Here is a link to see what is happening in Nigeria with the climate and how it is affecting Nigeria.
Place - A place's absolute location is defined with latitude and longitude lines, This is an exact location. The geography theme of location can also deal with relative location. Relative location means how a place is related or connected to other places through water, land, or technology
Cotton, cocoa, oil palm, peanuts, and rubber are resources that are in Nigeria and down below are some pictures.
The culture of Nigeria is shaped by Nigeria's cultural groups. The country has 527 languages, seven of them extinct, and Nigeria also has over 1150 dialects and ethnic groups. The four largest groups are the Hausa and Fulani in the north, the Igbo in the southeast, and the Yoruba predominate in the southwest, and down below are 3 pictures of how they dress, celebrate, and hat sports they have and there culture of them.
Christmas Da Christmas is held on December 25 each year, and is an important festival for Christians since it celebrates the birth of Jesus. Calabar Carnival This is a newer addition to the annual festival calendar of Nigeria. It first was celebrated in 2006. Although it is held annually and is dubbed Nigeria’s largest street party.It is a month long carnival from December 1 to 31 every year, and has a program of events including dancing, music, and other cultural events. Nigeria boasts of a plethora of customs and traditions, cultures and festivals, that would appeal to the tastes of the average tourist. In the Northern States of the country the cultures and traditions of the people who are mainly Hausa/Fulani, Nupe, Kanuri, Igalaand Tiv are governed by the Musfim religious traditions. Most of the festivals held in these areas, such as the Durbar in Katsina and Kaduna States are associated with religious celebrations
Presidential system, Federal republic, and the federation are the government types that the Nigeria government uses. Currency: Nigerian naira, GDP per capita: 3,005.51 USD (2013) World Bank, Gross domestic product: 521.8 billion USD (2013) World Bank, GDP growth rate: 5.4% annual change (2013) World Bank, gross national income: 930.2 billion PPP dollars (2013) World Bank, GNI per capita: 5,360 PPP dollars (2013) World Bank, and nternet users: 38.0% of the population (2013) World Bank. These are the economic lay out of Nigeria and it shows you the percentage (%) and how many people are there and all of that. An interesting fact about Nigeria's government is that they are the most populous nation which I think is pretty cool and I'm sure that they get a lot of tourist there. Nigeria has sought to improve its macroeconomic stability and develop its poor infrastructure, I think this is a cool fact because it is something they are working on to make there government and economy better as a whole and could just help them with much more. The government has struggled to end ongoing security threats in some parts of the country that have exacerbated poverty and unemployment, which I think is cool because if they fix that they would be safer and no a easy target to a threat.
Human enviromemt interaction- human/environment interaction is how people adapt to, depend on, and modify their environment.
Major crops include beans, sesame, cashew nuts, cassava, cocoa beans, groundnuts, gum arabic, kolanut, maize, melon, millet, palm kernels, palm oil, plantains, rice, rubber, sorghum, soybeans and yams.
Investment Bankers, Commercial Airline Pilots, Telecom/IT Engineers, Computer Hackers & Programmers, Project Managers, Petroleum/Chemical/Electrical/Mechanical Engineers (Oil and Gas), and Doctors – Obstetrics/Gynecologists
West African lion, Cross River Gorilla, Cameroonian forest shrew, White throated guenon, Red earned guenon are endangered species in Nigeria. They are endangered because they may soon disappear entirely from West Africa unless conservation efforts improve a new study predicts.
Corruption, Crime and terrorism, specifically Boko Haram insurgency, Unemploymen, Education and university systems, The environment, Infrastructure, Gender, Road accident are problems that exist in Nigeria.
Oil spills, Biodiversity, Desertification are some environmental problems in Nigeria. Sullutions for this acts of legislation for environmental protection knows environmental law that was entacted.
Religion is the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods.
Education in Nigeria is by the Ministry of Education. Local authorities take responsibility for implementing policy for state controlled public education and state schools at a regional level. The education system is divided into Kindergarten, primary education, secondary education and tertiary education.
Nigeria's population is 173.6 million people and population density is 200.05 last listed in 2015
The area is 356,669 miles
3,005.51 is the GDP per capita
The life expectancy for males and females in Migeria is 52.11 years.
The literacy rate is 59.6%
The climate region is Sahel climate or tropical dry climate
Geographic theme of movement is, Human have impact every area of the earth but in varying ways.
Petroleum and petroleum products, chemicals, vehicles, aircraft parts, vessels, vegetable products, processed food, beverages, spirits and vinegar, cashew nuts, processed leather, cocoa, tobacco, aluminum alloys are exported goods in Nigeria.
Nigeria imports industrial supplies, capital goods, food and beverages, fuel and lubricants, transport equipment and parts, and consumer goods.
The Nigeria flag is green and white. The Nigeria flag was designed in 1959 and first officially shown on October 1, 1960. The flag is a horizontal bicolor of green and white. The two green stripes represent Nigeria's natural wealth and the white band represents peace.
Nigeria gained their independence on October 1, 1960 through constitutions that were legislated by the British government. The new Constitution established a federal government system with an elected Prime Minister and a ceremonial head of staff.
Nigeria has some of the same technology as we do in the US like computers and phones.
Transportation in Nigeria are highways with cars and railways which you would take a train.
"The number of people killed in an accidental military bombing at a Nigerian camp for displaced people has increased to 70, aid groups said on Wednesday, with at least nine of them humanitarian workers. The mistaken attack came after a military plane targeted an area crowded with people fleeing Boko Haram militants." This shows that you always have to be ready for anything that comes on any given day. People were injured and killed because a military messed up.
"In a two-room concrete house on the outskirts of this city along the airport road, Abdulrahman Adam’s 21-month-old body trembled as he struggled to keep down what little food he had in him. At first, his grandmother, Hauwa Saleh, sitting by his side on the dusty floor, thought Abdulrahman was teething." This is something that needs to be helped because baby's and people could starve to deal th because not being able to eat.
I think that everyone should travel to Nigeria to help them. Help them with food and bring them clothes and help them build houses and things like that. I feel like helping Nigeria and building them new homes and school and bring them supplies for schooling and bring food so they can eat and become healthy and try and find a place to plant crops to be able to eat.
Nigeria is extremely strict and wants everything to be in perfection. You must give 100% to them and have a decent relationship with the teachers. They say that Nigeria classes are harder than the classes in the US, say "it's all about drilling information into your head. Having fun isn't part of the routine." See now in the US there are times we have during classes but in Nigeria it is different because like I said they want everything to perfection. For fun Nigeria teenagers play and/or watch football. Teenagers list to reggea, hip hop, and gospel music. They wear a dress type jacket thing and pants with either sandals or no shoes.