How is north marked?
the NORTH : He is indicated by the magnetic red needle of the compass. The angle between the NORTH and direction of travel is called the Azimuth (diagram 1).
You should know that: the morningthe sun is located in the east while it appears in the west in the afternoon; at noon, the sun points to the south (it is at the zenith). North is the opposite.
The advantage of the Northwest Passage: New York-Tokyo via the Panama Canal, 18,200 kilometres, via the Northwest Passage 14,000 kilometres. The route drawn in red represents the northern option with a passage northeast of Baffin Island, and north of Somerset Island and Victoria Island.
The region is renamed Northwest Territories. Ten years later, the British government ceded the islands of the Arctic Archipelago to the territories. At one time, the Northwest Territories encompassed Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Yukon, as well as most of Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
Not to be confused with its predecessor, the Northwest Territory, dissolved in 1870, nor with the former Northwest Territory (United States). Coat of arms. Flag . Location map. The Northwest Territories are a federal territory of Canada.
The Northwest Territories (in English: Northwest Territories, in the Athapascan languages: Denendeh, in Inuinnaqtun: Nunatsiaq, in Inuktitut: ᓄᓇᑦᓯᐊᖅ) are a federal territory in the Canadian North, bordered on the west by the Yukon, on the east by Nunavut and south by British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.