Answer is: tree stratum, small tree or sapling layer, shrub layer, herb layer, ground layer 7. Another name for a coniferous forest is “Taiga”, what language does this come from? Answer is: the Russian name for the forest 8. What are the four different “zones” of the marine biome? Answer is: intertidal zone, pelagic zone, benthic zone, abyssal 9.
Industries: Advanced manufacturing capability for weapons, uniforms and footwear, and arable and livestock farms all over the North for food, leather and wool. States: California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin Victories: The Battle of Antietam KIA: 110,000 Wounded: 275,000 Name: Union, Yankee President: Abraham
North American bison and westward expansion Michael Chambers AACL19E3U2 November, 10, 2013 Melissa Warren North American bison and westward expansion The North American bison, more commonly known as the American buffalo, is the largest land animal in North America. Bison are on average more than six feet tall and weigh in at over a ton. These proud and majestic animals were once the dominant species of the North American continent, covering an astonishing majority of the continent from northern Canada to northern Mexico and from what is now western New York to what is now eastern Washington. It is estimated by today’s scientists that there were over 30 million bison in North America prior to the arrival of European settlers. “Even in South Central Africa, which has always been exceedingly prolific in great herds of game, it is probable that all its quadrupeds taken together on an equal area would never have more than equaled the total number of buffalo in this country forty years ago.” (Hornady, 1889, p387).
Geography and the Development and Diffusion of Human Society Diane Maunton Western Governors University Environmental or Physical Geographic Factors The two most significant geographic factors or environmental factors that contributed to the expansion and development of the United States were the Mississippi River and the discovery of the Cumberland Gap. This paper will discuss the geographic factors in the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia as well as the diffusion of tea. The Mississippi River or “Great River “is the third largest river in North America. It flows approximately 2350 miles from Lake Itasca through the central United States to the Gulf of Mexico. The Mississippi River water shed is the fourth largest in the world extending from the Allegheny Mountains to the Rocky Mountains.
They have approximately 60,000 people for their population and up to 35,000 of that are residing in Alaska with multiple tinier groups in the other parts they occupy. A big change that they went through is when they crossed the Land bridge, somewhere between 6000 BC