Reality to Film: The Perfect Storm The true story about fishing of
the Grand Banks in the eye of a hurricane.
PREDICTING DANGEROUS STORMS
Storms tracked by flight crews include tropical cyclones. Monster tropical cyclones are called
hurricanes in the Atla
As we go through the powerpoint, using the chart below, complete the descriptions
of how each of these landform features is created.
Landform Features Formed by Continental Glaciers
The Collapse of the East Coast Fisheries
Moratorium a ban on all fishing. This is decided by the government.
Fish stocks the population of fish
DFO The Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Federal Government.
Quota the amount of f
Unit 2 The Maritimes
Note: You are expected to be present on the Test day. If you are unable to attend due to illness,
please have your parents phone the school BEFORE 9 AM on the test day, and be sure to
BRING A NOTE THE FIRST DAY BACK. You will be expec
CANADAS LANDFORM REGIONS:
Landforms are the physical structures that make up the appearance
of the earths crust.
Some examples (but not all.) are: Mountains, Valleys, Plains, Hills.
Think of landforms this way
If you were a giant and could
pick the eart
Regional Map : Central Canada
(Ontario and Quebec)
Materials: textbook map, the WEB, this assignment sheet
Using the class atlases and your textbook map of Canada (inside front cover), locate and label
the following landmarks on your map.
Climate that is impacted by large bodies
Land and water heat/cool at different
In the winter the water cools slower then
the land and therefore areas close to
large bodies of water in the winter tend
to be warmer in tem
Cross-section of North America
Label the features from the diagram above.
B. _ I. _
L. _ M. _
Landform Regions and Rock Type
A GLACIER forms when yearly snowfall in a region far
exceeds the amount of snow and ice that melts during
the summer months.
Most of the world's glaciers are found near the Poles,
but glaciers exist on all of the world's continents, even