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Twenty Questions Subject: Physiographic Provinces of Virginia Part I
1. Label the physiographic provinces of Virginia. Appalachian Plateau Valley & Ridge Blue Ridge Piedmont Coastal Plain
2. The Coastal Plain is made up of __________ that are in the process of eroding from the Appalachian Mountains. Sediments
3. Which province is a gently sloping surface in Eastern Virginia? Coastal Plain
4. What is the highest elevation of the Coastal plain? 300 feet
5. What are the types of rocks located in the Coastal Plain? Sediment
6. What are the ages of rocks located in the Coastal Plain? mya
7. What are two important mineral resources located in the Coastal Plain? Sand Gravel
8. What types of fossils are found in the Coastal Plain? Sea critters Dinosaur fossils
9. Define Fall Line. Area where the Coastal Plain meets the Piedmont
10. Why are the major cities located on the Fall Line? Changes in the rivers
11. Which province is a gently rolling area with hills and valleys? Piedmont
12. Where does the Piedmont Province get is name? Foot of mountains
13. An episode of ________ created the rocks in the Piedmont. Subduction
14. The Piedmont rocks are part of the _____ of the mountains. Roots
15. What are the types of rocks located in the Piedmont? Igneous Metamorphic Some sedimentary
16. What are the ages of rocks located in the Piedmont? mya
17. What types of fossils are found in the Piedmont? None, except for dinosaur tracks
18. Which province is a narrow line of mountains located north of Roanoke, and a broader, upland south of Roanoke? Blue Ridge
19. The Appalachian Mountains are _____ and more ______ than the Rocky Mountains. Older Eroded
20. Which province has the highest mountains in Virginia? Blue Ridge
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