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Regions of Georgia

Five Regions of Georgia

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What are the five main regions of Georgia? Coastal Plains, Piedmont, Blue Ridge, Ridge and Valley, the Appalachian Plateau
What are the five border states of Georgia? Florida, South Carolin, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama
What is the relative location of Georgia (hemisphere, continent, nation, region)? Northern hemisphere, Western hemisphere, North America, United States, Southeast
Where most of GA's agriculture is found Coastal Plain (Inner)
More than half the population lives here Piedmont
Has highest point in Georgia, hydroelectric power, recreational lakes Blue Ridge
Carpet capital of the world (Dalton) Ridge and Valley
lacks fertile soil, has Lookout Mountain and Chicamauga Appalachian Plateau
What region do we live in? Coastal Plain
Describe the soil type, weather, and climate of the coastal plains very fertile soil, hot summers, mild winters
Describe the soil type, weather, and climate of the Piedmont lots of clay, long hot summers, mild warm winters
Describe the soil type, weather, and climate of the Blue Ridge climate depends on elevation, yearly temps are about 50 degrees, temperatures drop below freezing in winter, 5 inches of annual rain
Describe soil type, weather, and climate of the Ridge and Valley region rainy year round, stony soil
Describe the soil type, weather, and climate of the Appalachian Plateau limestone ridges, average temperature is 50 degrees, some rain and snow throughout the year
What is Georgia's highest point? Brasstown Bald
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