The landscape Martín Gómez, Xoana Rama, Lucía Rodríguez and Sara Sebe. 3ºB 2014
1) Introduction: • The landscape, from the geographical point of view, is the object of study from which geography is. From the artistic point of view is the graphical representation of extensive grounds. The landscape can depends of a set of elements like:
2)Climate • Theclimateisthe set of atmosphericconditionstypical of a geographicarea. There are variousclimates:
2.1) Climate: • CONTINENTAL CLIMATE: This climate is always very changeable. These types of landscapes are so populated
2.2) Climate: • OCEAN CLIMATE: This climate has soft temperatures, in winter and summer. They are usually very raining places, so the landscape is so green.
2.3) Climate: • HIGH MOUNTAIN CLIMATE: This climate is very cold the whole year. They have very little population.
2.4) Climate: • COLD CLIMATE: This climate is the coldest in the world. This places are less populated than high mountain landscapes.
2.5) Climate: • HOT CLIMATE: This is the hottest climate because of the closeness to the equator.
3)Relief • Theheigh of a place modifiesthe general climaticconditions .
4)Bibliography • http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relieve • http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relieve_terrestre • http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clima • http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paisaje