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Blackland Prairie

Ecoregions of Texas
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Keziah Johnson

on 30 October 2012

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Transcript of Blackland Prairie

Blackland
Prairie Erosion Deposition Weathering Erosion in Blackland Prairie is mostly
the small sediments and rocks
weathered. Characteristics of land
The elevation ranges from 300 ft in the southern portion to 800 ft above sea level in the North. Since the Blackland Prairie is made up of mostly clay, the weathering is mostly the small sediments and rocks broken down into pieces. Since Blackland Prairie has
slight hills and leveled lands,
the sediments are usually moving
into/creating deltas. Precipitation
Average rainfall is approximately 35 inches in the western counties to 45 inches in the eastern counties. Topography
Topography ranges from gently rolling hills to level land.
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