Студент: Омельчук Евгений Геннадьевич Название ОУ: «Тольяттинский индустриально-педагогический колледж» Очное отделение, третий курс, специальность «Компьютерные системы и комплексы» Руководитель проекта: Степанова Марина Сергеевна 3 -6 Climate and Relief 7-9 Rivers and lakes 10-13 Flora and fauna 14- 16 Reserves and nature protection The climate in the UK is changeable. The most beautiful time of the year is spring. Hundreds of tourists come to see the rhododendrons and the flowering of tulips. It is during this period that most of the weekends pass in the country. The summer is characterized by considerable monsoons and rains. But the inhabitants of England during this period leave for the city, and large cities are filled with tourists. Autumn is not as bright as in Russia. The whole country is covered in fogs and damp. White cliffs of Dover Winter more like Russian autumn. Temperature rarely falls below zero, and frost is a rare concept. Therefore, the British do not even know what is ice fishing or even skating on the lake. And if the snow falls at least a couple of centimeters, the whole country stops: nothing works, transportation costs, people are in shock. The country's relief is half-flat, with some hills and hills. Closer to the north of the country, it becomes slightly mountainous. There are small mountains up to 1.3 kilometers. The largest lake in the country is Loch Ness. Other large areas are in Scotland and Ireland. In England and Wales there are several lakes. The Bala Lake in Wales, as well as Windermere in England, is characterized by insipid beauty. The most beautiful river in Great Britain - Severn. Particularly Еbeautiful is its view from the plane. The country also has small rivers that are located right in the cities and give them a special atmosphere The economic importance of the rivers of England increased after the deepening of the bottom of some of them and the construction of connecting canals. А network of inland waterways was established on a vast territory from the Thames and Severn in the south to Mercy and Trent in the north Previously, the country's forest cover was much higher, but with the development of forestry development there are fewer and fewer oaks and birches. Antique you can even say the ancient - oaks are protected by law and are preserved in the ancient royal forests. The fauna of Great Britain is represented mainly by raccoons, foxes, otters. They live where the least number of people. There are a lot of rabbits and rabbits in the country.. There are about 200 species of birds. The country's rivers are full of salmon, trout, perch and grayling. In Scotland, there are mostly deer and roe deer, and also rabbits and rabbits can meet. There are also many partridges and wild ducks. The rivers and lakes of Scotland are rich in salmon, trout. Coastal inputs are saturated with herring Amphibians in the UK are almost gone: only three species of newts and five species of toads and frogs. And from reptiles it is possible to distinguish only three kinds of snakes, and only the viper is considered poisonous, as well as several species of lizards. In Northern Ireland, snakes are not found at all. After 1945, the government encourages the preservation of public and private forest belts. Throughout the country there are more than 130 parks in the territory of which the created research centers for nature protection. Now the government's activities aimed at creating social awareness of the need to protect are environment, as well as raise the level of education of the population in order to achieve this goal. A unique landmark of Great Britain is the Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve, specializing in the breeding of seabirds. It stretches for 10 kilometers in the coastal zone of eastern Yorkshire, and in some places reaches more than 100 meters in height. fb.ru. Великобритания: природа, климат. Растительность и животный мир Великобритании. [http://fb.ru/article/250274/velikobritaniya-prirodaklimat-rastitelnost-i-jivotnyiy-mir-velikobritanii] 2. greatbritain2005.ru Природа [http://greatbritain2005.narod.ru/nature.html] 1.