The Arctic Lowlands and Hudson Bay Lowlands are a physiographic division, lying between ... The Arctic Lowlands are plains located in Canada. Plains are extensive areas of level or gently rolling land. In North America there is a large, flat interior Plain.
To the north, the plains shoulder the waters of Hudson Bay and James Bay. ... Rising slowly from sea level, this flat lowland reaches an average elevation of just 120 metres. ... Cold, dry arctic air typically lingers over the area throughout winter.
The Persistence of Aboriginal Land Use: Fish and Wildlife Harvest Areas in the Hudson and James Bay Lowland, Ontario.
The Hudson Bay Lowlands surrounding the Bay have many characteristics that ... Lying beneath the watersogged land is the largest store of peat in North America. ... and long-tailed ducks, use the Hudson Bay Lowlands as breeding grounds.
Settlement and Land Use Patterns in the Hudson Bay Lowlands of Northern .... sea which funnels weather patterns southward from the Arctic (Chapman and 10 ...
1. Western Cordillera. 2. Interior Plains. 3. Canadian Shield. 4. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence. Lowlands. 5. Appalachian. 6. Hudson Bay Lowlands - Arctic. Lowlands.
... regions: Arctic Lands, Cordillera, Interior Plains, Hudson Bay Lowland, ... but later usage limited its application to physical geography in particular and, more ...