is about 25 degrees Celsius. The reason that this region has rocky surfaces is because millions of years ago there were mountains in the sub-region, through water, freeze thaw and fluvial erosion the mountains have eroded into hard even land. Pulp and paper mills are whipping out many of the large thick coniferous forests, thereby endangering the animals that call the coniferous forests of the Canadian Shield home. Improv, oh yeah suckers, this mass of rock takes improv to the next level. The Canadian Shield is the largest sub-region in the Northern Region.
Vegetation in the Canadian Shield is mainly coniferous forests. As you go north trees are smaller and not as dense. Every year many people go to areas of the Canadian Shield to see its flat rocky ground and thick coniferous forests. This is called the "tundra".
They have smelters near the mines and many pulp and paper mills. The average temperature in the northern part of the Canadian Shield is about 35 in the winter and about 15 in the summer. The southern section of the Canadian Shield is mainly boreal, meaning that it is mostly coniferous forests. The growing season is about 120 days. The growing season is only about 60 days and in the winter the north only has about.5 hours of daylight. Its southern-most point is 89W 44N, the Northern-most point is, 105W 57N, the Western-most point is 115W 57N and the Eastern-most point is 57W 51N. Location, using longitude and latitude you can find the coordinates of the Canadian Shield. They research better ways to mine and conduct forestry. You can't even imagine what will happen, and that is why you just gotta be there and experience. In the southern parts of the Canadian Shield such as southern Ontario the climate is seasonal. In the summer the northern part has.5 hours of daylight everyday. In the northern part it is rocky frozen tundra.