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Constructive and Destructive Forces In Georgia

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Pranav Muralidharan

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Constructive and Destructive Forces In Georgia

By: Pranav Muralidharan

Stone Mountain
Stone Mountain is a constructive force because it was created by quartz monoxide and the dome was created around the formation of the Blue Ridge Mountains. So you could kind of say that it was part of Appalachian Mountains. It formed as a result of upwelling magma from the earth’s crust.
Okefenokee Swamp
The Okefenokee Swamp is a shallow, 480,000 acre swamp that flows over the Georgia and Florida. The enviroment is home to birds, snakes, egrets, etc. It is famous for crocodiles and alligators. But don't worry, we will be safe!
Tallulah Gorge
Goal
Stone Mountain
Okefenokee Swamp
The tallulah gorge is a gorge formed by the tallulah
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