonly described as “four seasons in one day”. Weather conditions also differ depending on which part of the country you are in. The north of the North Island
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