We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byAmbrose Preston
Modified over 7 years ago
7 th Grade WH/GEO Period #2
1) Coastal Range 2) Basin & Range 3) Rocky Mountains 4) Great Plains 5) Interior Lowlands 6) Canadian Shield 7) Appalachian Mountains 8) Coastal Plain
West of the Rocky Mountains Stretches from Alaska to California Made up of Rugged Mountains and Fertile Valleys.
West of the Rocky Mountains East of the Sierra Nevada's and the Cascades Varying elevations and isolated mountain ranges. Death Valley -Death Valley is the lowest point in North America.
West of the Great Plains East of the Great Basin Rugged Mountains with High Elevations Includes the Continental Divide -The Continental Divide determines the directional flow of rivers.
-West of the Interior Lowlands -East of the Rocky Mountains -Flatlands that increase in elevation slightly to the west -Known for grasslands
West of the Appalachian Mountains East of the Great Plains Lowlands of rolling flatlands Rivers Broad Valleys and Grassy hills
Wraps around the southern portions of the Great lakes and the Hudson Bay. Hills worn by erosion Hundreds of glacier carved lakes Some of the oldest rock formations in the North America
West of the Coastal Plain Range from Canada to western Alabama Oldest mountains in North America Old Eroded Mountains
Stretches along the Atlantic Ocean Broad lowland with excellent harbors Borders the Gulf Mexico Long sandy beaches
5th Grade GEOGRAPHY.
Jeopardy U. S. Geography Q 1 Q 6 Q 11 Q 16 Q 21 Q 2 Q 7 Q 12 Q 17 Q 22
Richmond is our Virginia State Capital Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and North Carolina surround Virginia.
GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS U. S. HISTORY.
The Land Ch. 1, Lesson 2.
Geographic Review. Coastal Plain 1.Broad lowland providing many excellent harbors 2.Old eroded mountains 3.Hills worn by erosion and hundreds of lakes.
Interactive Study Guide Test what you know about the regions of the United States. Enter.
REGIONS OF NORTH AMERICA
8 Regions of the United States
Section 1 The Land Vocabulary Contiguous~ referring to areas that touch or share a boundary. Urban~ related to a city or densely populated area. Megalopolis~
Physical Features of the United States
COASTAL PLAIN “CRAZY” located along the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico Broad lowland providing many excellent harbors Broad lowland providing many.
Eight Regions of North America
Warm-up Complete 8 Regions Bell Ringer Write Homework in your agenda: Create a Post Card for one of the 8 Regions. Describe what the land is like and what.
Regions Study Guide.
LATITUDE=FATitude Latitude lines run ____ to ____,
LATITUDE Latitude lines run ____ to ____,
© 2022 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.