Contents 1 Geographical position 2 Topography and drainage 3 Climate 3.1 Extreme temperatures 4 Environment 5 Natural resources 6 Area and boundaries 7 See also 8 Footnotes 9 References 10 External links

Geographical position[edit] Political map of Lithuania Lithuania is situated on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea. Lithuania's boundaries have changed several times since 1918, but they have been stable since 1945. Currently, Lithuania covers an area of about 65,200 square kilometres. About the size of West Virginia, it is larger than Belgium, Denmark, Latvia, the Netherlands, or Switzerland. Lithuania is situated on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea and borders Latvia on the north, Belarus on the east and south, and Poland and the Kaliningrad region of Russia on the southwest. It is a country of gently rolling hills, many forests, rivers and streams, and lakes. Its principal natural resource is agricultural land. Lithuania's northern neighbor is Latvia. The two countries share a border that extends 453 kilometres. Lithuania's eastern border with Belarus is longer, stretching 502 kilometers. The border with Poland on the south is relatively short, only ninety-one kilometres, but is very busy because of international traffic. Lithuania also has a 227-kilometre border with Russia. Russian territory adjacent to Lithuania is Kaliningrad Oblast, which is the northern part of the former German East Prussia, including the city of Kaliningrad. Finally, Lithuania has 108 kilometres of Baltic seashore with an ice-free harbor at Klaipėda. The Baltic coast offers sandy beaches and pine forests and attracts thousands of vacationers.

Topography and drainage[edit] Lithuania lies at the edge of the North European Plain. Its landscape was shaped by the glaciers of the last Ice Age, which retreated about 25,000–22,000 years BP (Before Present). Lithuania's terrain is an alternation of moderate lowlands and highlands. The highest elevation is 297.84 meters above sea level, found in the eastern part of the republic and separated from the uplands of the western region of Samogitia by the fertile plains of the southwestern and central regions. The landscape is punctuated by 2,833 lakes larger than 10,000 m² and 1,600 smaller ponds. The majority of the lakes are found in the eastern part of the country. Lithuania also has 758 rivers longer than ten kilometres. The largest river is the Nemunas (total length 917 km), which originates in Belarus. The other larger waterways are the Neris (510 km), Venta (346 km), and Šešupė (298 km) rivers. However, only 600 kilometers of Lithuania's rivers are navigable. Once a heavily forested land, Lithuania's territory today consists of only 32.8 percent[2] woodlands—primarily pine, spruce, and birch forests. Ash and oak are very scarce. The forests are rich in mushrooms and berries, as well as a variety of plants.

Climate[edit] See also: Climate Winter landscape in Lithuania Lithuania has a humid continental climate (Dfb in the Köppen climate classification). Average temperatures on the coast are −2.5 °C (27.5 °F) in January and 16 °C (60.8 °F) in July. In Vilnius the average temperatures are −6 °C (21.2 °F) in January and 16 °C (60.8 °F) in July. Simply speaking, 20 °C (68 °F) is frequent on summer days and 14 °C (57.2 °F) at night. Temperatures occasionally reach 30 or 35 °C (86 or 95 °F) in summer. Winters when easterly flows from Siberia predominate, like 1941–42, 1955–56 and 1984–85,[3] are very cold, whereas winters dominated by westerly maritime airflows like 1924–25, 1960–61 and 1988–89 are mild with temperatures above freezing a normal occurrence. −20 °C or −4 °F occurs almost every winter. Winter extremes are −34 °C (−29 °F) at the coast and −43 °C (−45 °F) in the east of Lithuania. The average annual precipitation is 800 millimetres (31.5 in) on the coast, 900 mm (35.4 in) in Samogitia highlands and 600 mm (23.6 in) in the eastern part of the country. Snow occurs every year, it can be snowing from October to April. In some years sleet can fall in September or May. The growing season lasts 202 days in the western part of the country and 169 days in the eastern part. Severe storms are rare in the eastern part of Lithuania and common nearer the coast. The longest measured temperature records from the Baltic area cover about 250 years. The data show that there were warm periods during the latter half of the eighteenth century, and that the nineteenth century was a relatively cool period. An early twentieth century warming culminated in the 1930s, followed by a smaller cooling that lasted until the 1960s. A warming trend has persisted since then.[4] Lithuania experienced a drought in 2002, causing forest and peat bog fires.[5] The country suffered along with the rest of Northwestern Europe during a heat wave in the summer of 2006. Extreme temperatures[edit] Extreme temperatures in Lithuania by month[6] Extreme temperatures in Lithuania (°C) Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Highest temperatures 12.6 °C (54.7 °F) 16.5 °C (61.7 °F) 21.8 °C (71.2 °F) 28.8 °C (83.8 °F) 34 °C (93.2 °F) 35 °C (95 °F) 37.5 °C (99.5 °F) 36 °C (96.8 °F) 32 °C (89.6 °F) 26 °C (78.8 °F) 18 °C (64.4 °F) 15.6 °C (60.1 °F) Lowest Temperatures −40.5 °C (−40.9 °F) −42.9 °C (−45.2 °F) −37.7 °C (−35.9 °F) −23 °C (−9 °F) −6.8 °C (19.8 °F) −2.8 °C (27.0 °F) 0.9 °C (33.6 °F) −2.9 °C (26.8 °F) −6.3 °C (20.7 °F) −19.5 °C (−3.1 °F) −23 °C (−9 °F) −34 °C (−29 °F)

