Monday, September 23, 2013

Human-Enviornment Interaction

People in North Korea have really had to adapt in some places. In others they have completely modified their land. Other places have only been changed a little bit. That is what human-environment interaction is all about.

Adaptation in North Korea: People in North Korea have adapted mostly by weather. It has seasonal weather, winter, spring, summer and fall. During fall and winter time people have really warm sweaters and coats to keep them warm. During spring and summer people have shorts and other types of hot weather clothing. 

Modification of North Korea: The biggest modification in North Korea are houses and buildings. They have built more than 45,000,000 houses and apartments. They built houses for 5 main reasons: 
  1. Weather.
  2. Living.
  3. Food storage.
  4. Comfortable furniture.
  5. Independence between families. 
 Changes in North Korea: In North Korea the biggest change has been air pollution. Before humans the air was natural and clean, now there is a lot of air pollution because of cars and other air contaminating devices.

Personal knowledge.


North Korea exports goods, minerals, metallurgical products, manufactures and textiles. It imports petroleum, coaking coal, machinery and equipment, textiles and grains. This helps North Korea because it gives people jobs to make the product and others to export it. These products come from North Korea to other parts of the world, such as Spain, India, Greece, Israel and Oslo.


Saturday, September 21, 2013


Physical geography: North Korea has a lot of mountains. In fact there is so many mountains that only one-fifth of it is plains and lowlands. The mountains are very high, like some places in Asia. Although, in some places of North Korea the mountains cannot be seen. The highest peak of North Korea is the Baekdu mountain.

Human geography: North Korea's human geography is mainly the fronteer with South Korea. Before, there was only 1 country named Korea, but after August 15, 1945.



North Korea is a part of the Korean peninsula, which include North Korea and South Korea. This region is differenced because both of the countries have Korea somewhere in the name.


Friday, September 20, 2013


North Korea is located 39 degrees north and 135 degrees east. It is south of  China, north of South Korea, SW of Russia, and west of Japan. It is located in a peninsula in the Pacific Ocean.

Ms. Griggs told me.