Explain the geography of New Brunswick, Canada.
New Brunswick covers 73,440 square kilometres in roughly a rectangle shape. Mt. Carleton, at 820 metres (2,690 feet), is the highest. The interior of the province is mostly rolling plateau virtually covered by forests.The eastem region is fairly flat, the southern terrain is rugged.The St. John River, often called The Rhine of North America, splits the province from north to south.New Brunswick has a blend of climates typical of a coastal area and of an inland province. January is generally the coldest month in New Brunswick and July is the warmest; however, influxes of moist Atlantic air produce mild spells in winter and periods of cool weather in summer. In winter, average temperatures decrease noticeably from south to north