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texas rolling plains

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jaqueline perez

on 24 May 2013

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Rolling Plains Watershed is a region that drains into its specific river. Watershed People can effect surface water by pollution, littering and putting wastes into the water. In the Rolling Plains it has an average percipitation of 22 to 30 inches annually. It is usually warm and the wind is a slight breeze averaging on most days 3.5 mph. On average the sun shines about 12 hours a day. Climate Vegetation in the Rolling Plains consists of black willow, plains cottonwood, honey mequite, salt cedars and willows. Also white tail deer, feral hogs, rio grande turkeys, and watermoccasins are common in this region. Peregrine falcons are also seen in this region. Inhabitants In 1830 a massive wildfire swept through the rolling plains. It left many farmers with no crops and it killed many animals. Catastrophic Events Potential Disasters Some potential disasters would include wildfires and deforestation. Wildfires have the ability to happen because of the abundancy of grass and forests. Deforestation happens because the land needs to be cleared for farmland. Years after the 1830 wildfire, secondary succesion occurred leaving the land very fertile. Several years after that forests began to grow back. Succesion Some examples of weathering in this region is rain and acid rain. Wind carrying all the sediments to different places would be an example of erosion. When running water deposits sediments on the banks of a river. Natural Environmental Changes Conservation Conservation is the protection of natural resources in an area. It is important because if we use up all the resources to fast then we will run out of them. Also a lot of animals depend on some of the resources so they could endanger them. Oil is being depleted at a very fast rate.
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