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Regions of Georgia

Regions. Regions of Georgia.
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Shaquidrianna Jefferson

on 24 September 2012

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FIRST REGION COASTAL PLAINS The Coastal Plains of Georgia are located next to the Piedmont region. Natural Resources: Peanuts, Peaches, Pecans, Turpentine, Natural Oils, Gas, Pine, Forest, Grass, Wood, Oranges, Grape Fruit REGIONS OF GEORGIA Physical Characteristics Physical Characteristics of the Coastal Plains include: flat land, no steep hills, pine barrens, Okefenokee Swamp, many fossils, and the land used to be completely covered by ocean. The highest temperature is 77, and the low is 54. Don't be Lame, Go Visit the Coastal Plain! Next Region... Piedmont Located between the Coastal Plains and Blue Ridge regions. Physical Characteristics Physical Characteristics of the Piedmont region includes: bedrock, rolling hills, lots of rivers, Natural Resources: wheat, soybeans, cotton, stone, granite, bedrock. Have a question? Piedmont is the answer. Next Region... Ridge and Valley The Ridge and Valley is located in between the Blue Ridge and plateau. Physical Characteristics: The Ridge and Valley region stretches 1,200 miles with rolling valleys and elevated land. Natural Resources: corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, sandstone, gneiss. Economic Activity The economic activity in Georgia's Coastal Plains is business. The population of the Coastal Plains is approximately 490,000 people and counting. Population & Economic Activity The approximate population of the Piedmont region is 4,770,000. The Economic activity here is Agriculture, Mineral Mining, and Pulp Production Population and Economic Activities The approximate population of this region is 547,777. The main economic activities of the ridge and valley region is Agriculture. Crops, raising of livestock, and the productions of goods. Nothing's like the Ridge and Valley Next Region... Plateau The Plateau region is located beside the Ridge and Valley and Blue Ridge regions. Natural Resources- Corn, Vegetables, Apples, Gold Marble, Mica
Economic Activity-livestock raising, farming, tobacco growing, and lumber production
Approximate population- 1,298 since 2010 records
Climate- High- 69 degrees Low- 45 degrees
Physical Features- Chattahoochee and Savannah river; many mountains; beginning of Appalachian Trail; High Elevation; Erosion Rate is High Blue Ridge Region Natural Resources: natural gas, coal, petroleum, uranium Economic Activities: contributes to agriculture Population: approximate population is 90,670 Get right with Blue Ridge Physical Features: rock formations, many mountains It must be Plateau Narritive My narrative is going to explain the similarities between the five geographical regions of Georgia. Corn is natural resource of the Blue Ridge, Ridge and Valley, and the Appalachian Plateau. Cotton is also a natural resource for both Ridge and Valley and Piedmont. Sandstone is also a natural resource for all accept Blue Ridge and Piedmont. The high temperatures are also very similar in all regions. The low temperatures are similar in the Ridge & Valley, Blue Ridge, and the Appalachian Plateau regions and Coastal Plains and Piedmont have similar low temperatures.
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