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Georgia Unit test 1

Region characteristics/ landmarks

Mountainous, plateau Appalachian Mountains description
Coal field/ iron ore Appalachian Mountains soil
Cloudland Canyon, Lookout Mnt., Tag Corner Appalachian Mountains P.O.I.
Faults, Mountain ranges parallel to another,long ridges, mountainous Ridge and Valley description
700-800 ft above sea level fertile farmland Ridge and Valley soil
Ellijay, Dalton, Chickamauga Valley Ridge and Valley P.O.I.
Mountainous, streams, waterfalls Blue Ridge description
Gold, Marble Blue Ridge soil
Brasstown Bald Blue Ridge P.O.I.
Rolling hills, rivers, trees, fertile farmland Piedmont description
Granite, Red clay soil, fertile top soil Piedmont soil
Stone Mountain, Atlanta Piedmont P.O.I.
Sandy hills (north), marshes (south), largest region Coastal Plain description
Sandy, Porous limestone, lightning burns wire grass periodically Coastal Plain soil
Okefenokee Swamp, Savannah, Brunswick, Floridan Aquifer, Coastal Plain P.O.I.
A five foot ditch grew into sixteen different canyons due to settler's abuse of the land. Providence Canyon
Water remains 68 degrees year round. Radium Springs
Term means "tumbling waters." Amicacola Falls
1/2 of Georgia and part of North Carolina rest on it's granite base. Stone Mountain
Second only to the Grand Canyon in depth. Tallulah Gorge
Term means "land of the trembling earth." Okefenokee Swamp
Location of FDR's "Little White House" Warm Springs
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