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Geography

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TermDefinition
Coastal Plain Along Atlantic And Mexico Gulf exellent harbors
Appalachain Moutains Oldest moutains in north america
Canadain Shield Hundreds of Lakes carved by glaciers surrounds the hudson bay in horseshow shape
InteriorLowlands rolling flatland river broad river valleys and grassy hills
Great Plains dry grasslands gradually increase elevation wast ward
Rocky Moutains Tallest moutans in North America has Continental Divide witch determains witch way rivers go
Basin and Range Areas of varying elevation containing isolated moutain ranges
Coastal Range rugged moutains along the pacific coast that strech from california to canada
Ohio River gateway to the west
Mississippi and Missouri Rivers Transportoin arteries for farm and industrial products they werelinks to ports and other parts of the world
Columbis Rivers explored by lewis and clark
Colorado River explored by spanish
Rio Grande Forms The border with mexico
St. Lawrence forms the border with canada and connects the great lakes to the atlantic
Atlantic Ocean higway for explorers early settlers and later immigrants
Great Lakes in land port cities developed in midwest along them
Gulf of Mexico Provided french and spanish exploreres
Peninsula land surrounded on three sides by water
Plateau a large area of land that is higher than surrounding land
Tributary a stream or river that flows into a larger river
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