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Twenty Questions Subject: Physiographic Provinces of Virginia Part II
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1. Label the physiographic provinces of Virginia. Appalachian Plateau Valley & Ridge Blue Ridge Piedmont Coastal Plain 1 2 3 4 5
2. What is the tallest mountain in Virginia, and what is its elevation? Mount Rogers 5719 Feet
3. _________ occurred during the formation of the Appalachia Mountain. Metamorphosis
4. Igneous and metamorphic rocks are the _______ rocks in Virginia. Oldest
5. What are the types of rocks located in the Blue Ridge? Igneous Metamorphic
6. What are the ages of rocks located in the Blue Ridge? 1 bya-245 mya
7. What types of fossils (if any) are found in the Blue Ridge? None
8. Which province is an area of long, parallel ridges separated by valleys? Valley & Ridge
9. Sections of _______, _______ rocks make up the ridges, while _______, _______ rocks make up the valleys. Hard, resistant Soft, eroded
10. ______ that has eroded leaves caves and caverns (________). Limestone Karst topography
11. ______ and ______ occurred during the formation of the Appalachian Mountains (when N. America collided with Africa and Europe). Folding Faulting
12. The formation of the Appalachian Mountains occurred during the late ________ Era. Paleozoic
13. What are the types of rocks located in the Valley and Ridge? Sediment
14. What are the ages of the rocks located in the Valley and Ridge? 570-320 mya
15. What types of fossils are found in the Valley and Ridge? Sea critters
16. Which province is a series of plateaus separated by faults? Appalachian Plateau
17. The Appalachian Plateau is known for its rich deposits of _____, _____, and _______. Coal Oil Natural Gas
18. What are the types of rocks located in the Appalachian Plateau? Sediment
19. What are the ages of rocks located in the Appalachian Plateau? 360-286 mya
20. What types of fossils are found in the Appalachian Plateau? Trees Ferns Some sea critters
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