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Regions of Georgia

georgi's five regions

kenyata thomas

on 12 October 2012

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The Regions Of Georgia Kenyata Thomas
October 12,2012 Appalachian Plateau The Appalachian Plateau is also known as Cumberland Platea or TAG corner. IT is our smallest physio geographic region from lookout .
The Climate in the Appalachian Plateau is mild summers and mild winters.
For the agriculture there the land is used for hardwood forest and pasture, although a small amount of corn and soybeans is grown there.
The only industries in the Appalachian Plateau are the coal industries. More about the Appalachian Plateau In the Appalachian plateau their natural resources are surface water, timber, and coal.
They have to major cities and towns are La Fayuette, Trenton, and Fort Olgethorpe.
They also have well known tourist attractions like Sand Mountain and Lookout Mountain. (The East of Lookout Mountaun is the thumb just like Pigeon Mountain.
In the Appalachian Plateau there is one river located there and it is the Chattooga river and there are no lake located there. Agriculture Ridge and Valley In the ridge and valley they have lower elevation that the Appalachian Plateau and their soil is good for forests, pastures, and crops such as grain and apples ( Ellijay).
The climate in the ridge and valley is mild summers and mild winters. For their agriculture valley floors are used for farming and pasture. It also has a growing season of 210 to 220 days so they grow corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, and other crops their are grown in that same area. Much of the land is used for harvesting hardwood and pine timber. Out in the ridge and valley there lies textile industries and Carpet industries.( Dalton is the carpet capital of the world. More about Ridge and Valley The ridge and valley has 3 well known tourist attractions and they are the Chickamaungu Valley, Amuchee Ridges , and The Great Valley. Rivers and lakes in the Ridge and Valley were the Conasaugu River, Coosawotte River, O ostanauta River, Lake Allatonna , and Carter Lake.
Their main major cities and towns are Dalton, Rome, Ring gold Chats worth. Coal Industries Chattooga River Lookout Mountain Dalton Carpet Industry The city of Dalton Conasauga River Blue Ridge The Blue Ridge has the highest mts. in the state including Brasstown Bald- Which is Georgia's highest point and there is a great amount of rainfall there. Agriculture is for apples, corn, and other vegetables. The growing seasons there varies from 210 and 180 days depending on where you are in this region. The industries there are maple and gold coins.. Their natural resources are surface water, hardwood timber, and marble. In the Blue Ridge there are four major towns and cities and they are Clayton, Brasstown Bald, Dahlonega, and Blue Ridge. More About the Blue Ridge In the Blue Ridge they have many tourist attractions located there. They have Brasstown Bald, and Springer Mountain (it is the beginning of the Appalachian Trail.). The rivers located their are the Nottely River, Tugaloo River, And the Hestalee River. There are also many lakes located here in the Blue Ridge, Lake Nottely, Lake Blue Ridge, Lake Lanier, and Lake Chatuge. Brasstown Bald Moutain Nottely River Piedmont The Piedmont begins in the mountain foothills of N. Georgia and goes to the central part of the state. We live in this placement region. The climate there is hot summers and mild winters. Agriculture there is cotton, soybeans, and wheat. The industries there are granite industries, textile industries, and farming and poultry industries.
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