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Appalachian Plateau

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andrew lewis

on 2 September 2010

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Transcript of Appalachian Plateau

Appalachian Plateau Flora and Fauna Flora- oak tree, maple trees,white oak, Beech, red spruce, hickory
Fauna- Deer, bobcats, bears, foxes, squirrels, bats Why do these plants and animals live here?
-the plants an animals thrive because they have much free space, due to the Appalachian plateau being mostly uninhabited. FREE GROWTH Minerals/ Resources Limestone, Shale, Talc, crushed stone, and much more. Water -no rivers
-contains the Palezoic Rock aquifier
-Because the north relies on the surface water to meet its water needs, it contains major resources
-Many animals live in the mountains, where water collects in ledges, and forests, where much groundwater collects
Interesting Facts - The Appalachian plateau is home to the TAG corner.
- This region is the smallest and highest, very mountainous.
- It's many tourist attractions include Lookout mountain and the Lover's leap.
- Also known as Cloudlan Canyon.
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