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We're Moving Where? Come learn about Alaska I’m moving to Alaska? What? This PowerPoint holds true facts about Barrow, Alaska.
Where are we moving? .Barrow,Alaska United States of AmericaIn the Arctic Circle It’s a tundra area
Lattitude and LongitudeLatitude: 71 Degrees North. Longitude:156 Degrees West.
Physical/Geographical FeaturesThe Interior Plains runs through Barrow. There are some interesting animals in Barrow like Wolves and Arctic Foxes. I live in Barrow, Alaska!
Climate Cold and dry Below freezing from October to MayThe lowest average temperature is in Alaska Less than 5 inches of rain a year Less than 30 inches of snow
Vegetation Grass Moss Lichen Other short plants
Possible Jobs A Fisherman A Miner A Lumberman
Suburban,Urban,or Rural?If you at the picture to the left,you will see many houses.
My Opinion I personally would not want to live here because it is too cold. But,I would like to see the northern lights.
Thank You Thank you for watching. Thanks to google for the awesome pictures.If you want, you can go to google.com for more information about Barrow,Alaska.THANK YOU
Were Moving Where? To start this slide show and see Francesca and Sabrinas wonderful presentation to where theyre moving click. here.
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