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Monday, February 9, 2009

Anticipating My Departure to Churchill


I can't believe the day is near for me to leave on my adventure. I am immensely excited and yet thinking of all the things I need to do before I catch my plane for Winnipeg Canada on Thursday morning. Please help me out by finding the following information:

1. I am frantically trying to pack my suitcase, what is the weather forecast for Churchill, Manitoba for the end of this week into the next week?
2. Using what you now know about the difference between weather and climate, tell me the climate of Churchill Manitoba.
3. On the train ride from Winnipeg to Churchill, I will be passing through several ecosystems. Name the ecosystems and their characteristics.
4. Once I get into Churchill on Saturday afternoon, I will have a few hours to explore the town; what should I see and do?

Thanks in advance, for all the information you can send my way!

27 Comments:

At February 9, 2009 at 9:53 AM , Anonymous 2/JD said...

1.Thursday -2F, Sunny.

Friday -7F, clear

Early next week temperatures are going to be increasing from (-16C to -6C) and it will be partly cloudy or sunny.



2 .Most precipitation and warm weather occurs in the summer time. Extremely harsh winters with cold temperatures.




3.Theres a tundra climate where the soil is frozen and cant grow trees. There is also a grass land climate where there is tall grasses and etc.


4.You can go to the Eskimo museum , dog sledding, or maybe even the prince of wales fort.

 
At February 9, 2009 at 10:15 AM , Anonymous 2-cmc said...

1. Thursday: -9f, cloudy with sunny breaks, the wind 12mph.
-Friday: 0f, variable cloudiness the wind 12mph.
Temperatures decrease at first then slightly increase as the week goes on. There won’t be any snow and it will be mostly sunny.
2. The climate of Churchill Manitoba is arctic.
3. The three ecosystems fromWinnipeg to Churchill are tundra, boreal forest and marine environments
4. When you’re in Churchill you can go see the polar bears. And go try the Chinese food.

 
At February 9, 2009 at 10:22 AM , Anonymous 2-MJ said...

1) In Churchill, Manitoba.
On Monday- 13 f/11 f Snow 60% Chance of precipitation
Tuesday- 13f/8f Snow 60% Chance of precipitation
Wednesday- 10f/-5f Snow 60% chance of precipitation
Thursday- -2f/-11f Clear
Friday- -7f/-9f Clear
Next week (14-24) will be cloudy and partly cloudy. Temps. Range from -20 below and -10 below.
2) Churchill experiences both continental and maritime climates. With a temperature range of 39C, Churchill experiences relatively cold weather year round, but summers are somewhat moderated by the close proximity to the Hudson Bay. Winters are better categorized as harsh, like those of an extreme northern climate. Receiving only 414mm of precipitation for the entire year, Churchill gets most of its precipitation in the summer.
3) The ecosystems in Churchill are Marine, Tundra, and Boreal Forest.
.4) You could go to eat at Churchill Motel and restaurant, snowshoeing, Ice fish.

 
At February 9, 2009 at 1:07 PM , Anonymous 7-j.p said...

1 Temps. Range from -20 below and -10 below. On Monday- 13 f/11 f Snow 60% Chance of precipitation
Tuesday- 13f/8f Snow 60% Chance of precipitation
Wednesday- 10f/-5f Snow 60% chance of precipitation
Thursday- -2f/-11f Clear
Friday- -7f/-9f.
2 Most precipitation and warm weather occurs in the summer time. Extremely harsh winters with cold temperatures.
3.Theres a tundra climate where the soil is frozen and cant grow trees. There is also a grass land climate where there is tall grasses,
tundra, boreal forest and marine environments.
4.You can go to the Eskimo museum , dog sledding, or maybe even the prince of Wales fort. You could go to eat at Churchill Motel and restaurant, snowshoeing, Ice fish.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 8:48 AM , Anonymous 1.MR said...

1. The weather for Churchill, Thursday snow showers 3C, -4C. Friday snow showers 0C, -8C and Saturday -6C,-16C

2. Churchill experiences both continental and maritime climates. With a temperature range of 39C, Churchill experiences relatively cold weather year round, but summers are somewhat moderated by the close proximity to the Hudson Bay. Winters are better categorized as harsh, like those of an extreme northern climate. Receiving only 414mm of precipitation for the entire year, Churchill gets most of its precipitation in the summer.