Environment[edit] Concerned with environmental deterioration, Lithuanian governments have created several national parks and reservations. The country's flora and fauna have suffered, however, from an almost fanatical drainage of land for agricultural use. Environmental problems of a different nature were created by the development of environmentally unsafe industries. Air pollution problems exist mainly in the cities, such as Vilnius, Kaunas, Jonava, Mažeikiai, Elektrėnai, and Naujoji Akmenė—the sites of fertilizer and other chemical plants, an oil refinery, power station, and a cement factory. Water quality has also been an issue. The city of Kaunas, with a population of about 400,000, had no water purification plant until 1999; sewage was sent directly into the Neman River. Tertiary wastewater treatment is scheduled to come on-line in 2007.[7] River and lake pollution are other legacies of Soviet carelessness with the environment. The Courland Lagoon, for example, separated from the Baltic Sea by a strip of high dunes and pine forests, is about 85 percent contaminated. Beaches in the Baltic resorts, such as the well-known vacation area of Palanga, are frequently closed for swimming because of contamination. Forests affected by acid rain are found in the vicinity of Jonava, Mažeikiai, and Elektrėnai, which are the chemical, oil, and power-generation centers. Lithuania was among the first former Soviet republics to introduce environmental regulations. However, because of Moscow's emphasis on increasing production and because of numerous local violations, technological backwardness, and political apathy, serious environmental problems now exist. Natural hazards: hurricane-force storms, blizzards, droughts, floods Environment—current issues: contamination of soil and groundwater with petroleum products and chemicals at former Soviet military bases Environment—international agreements: party to: Air Pollution, Air Pollution-Nitrogen Oxides, Air Pollution-Persistent Organic Pollutants, Air Pollution-Sulphur 85, Air Pollution-Sulphur 94, Air Pollution-Volatile Organic Compounds, Biodiversity, Climate Change, Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol, Desertification, Endangered Species, Environmental Modification, Hazardous Wastes, Law of the Sea, Ozone Layer Protection, Ship Pollution, Wetlands signed, but not ratified:

Natural resources[edit] Lithuania has an abundance of limestone, clay, quartz sand, gypsum sand, and dolomite, which are suitable for making high-quality cement, glass, and ceramics. There also is an ample supply of mineral water, but energy sources and industrial materials are all in short supply. Oil was discovered in Lithuania in the 1950s, but only a few wells operate, and all that do are located in the western part of the country. It is estimated that the Baltic Sea shelf and the western region of Lithuania hold commercially viable amounts of oil, but if exploited this oil would satisfy only about 20 percent of Lithuania's annual need for petroleum products for the next twenty years. Lithuania has a large amount of thermal energy along the Baltic Sea coast which could be used to heat hundreds of thousands of homes, as is done in Iceland. In addition, iron ore deposits have been found in the southern region of Lithuania. But commercial exploitation of these deposits probably would require strip mining, which is environmentally unsound. Moreover, exploitation of these resources will depend on Lithuania's ability to attract capital and technology from abroad. Natural resources:' peat, arable land, amber Land use: arable land: 33.48% permanent crops: 0.47% other: 66.05% (2011) Irrigated land: 13.4 km² (2011) Total renewable water resources: 24.9 km3 (2011)

Area and boundaries[edit] Area: total: 65,300 km² land: 62,680 km² water: 2,620 km² Comparative area Australia comparative: slightly smaller (5.5%) than Tasmania Canada comparative: about 9% smaller than New Brunswick United Kingdom comparative: about 17% smaller than Scotland United States comparative: slightly larger (4%) than West Virginia Land boundaries: total: 1,574 km border countries: Belarus 680 km, Latvia 576 km, Poland 91 km, Russia (Kaliningrad) 227 km Coastline: 90 km. The coastline consists of 20 kilometres from Klaipėda, 50 kilometres at Cape Nehrung, and 21 kilometres in the region of Palanga and the mouth of the Šventoji river.[8] "The Memelland occupies two-thirds of the Lithuanian coast-line." Maritime claims: territorial sea: 12 nmi (22.2 km; 13.8 mi) Elevation extremes: lowest point: Baltic Sea 0 m highest point: Aukštojas Hill 294 m

See also[edit] Lithuania

Footnotes[edit] ^ "Country overview and assessment The economics of climate change adaptation in EU coastal areas- Lithuania" (PDF). European Commission Policy Research Corporation. pp. 1, 2. Retrieved 6 August 2015.  External link in |website= (help) ^ ^ J.-M. Hirschi, Joël and Sinha, Bablu; ‘Negative NAO and cold Eurasian winters: How exceptional was the winter of 1962/1963?’; Weather Vol. 62, No. 2 (February 2007); pp. 43-48 ^ Climate trends in the Baltic ^ "Research Note Effect of drought and fires on the quality of water in Lithuanian". Bibcode:2003HESS....7..423S.  ^ "LHMT - Lietuvos hidrometeorologijos tarnyba -".  ^ Wastewater treatment in Kaunas ^ Harrison, Ernest John (1928). Lithuania, 1928. London: Hazell, Watson & Viney. p. 16. In addition, Lithuania, including the Memel (Klaipéda) region, possesses 91 kilometres of coast-line, i.e. 20 kilometres from Klaipéda (Memel), 50 kilometres at Cape Nehrung, and 21 kilometres of sea-coast in the region of Palanga and the mouth of the Šventoji (Sventa) river. 

References[edit]  This article incorporates public domain material from the Library of Congress Country Studies website  This article incorporates public domain material from the CIA World Factbook document "Lithuania".

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