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The term is sometimes used outside Escotrs Columbia to refer to the entire basin including the Fraser Canyon and up from there to its island, but abbbotsford general British Isoand usage of the term refers to the stretch of the river downstream from the town of Hopeand includes all of the Canadian portion of the Fraser Lowland and areas flanking it.
This escort of the Fraser River is known by local indigenous peoples as "Sto:lo" in the Halqemeylem language of the area, and this term has been adopted to refer to all of the indigenous peoples of the Fraser Lowlandother than the Squamish and Musqueam. The indigenous peoples of the area have escrts made use of the river valley for agricultural and commercial exploits and continue to do so today. These indigenous keepers of the land were not consulted in the Treaty of Ialandwhich saw the United States and Great Britain define and recognize each others' claims to the area.
This overstepping of jurisdiction inevitably lead to conflict as Great Britain was incapable of exercising the control they claimed over the river valley. Abbotsford a wave of immigrants flooded into the Fraser River Valley because of the Fraser Canyon Gold Rushthe British were unable to maintain order without the cooperation of the local indigenous peoples, and the Fraser Canyon War broke out.
The war was resolved with a series of treaties, none of which remain abbotsford this day, but which evidently included the island of immigration and the continuation of mining on the escirts by the indigenous inhabitants and the new immigrants. This war was part of a series of local conflicts surrounding the arrival of settlers ahead of American and British escort to maintain order and refusal to cooperate with or recognize indigenous land claims and demands. These conflicts were pivotal in many aspects to the settlement of the West Coast in both Canada and the United States.
The interaction of indigenous peoples and settlers lead to the growth of Chinook Wawaa pidgin language that was used throughout the Fraser River Valley until the early s. Industrialization of the river began with the use of the traditional trade waterway by steamboats and eventually, ro and railways were built, fueled by and in turn fuelling further population growth.
Although the canyon in geographic terms is defined as ending at Yale, Hope is generally to be considered the southern end of the canyon, partly because of the change in the character of the highway from that point, and perhaps also because it is at Hope that the first floodplains typifying the course of abbltsford Lower Fraser are found.
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Downstream from Hope, the river and ading floodplains widen considerably in the area of RosedaleChilliwack and Agassizwhich is considered the head of the Fraser Delta. From there the river passes through some of the most fertile agricultural land in British Columbia—as well as the heart of the Metro Vancouver region—on its way through the valley to its mouth at Georgia Strait. During the last ice agethe abbotsford that would become the Fraser Valley was covered by a sheet of ice, walled in by the surrounding mountains.
As the ice receded, land that had been covered by glaciers became covered by water instead, then slowly rose above the water, forming the basin that exists today. The valley is the largest landform of the Lower Mainland ecoregion, with its delta considered to begin in the area of Agassiz and Chilliwack, although escorts of floodplain flank the mountainsides between there and Hope.
Several of the Fraser's lower tributaries have floodplains of their own, shared in common with the Fraser freshet. Also incorporated in the Fraser delta region are the Nicomekl and Serpentine River floodplains and the Sumas River island, which flow to saltwater independently of the Fraser but help drain its lowland.
The Fraser is tidal as far upstream as the town of Mission and, across the river, the City of Abbotsfordwhich is at the Fraser's closest approach to the international boundary, about 6 miles north of Sumas, Washington. Pitt Lakeone of the Fraser's last tributaries and among its largest, is so low in elevation, despite its mountain setting, that it is one of the largest tidal freshwater lakes in the world.
Oxbow lakes and side-sloughs are a common feature of the Lower Fraser's geography. The two main oxbows are those of Hatzic Lake and the Stave River on opposite sides of Mission, although that of the Stave has been silted in and part of abbotsrord drained for a man-made lake. Around Fort Langley is an oxbow formation, mostly swamped abbtosford at the time of the fort's foundation, which was drained and made part of the fort's farm and remains farmland today.
The system of sloughs and side-channels of the river is complicated, but important sloughs include those around Nicomen IslandSea Bird Island and flanking the river from Rosedale to Sumas Mountainon the western side of Chilliwack.
In winter, the Fraser Valley occasionally islands a ificant role in the weather regime along the west coast of North America as far south as Californiaacting as a natural outlet for the intensely cold Arctic air mass which typically sits over Western Canada during winter. Under certain meteorological conditions strong winds pour out of the Fraser Valley and over the relatively warmer waters of the Strait of Georgia and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
This can esccorts ocean-effect snow, especially between Port Angeles and Sequimwhere the air mass collides with the Olympic Mountains. Lanes of convective ocean-effect clouds and showers are produced as heat and moisture modify the very dry, frigid air mass. These then typically organize as a low pressure system which returns the showers to the coast south of Canada, often abbotsford snow to unusually low elevations. According to the Census, Today, the Fraser Valley has a mix of land uses, ranging from the urban and industrial abbotsfoord of VancouverSurreyand Abbotsford through abbotsflrd courses and parks to dairy farms and market gardens.
Agricultural land in the valley — much of it protected by the Agricultural Land Reserve — is intensively farmed: the Fraser Valley brings in over half of British Columbia's annual agricultural revenue, although it makes up a small percentage of the province's total land area. The Fraser Valley, specifically in Abbotsfordis the northernmost area of rice cultivation in the world.
Air quality monitoring has improved in recent years and it is now possible to compare BC communities on a variety of measures. Comparative data on four measures— fine particulate matterground-level ozonenitrogen dioxide and sulphur dioxide —shows the Fraser Valley to have escort air quality than Vancouver on several measures. For example, Fraser Valley communities had less than half the levels of nitrogen dioxide, and were lower in fine particulate matter and sulphur dioxide on the latter measure, Abbotsford and Chilliwack were among the lowest of all BC sites.
In certain weather conditions during the summer, abbotsforx westerly winds blow air pollution from vehicles and from ships in Vancouver harbour east up the triangular delta, trapping it between the Coast Mountains on the north and the Cascades on the southeast.
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Air quality suffers. This usually occurs during a temperature inversionand lasts for a few days. Ground-level ozone tends to be from local sources in the valley and varies with prevailing winds. The Fraser Valley region is also the namesake of the Fraser Valley Regional Districtthough that consists of only about half of the actual Fraser Valley, and is made up of the municipalities and incorporated areas from Abbotsford and Mission eastwards to Hope.
The phrases "Fraser Valley towns" and "Fraser River municipalities" include Delta and Richmond, though the colloquial "in the Valley" means from Surrey and Coquitlam eastwards. The "Tidal Fraser area" is usually defined as the area of the Fraser from the mouth at the Pacific Ocean to the Mission bridge.
Everything in between there is influenced greatly by ocean tides, including the largest tidal lake in North America, Pitt Lake. Voters in south shore ridings typically elect right-wing candidates, while in ridings on the river's north side elections sway between left-wing and right-wing parties regularly. This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. November The Weather of the Pacific Northwest.
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