3. Three distinct ecosystems run headlong into each other along this coastline. In only a few miles, you can travel from the withered edge of Canada's boreal forest, across the tundra to the waters of Hudson Bay, rugged and defiant

4. You should pack warm clothes for the area, because you need to remember that you are in Canada and it is pretty cold because it is expose to snow some day or just every day.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 8:48 AM , Anonymous 1st-rayman said...

1. The whether is looking pretty cold. The lowest is going to be 6C and the highest will look to be about 26C.
2. The climate look be both continental and maritime climates. Churchill has a latitude of 58N, meaning it is located well into the northern hemisphere, causing it to receive a high Aledo, meaning rays from the sun are reflected by the snow and ice. This results in low temperatures year round.
3. the ecosystems in both Winnipeg and Churchill is home to thousands of beluga whales, giant herds of caribou, tundra wildflowers, great boreal forests and a fascinating mix of cultures. One of the ecosystems are tundra, and Iceland.
4. You should do something fun like dogsleding, or look for something you would not see here like moose or Wales

 
At February 10, 2009 at 8:58 AM , Anonymous 1-D.A. said...

1. The Weather forecast for Churchill, Manitoba for the end of this week is:
Into the next week is:
--There will be snow, and it will be 17 degrees Celsius on Saturday, Sunday-19 degrees and cloudy, Mon-19 degrees no sun, Tues-15 degrees cloudy and more sun,Wed-17 degrees and more sun, Thurs-13 degrees, Fri-12 degrees, Sat-11 degrees.

2. The climate of Churchill, Manitoba is the Arctic.

3. The Ecosystems are Marine area- Polar bears and fish,
Tundra-low shrubs, sedges, reindeer mosses, liverworts, and grasses 400 varieties of flowers and boreal forest-Cold, and lots of animals.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 9:07 AM , Anonymous 2-SB said...

The weather forecast for Churchill, Manitoba
On Monday the 9th is 60% chance of precipitation 13f/11f.Tuesday the 10th weather is 60% chance of precipitation snow 13f/8f. Wednesday the 11th forecast is 60% chance of precipitation 10f/
-5f. Thursday weather forecast is looking clear but a little cold -2f/-11f. Fridays forecasts is clear with a temp of -7f/-9f
Next weeks forecast 14-23 is looking partly cloudly/cloudly and temp. Will range -19f/-11f

2) The climate for chruchhill, Manitoba is Churchill experiences both continental and maritime climates. Temperature range of 39C, Churchill experiences relatively cold weather year round, but summers are somewhat moderated by the close proximity to the Hudson Bay. Winters are better categorized as harsh, like those of an extreme northern climate. Receiving only 414mm of precipitation for the entire year, Churchill gets most of its precipitation in the summer.

3) The Churchill’s several ecosystems are Marine, Tundra, and Boreal Forest)

4) Snowshoe & track wildlife at Riding Mountain National Park Edged by a high, rugged escarpment, Riding Mountain National Park is an island of wilderness over the agricultural landscape. Wildlife thrives in the mix of forests, meadows and broad valleys, lined with more than 180 miles of trails, superb year-round. Keep a camera ready for sightings of moose, elk, beaver, black bear, fox, and if you're very lucky, lynx or wolf.

See northern lights on northern nights
Seeing the northern lights in Manitoba has been called one of the 'top 25 adventures of a lifetime.' Some of the best shows occur January to March, when nature sends her lasers to make shifting curtains of spectacular northern lights. A facility with see-through domes built into the roof makes light viewing a warm and comfortable experience for visitors unaccustomed to Churchill winters.




253 Kelsey Blvd.
Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
R0B 0E0
204-675-2322
tdasilva@mts.net




Whether you are in the mood for a charbroiled burger or a gourmet meal, Gypsy's Bakery has it all, restaurant can seat up to 100 guests. Their great food and friendly service comes highly recommended by the many residents, visitors and tour companies who have made Gypsy's Bakery the place to be in Churchill, Manitoba.
Among their numerous services:
• grocery supplier to ships in Port
• catering to parties and weddings etc.
• box lunches for tour buggies, boats, and picnics
• northern cuisine
• fresh baked goods

 
At February 10, 2009 at 9:25 AM , Anonymous 2-ba said...

