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Further discussion and a series of photographs of Hawai’i’s volcanic landscapes are found in Chapter 17. Glaciation has also helped shape the landforms of North America. Glacial ice forms when snowpack in high latitudes or high elevations does not completely melt during the summer; more snow is added in winter, and again, the snowpack does not melt. This layering technique builds up snow layers that will eventually transform into glacial ice under their own weight. When enough ice has formed, the glacier will begin to move down slope.
1 Air Masses of North America Source Region Temperature and Moisture Characteristics in Source Region cA Arctic basin and Greenland ice cap Bitterly cold and very dry in winter Stable Cold waves in winter cP Interior Canada and Alaska Very cold and dry in winter Stable entire year a. Cold waves in winter North Pacific Mild (cool) and humid entire year Unstable in winter Air Mass mP Stability in Source Region Associated Weather b. Modified to cPk in winter over Great Lakes bringing “lake-effect” snow to leeward shores a.
Here, the Yukon Basin and Northwestern Highlands occupy most of central Alaska and the southern part of the Yukon Territory where most of the land is hilly or mountainous. Last, but certainly not least of the 12 major physiographic regions discussed in this chapter, is the Hawai’ian province. 9 The southernmost bar in the United States at 19º latitude on the Big Island of Hawai’i. In business, it is often said that location is everything. region that is geographically disconnected from the mainland of the continent by more than 2000 miles.