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G4 MO Geography

What state is directly north of Missouri? Iowa
What state is directly south of Missouri? Arkansas
Name, clockwise starting north, the states which border Missouri. Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska
Define Continent One of the 7 large masses of land on Earth
Define Hemisphere a half of the Earth
What are natural resources? a material found in nature which can be used
What are renewable resources? Natural resources which can be replaced
What are nonrenewable resources? Natural resources which cannot be replaced
What is Latitude? imaginary lines which measure the Earth in degrees north and south from the equator. They run horizontally across the globe.
Name a fact about the Glaciated Till Plain -created by 2 glaciers -good soil for fruits and vegetables
Name a fact about the Ozark Highland -Mountains were formed 250 million years ago -caves, springs, and sinkhole
Name a fact about the Mississippi Lowlands -formed by the Mississippi River -farming is a major industry
Name a fact about the Osage Plains -farm wheat -prairie with tall grasses
Name a fact about the Alluvial River Plain -lined with levees to control floods -biggest cities
What are some examples of renewable resources? air, water, wood, animals
What are some examples of nonrenewable resources? coal, oil, natural gas, minerals
What minerals are found in Missouri? zinc, lead, coal, salt, and iron
What are characteristics of a good farming state like Missouri? rich soil, rivers, temperate climate with plenty of sun and rain
What are some uses of rivers? recreation (boating, swimming,etc.), travel, trade,
What is climate? Climate is the temperature, precipitation, air currents, and air pressure for a location over a long period of time
What is weather? Weather is day to day change in the temperature, precipitation, air currents, and air pressure for a location.
What is the capital of Missouri? Jefferson City
What is the largest city in Missouri? Kansas City
What are the 2 major rivers in Missouri? The Missouri River and the Mississippi River
What is a smaller river which empties into another river? a tributary
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