1) The weather forecast for Churchill, Manitoba for the end of this week and into next week is: Wednesday is scattered snow showers/wind and the high is 5 degrees and a low of 2 degrees. Thursday is snow showers with a high of 3 degrees and a low of -4 degrees. Friday is snow showers with a high of 0 degrees and a low of -8 degrees. Saturday is a snow shower with a high of -6 degrees and a low of -16 degrees. Sunday is going to be mostly cloudy with a high of -9 and a low of -13 degrees. Monday is going to be scattered snow showers with a high of -6 and a low of -12 degrees. Tuesday is going to be scatter snow showers with a high of -4 and a low of -11 degrees. Wednesday is going to be a snow shower and the high is going to be -3 and the low degree is going to be -11.
2) In January the precipitation was 17 mm with a temperature of -27 c. February the precipitation was 13 mm and -25 c when in March it was 18 mm and -20 c. April brought 23 mm of precipitation -10 c and May had 31 mm of precipitation with the temperature of -1 c. June was 45 mm for precipitation and 6 c. July had 51 mm precipitation and 12 c. August had brought 61 mm of precipitation and 11 c. September had 53 mm and the temperature of 6 c. October had the precipitation of 47 mm and the temperature of -1 c. November had a 35 mm and -13 c. December had the temperature of -23 c and the precipitation of 20 mm.
3 The ecosystems are marine, tundra, boreal.
4) Some things you can do is witnessing the 3,000 white beluga whales migrate into Hudson Bay. You can also watch the tundra’s seasonal wildflowers. You may also perhaps view an arctic fox, caribou or even the powerful polar bear or you can observe the incredible bird life of the Arctic tundra. If you want more adventure you, can try the optional Snorkeling with Belugas. You may as well see northern lights.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 9:26 AM , Anonymous Peter Jackson said...

1. Monday 2//9/09- cloudy 60 percent chance of flurries, wind up to 15km/h
Tuesday 2/10/09- cloudy 60 percent chance of flurries, wind becoming north east 30km/h in the morning
Wednesday 2/11/09- periods of snow
Thursday 2/12/09- sunny
Friday 2/13/09- sunny
Saturday 2/14/09- snowy
Sunday 2/15/09- partly cloudy with some sun
Monday 2/16/09- partly cloudy with some sun
Tuesday 2/17/09- partly cloudy with some sun
Wednesday 2/18/09- partly cloudy with some sun
Thursday 2/19/09- partly cloudy with some sun
Friday 2/20/09- partly cloudy with some sun
Monday 2/21/09- partly cloudy with some sun
Tuesday 2/22/09- partly cloudy with some sun
Wednesday 2/23/09- partly cloudy with some sun
2. A cold climate, hotter in the spring, colder in the winter
3. Tundra, a cold climate, short season for growth, large population oscillations. Boreal forest

4. You could go snowshoeing, skiing, and you could eat at a restaurant.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 11:35 AM , Anonymous 4th+5th VP said...

1. On Thursday 2/12/09 the weather will be -14c and there will be 60% precipitation a with 5% chance of sun.
The weather for Friday will be -16 °C with 5% chance of sun with 45% chance of precipitation. The weather for Saturday will be -16 °C with a 10% chance of sun and 40%chance of precipitation. The weather for Sunday will be -22 °C with a 30% chance of sun and 20%chance of precipitation. The weather for Monday will be -21 °C with a 55% chance of sun and 5%chance of precipitation. The Tuesday will be -21 °C with a 50% chance of sun and 40%chance of precipitation. On Wednesday it will be cloudy with sunny periods. 30 percent chance of flurries in the morning. Temperature steady near -19C. Wind chill -30. On Thursday, it will be sunny with a low -18C and a high of -15C (5F). On Friday it will be Sunny.
-18c. Normal’s for the period low -29C.



2. The climate in Churchill is both continental and maritime. Churchill has relatively cold weather year round, but summers are mild. Winters are harsh. Churchill gets 414mm of precipitation mainly in the summer.
3. Three different ecosystems are boreal forest; the boreal or northern forest is Canada's largest experimental area. It occupies a little more than a 4th of the total Canadian land area. The tundra is being replaced at a rapid rate by boreal forests the tundra is also permanently frozen soil or treeless plain and the ocean is populated by polar bear and has salt water.
4. I recommend this restaurant because people say it’s friendly. Traders Table address: 141 Kelsey Blvd
Churchill, MB. Or you could go to the Eskimo Museum is located on one of the side streets of Churchill. The history, life of the Eskimos and old tools that they used and the museum shows old Inuit artwork.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 11:44 AM , Anonymous 5-dk said...

