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New Jersey Geography Study Guide
When we don’t have enough rain, farmers _________ their fields. plowfloodimportirrigate
When we don’t have enough rain, farmers _________ their fields. irrigate
Land that extends out and is almost surrounded by water is a bay peninsula island sound
Land that extends out and is almost surrounded by water is a peninsula
Our rivers and oceans are used to _______ many things from around the world. soundirrigateimportflood
Our rivers and oceans are used to _______ many things from around the world. import
Someone who studies plants is called a _____________?
Water is STORED in a bay irrigate reservoir sound
Water is STORED in a reservoir
A _________ is part of the ocean that reaches into the coastline.
A __bay____ is part of the ocean that reaches into the coastline.
What is a long stretch of water that connects 2 larger bodies of water?
New Jersey’s only straight line boundary is with…
New York STATE
New Jersey’s only straight line boundary is with… New York STATE Boundaries that are straight lines are…
New Jersey’s only straight line boundary is with… New York STATE Boundaries that are straight lines are… Political Boundaries
How many faces does New Jersey have?
What’s the LONGEST face of NJ?
The highest spot in NJ is…
The longest and largest lake in NJ is…
The Great Pathway stretches between New York City and Pittsburgh New York City and Philadelphia Boston and Washington DC Long Island and Pittsburgh
The Great Pathway stretches between New York City and Philadelphia
Where is the Garden Spot? Raritan River Delaware River
Where is the Garden Spot? Delaware River
People once thought the _______ was poisonous!
People once thought the tomato was poisonous!
What are NJ’s 2 most important rivers? (because ships can use them) Raritan Delaware PassaicRockaway Hudson
What are NJ’s 2 most important rivers? (because ships can use them) Delaware Hudson
NJ’s 2 best known INLAND rivers are… RaritanDelaware PassaicRockaway Hudson
NJ’s 2 best known INLAND rivers are… Raritan Passaic
Those rivers were named by the…
Colonists called the rivers rivers thoroughfares highways freeways
Colonists called the rivers thoroughfares
The northern most face of NJ is
The Mountain Land
RVS is in
The High Country
What covers 1/5 of our state?
The Pine Barrens
Casinos extended the season of this face
The Jersey Shore
This face is in the southwest part of the state
The Garden Spot
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