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Georgia's Geography Regions!:D

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Georgia's Geography Regions!:D
By: Sarai and Nayeli
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Appalachian Plateau
Major Economy:
Coal Industries
Major Cities:
La Fayette, Trenton, Fort Oglethorpe
Major Bodies of Water:
Chattanooga River
Major forms of transportation:
I-75
Climate:
mild summers and winters
Topography:
caves, deep canyons, interesting rock formation, poor farming, and cliffs
Population:
1,717 - 84,999
Entertainment/attraction:
Sand Mountain and Look-Out Mountain. East of the Look-Out Mountain is the thumb like Pigeon Mountain.
Ridge and Valley
Blue Ridge
Major Economy:
Marble and Gold coins
Major Cities:
Clayton, Brass Town Bald, Dahlonega, Blue Ridge
Major Bodies of Water:
Nottely River, Tugaloo River, Hestatee River, Lake Nottely, Lake Blue Ridge, Lake Lanier, lake Chatuge
Major forms of transportation:
I-85
Climate:
Mild summers, cold winters, and Great amounts of rainfall
Topography:
High lands
Population:
1,717 - 84,999
Entertainment/attraction:
Brass Town Bald, panning for gold, and Springer Mountain which is where is the Appalachian Trial begins
Piedmont
Major Economy:
Granite, Textiles, Farming, and Poultry
Major Cities:
Atlanta, Marietta, Roswell, Athens, East Point
Major Bodies of Water:
Chattahooche, Yellow RIver, Ogeechee River, Apalachee River, Flint River, Lake Oconee, Lake Jackson, Lake Sulieffe, Lake Sinclair
Major forms of transportation:
I-185, I-285, I-75, I-20
Climate:
Hot summers and mild winters
Topography:
Starts with mountains and hills then sloppy hills and valleys
Population:
1,717 - 920,581
Entertainment/attraction:
Stone Mountain, Six Flags, White Water, Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta
Coastal Plains
Major Economy:
Peaches, Paper, Pulp, and Pecans
Major Cities:
Albany, Savannah, Macon, Columbus, Augusta, Fort Valley, Valdosta
Major Bodies of Water:
Satilla River, Canoochee River, Ohoopee River, Brier River, Altamaha River, Ocmulgee River, Lake Blackshear, Lake Walter George, Lake Seminole
Major forms of transportation:
I-75, I-95, I-16
Climate:
Hot summers and mild winters
Topography:
Plains
Population:
1,717 - 920,581
Entertainment/attraction:
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Reed Bingham State Park, and the Colquitt County Arts Center
Work Cited
www.authorstream.com
google images --- Georgia Census 2010
Georgia and the American Experience; London, Bonnie Bullard; Atlanta, Georgia; Clairmont Press; 2005
Google Images
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Major Economy
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Textiles and Carpets
Major Cities:
Dalton, Rome, Ringgold, Chatsworth
Major Bodies of Water:
Conasaugu River, Coosawotte River, Oostanaula River, Lake Allatoon, Carters Lake
Major forms of transportation:
I-575
Climate:
Mild summers and winters
Topography:
Low open valleys and narrow ridges that run parallel to the valley
Population:
1,717 - 149,999
Entertainment/attraction:
Chickamaugu Valley, Amuchee Ridges, and the Great Valley

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Population Map
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Topography, Major rivers, and Transportation Map
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