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6th SS Ch 1 Sec 2

6th grade SS test chapter 1 sections 1-5

TermDefinition
An area that has similar landforms Landform Region
Types of Landforms Canyons, islands, cliffs, plateaus, hills
Type of weather in a place over time Climate
Flat, low land along and extends out into the Atlantic Coastal Plain
Coastal Plain underwater is called the Continental Shelf
Wide valleys and hills on the Eastern side of Appalachians Piedmont
Piedmont means At the base of the mountain
Mountains that run from southern Canada to central Alabama Appalachians
The Appalachians are the ____ mountains in the US Oldest
The Appalachians highest peak is only 7000 ft
The Appalachians are made up of _____ that run together Smaller Mountain Ranges
Flat area west of the Appalachians and east of the Rocky Mountains Interior Plains
The Interior Plains are also called the Central Plains
An area of flat rolling land covered by grasses Prairie
An area within the Interior Plains where the land becomes flatter, with few rivers and almost no trees Great Plains
Largest and longest mountains in the US Rocky Mountains
The Rocky Mountains run from Mexico through Canada and into Alaska
The Rocky Mountains have sharp peaks which mean Little Erosion
Many of the Rocky Mountain peaks are cover in ____ year round Snow
The area between the Rocky Mountains and other mountains farther west Intermountain Region
An area that is low and bowl shaped with higher land around it Great Basin
At the edge of the Great Basin where the land is the lowest in North America Death Valley
Death Valley is ____ below sea level 250 ft
Mountain range just inside California Sierra Nevada
The name Sierra Nevada is Spanish for Snowy Mountain Range
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