1. The Feb. 14 though Feb. 23 will be above normal. There will be no snow. Just cloudy. Some of the temps are going to be, -18c to -11c.
2. The climate of Churchill, Manitoba has a temp range of -30c to 10c. Churchill experiences relatively cold weather year round. Summers are somewhat moderate. It has an extreme northern climate. Churchill gets 414mm of precipitation a year and most of it is during the summer.
3. The ecosystems are boreal forest, tundra, and ocean. The boreal forest is mostly made up of spruce and pine. The tundra is made up of a treeless arctic region. The ocean is made up of salt water.
4. One place is the Eskimo museum. Another is the gypsy’s bakery and restaurant. the lazy bear café.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 12:38 PM , Anonymous peirid 7 thelostsole said...

1. The weather forecast for Churchill Manitoba is Tuesday 12 degrees Wednesday 1 degree Thursday high of 4 degrees Friday 1 degree Saturday 0 degrees Sunday high of
-20 degrees. For the second week the forecast will be Monday -15 degrees Tuesday -15 degrees Wednesday -16 degrees Thursday -14 degrees Friday -13 degrees Saturday -13 degrees Sunday -10 degrees Monday -10 degrees Tuesday -8 degrees.

2. It is a subarctic climate in late June is when the temp will go up.

3.

4. What you could do is check out the town history. Or you could enjoy the town.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 12:52 PM , Anonymous 7-mg said...

The weather for Churchill Manitoba is going to be _34 zero c for the next 14 days
And it will be sunny and partly cloudy….. here is u meteor biologist bob covagite



the average trend of weather in Churchill is -21 zero c


the climate in Churchill is going to be


Today...Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. High minus 12.

Tonight...Periods of light snow. Temperature steady near minus 11.

Tuesday...Cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries. Wind becoming northeast 30 km/h in the morning. High minus 10.

Wednesday...Periods of snow. Low minus 13. High minus 12.

Thursday...Sunny. Low minus 21. High minus 19.

Friday...Sunny. Low minus 24. High minus 22. Waning Gibbous Moon


On the train ride from Winnipeg to Churchill, I will be passing through several ecosystems. Name the ecosystems and their characteristics…Boreal Forest, through Taiga and Tundra, to Marine environments.


I think while you have a few hours of search time .. I think u should see if u can see any polar bears, or go walking and see how far u can go in to the woods… or maybe go in to the lap and see what other researchers have been studying…

 
At February 10, 2009 at 12:57 PM , Anonymous 7-mjg said...

The weather for Churchill Manitoba is going to be _34 zero c for the next 14 days
And it will be sunny and partly cloudy….. here is u meteor biologist bob covagite



the average trend of weather in Churchill is -21 zero c


the climate in Churchill is going to be


Today...Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. High minus 12.

Tonight...Periods of light snow. Temperature steady near minus 11.

Tuesday...Cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries. Wind becoming northeast 30 km/h in the morning. High minus 10.

Wednesday...Periods of snow. Low minus 13. High minus 12.

Thursday...Sunny. Low minus 21. High minus 19.

Friday...Sunny. Low minus 24. High minus 22. Waning Gibbous Moon


On the train ride from Winnipeg to Churchill, I will be passing through several ecosystems. Name the ecosystems and their characteristics…Boreal Forest, through Taiga and Tundra, to Marine environments.


I think while you have a few hours of search time .. I think u should see if u can see any polar bears, or go walking and see how far u can go in to the woods… or maybe go in to the lap and see what other researchers have been studying…

 
At February 10, 2009 at 12:59 PM , Anonymous 7-ALB said...

