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5 Regions of Georgia

Spring 2013 Unit

Amanda Duffey

on 14 March 2013

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Transcript of 5 Regions of Georgia

- Middle of the state - covers about 1/3 of Georgia - Northern Piedmont is around 1,500 feet above sea level

- As the region heads southeast, it loses elevation and becomes rolling hills - top soil lacks nutrients - Atlanta and Athens - Georgia's famous red clay - Northwestern corner - many peaks and valleys - bordered by the Appalachian Mountains - Northeastern - Home to Georgia's highest point, Brasstown Bald - Blue Ridge Mountains - largest region in Georgia - We live here! - low, flat land - many rivers and marshy land - ideal for crops - barrier islands - Home to the Okefenokee Swamp - separates the Piedmont from Coastal Plain
- Streams flowing from the higher rock of the Piedmont creates rapids or waterfalls when it runs onto the Coastal Plain's softer rock
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