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Classroom Activities

Canadian Geographic Poster Maps

Canadian Geographic Poster Maps


Ottawa Valley
International Polar Year
Mackenzie Delta
South Gulf Islands


Human Geography

Human Geography


Operation Husky: A Geographical Perspective
Demography
Exploration / expeditions
Design Your Own Suburb
Why is the past important?
Public lands: Preserve or develop?
Human river
User-friendly rivers


Physical Geography

Physical Geography


Aquifers and recharge areas
Prairies
Changing With the Tide
Using Venn Diagrams to Compare Two Ecosystems
Mountains
Our parks
No magic borders
Be a geography detective
Public lands: Hidden histories
The great energy debate
Fluctuations in the Price of Oil
Biography of a river
Capillary Action
Determine Discharge of Stream
Direction of River Flow
Field Work
Factors affecting infiltration and runoff
Goop to geoforms
Infiltration
Listen to the Land
Playing in Mud Puddles
Runoff
School Made Sampling Field Studies Equipment
Spongy Wetlands
Stream Table
Water Goes Around and Comes Around
What is a River System?
A River Puzzle!
The rivers of Canada: How they shaped our country
Weather
Rock art


Environmental Geography

Environmental Geography


Environment
Environmental Issues in the Polar Regions
Can We Keep the Lake Clean?
If a tree falls in the forest…
Why preserve biodiversity?
Wildfire: Friend or foe?
Human river
Watch your Water Use
Endangered species


Geomatics

Geomatics


Mapping and GIS
Alberta and Saskatchewan: The View in 1905
Mapping Crime
Spotlight on Nunavut

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