1. The 14 day forecast that Mrs. Green is in Manitoba it goes from -21C on the 12 of February, to -11C on the 23 of February. There is a possible chance of snow. There will be a few clouds and it will be a little warm.
2. The climate of Churchill Manitoba experiences both continental and maritime climates. Winters are better categorized as harsh, like those of an extreme Churchill gets most of its precipitation in the summer.
3. The three ecosystems that Mrs. Green will be passing through on her train ride from Winnipeg to Churchill, Manitoba are:

1. Northern Boreal Forest-is a biome characterized by coniferous forests
2. Taiga-is a town in Kemerovo Oblast, Russia, located north-west from Kemerovo
3. Tundra- a vast treeless plain in the Arctic regions where the subsoil is permanently frozen.
4. Marine-of or relating to the sea; "marine explorations"


4. You should see snow and maybe some animals like deer and wolves. When you first get in Churchill you should unpack and then go outside and explore the outdoors. Make sure you have a good time too and ill see you when you get back.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 2:22 PM , Anonymous 1.J.M said...

2.Churchill experiences both continual and Maritain climates. Temperatures of 39C. It has cold weather year round.

1.This weeks forecast is going to be between -13C—26C. 5%to 40% of sun. Friday tough Monday part cloudy and part sunny. Next week forecast -24C—26C. Tuesday 40% sun, Wednesday and Thursday 30-35% sun. Friday – Monday 50-65% sun.

3. Three distinct ecosystem runs in to the cost line from the edger of Canada boreal forest across the Tundra to the waters of Hudson bay.

4.You should go eat at the lazy bear café. And go see the Edges well farm. Also the East midlands helicopters.

 
At February 10, 2009 at 2:28 PM , Anonymous 7.kt said...

1. The fourteen day forecast for Ms. Green is in Manitoba it goes from -21C on the 12 of February to 11C on the 23 of February. There is a possible chance of snow.
There will be a few clouds and little warm possible flurries.
2. The climate of Churchill experiences both continental and maritime climates.temp.range of 39C all year round it is rather cold. Summers are some what warm and are extremely close to the Hudson bay.recieving only 414mm of precipitation for entire year. Gets most precipitation in summer.
3. Ecosystems in Churchill are…
Northern boreal forest-biome characterized by coniferous forest
Taiga-town in Kemerovo, oblast, Russia, located North West from Kemerovo
Tundra- vast treeless plain in the arctic regions where the subsoil is permanently frozen
Marine-of or relating to the sea


4. You should go to fort prince of whales
Cape merry
York factory
Eskimo museum

 
At February 11, 2009 at 6:03 AM , Anonymous 5-mkb said...

1. February 12th the weather will be around -20 degrees Celsius. February 13th the weather will be around -19 degrees Celsius. February 14th the weather will be around -18 degrees Celsius. February 15th the weather will be around -20 degrees Celsius. February 16th the weather will be around -18 degrees Celsius. February 17th and 18th the weather will be around -17 degrees Celsius. February 19th the weather is projected to be around -14 degrees Celsius. February 20th and 21st the weather will be around -12 degrees Celsius. February 22nd the weather will be around -11 degrees Celsius. February 23rd and 24th the weather will be around -12 degrees Celsius.

2. Churchill, Manitoba is extremely cold year-round. The temperatures range from -27 degrees Celsius to 12 degrees Celsius. They receive a lot of precipitation, especially during our summer months.

3. There is the tundra climate where it is very cold. Home to mostly shrubs. There is also the grassland with an assortment of plant life. The marine area has polar bears and fish. Finally, the boreal forest is really cold with lots of animals.

4. You could visit their Eskimo museum or go to the Churchill Northern Studies Centre.

 
At February 11, 2009 at 8:47 AM , Anonymous 1-beartag said...

1.When you arrive on Saturday it will be high 14 degrees Celsius and it will drop over night to 22 degrees Celsius and when you leave the temperature will have a steady clime to 7 degrees Celsius.
2. Climate- is the meteorological conditions, including temperature, precipitation, and wind that characteristically prevail in particular region.
Weather- is the state of the atmosphere at a given time and place. With respect to variables such as temperature, moister, wind velocity, and barometric pressure.
Mostly sunny the hole time you will be visiting always around mid 20’s.
3.Well you are in Churchill there will be a Eskimo museum and also you can try out the executive in for some tasty food.
4. you can visit the library or maybe wapusk general store.

 
At February 11, 2009 at 9:27 AM , Anonymous 2-jy said...

1.thursday -9f, cloudy with sunny the wind is 12 mph breaks
- friday- 0f, variable cloudiness the wind is 12 mph . temperture decreases at the first the slightly increases as the week goses on there wont be any snow it will be mostly sunny.
2. the climate of churchhill manitlabia is artic.
3.the three ecosystems from winipee to church hill are tundra.bareal forest,and marine enviorments
4.when your in churchhill your going to get chinesse food.

 
At February 11, 2009 at 1:01 PM , Anonymous TO said...

1)Tuesday will be a cloudy day, there will be a 60% chance of flurries so bring a sweater and bundle up. Wind will arrive along the northeast at a whopping 30 km/h (19 mph) in the early morning. Temperature will be in the high -10c (14f).

Wednesday will have periods of snow and will have a chilling temperature of -13c (8f)

Thursday will be a bright brisk day letting you unpack that long sleeve shirt. The temperature will be -21c (-6f).

Friday will also be sunny and the temperature will be -24c (-11f)

Saturday will have a period of pm snow with cloudy skies and flurries every now and then. Winds will be heading in the west at 15 to 20 mph. There is a 5% precipitation chance.

Sunday will also have some pm snow with a cloudy sky and snow showers. The temperature will be high in the -6f and low in the -16

Monday will have cloudy skies with a temperature of -4f in the highs and -12f in the lows.

Tuesdays will also be cloudy the temperature will be 0F in the highs and -11f in the lows.

Wednesday will also have cloudy skies with some sun. The temperature will be -25c. There will be a 10% chance of precipitation. The wind direction will be heading North West.

Thursday will be in the high -22c. There will be a 40% chance of precipitation. Wind will come into the North West. Thursday will have partly cloudy skies.

Friday will have partly cloudy skies with a wind direction heading toured the North. It will be high in the mid -14c.

Saturday/Sunday- Saturday will have a 35% chance of precipitation while Sunday will have a 25% chance of precipitin.



2) The climate in Churchill is cold. Churchill experiences both continental and maritime climate. Summers in Churchill are moderate. Churchill only receives 414mm of precipitation for an entire year.


3) The ecosystem that you will be passing while traveling from Winnipeg to Churchill is boreal forests, Tundra, and the waters of Hudson Bay.


4) Once you arrive at Churchill on Saturday afternoon you can explore the Lazy Bear Café, the Sea Port Hotel, And the Polar Bear Trip.

 
At February 12, 2009 at 8:09 AM , Anonymous 2fs said...

1. Thursday and Friday is going to be sunny and very cold like it is going to be 4f and 1f. Next week the weather is going to be sunny and the temp is going to decrease.
2. The climate in February it is higher then the climate in January the temperature and sunny and precipitation goes higher then January.
3. The ecosystems ocean, tundra, boralforest. The ocean is the Hudson Bay It is used for the boat and the bear. The tundra is a place you will see. The boralforest is where animal live in Canada.
4. You should go to nice restaurant and go to the boralforest to like at some animal. Then go have fun.

 
At February 12, 2009 at 10:46 AM , Anonymous 4th+5th VP said...

My explorer is Jacques Cousteau was born in Gironde. The education he had as a child and growing up is he went to a school in Paris and then went to the French navel academy were he became a gunner. In his travels in his lifetime he has been to Megève and Monaco. Jacques Cousteau’s scientific findings were a created a new kind of scientific communication. And during 1946, Cousteau showed a film called "Epaves and that was the life of Jacques Cousteau

 
At February 12, 2009 at 10:59 AM , Anonymous 4th & 5th period CH said...

1. From February the 12th to the February 25th the temperature will range from -21 ̊ to -13 ̊.

2. Most precipitation and warm weather occurs in the summer time.

3. There is the tundra climate where it is really cold.

4. You can go look at some whales, polar bears, historical site, go to Eskimo Museum, go to Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site of Canada, or go to York Factory National Historic Site of Canada.

 
At February 12, 2009 at 12:46 PM , Anonymous 7mag said...

The person that I chose was Dian Fossey. The country that Dian is from is San Francisco, California. The kind of education that Diane Fossey did was work at hospitals in California, and she also looked for a job Kosair Children’s hospital in Louisville, KY.
Dian Fossey traveled Rwanda. The continent that she traveled on was Africa. The discoveries that Dian Fossey wanted to do was to look for gorillas and Baobab. Dian Fossey is credited with is sky gaze. Dian Fossey just wanted to learn about gorillas and Baobabs.

 
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