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The Physical Features of the Philippines

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Ma. Katerina Fernan

on 1 May 2013

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Transcript of The Physical Features of the Philippines

The Physical Features of the Philippines Landforms How do you conserve natural resources in your own way? Mountain
Hill
Plateau
Plain
Volcano
Mountain Range
Valley Water forms ocean(karagatan)
sea(dagat)
Bay(look)
waterfalls(talon)
gulf(golpo)
lake(lawa)
creek(sapa)
river(ilog) Mount Sumagaya
in Claveria, Northern
Mindanao Chocolate hills in Bohol Mount Hamiguitan
in Davao Oriental Mount Agad-Agad in Iligan City Buga-Buga Hills in Leyte Benguet Plateau Carmen Hill, Cagayan de Oro Luzon Central Plain Cordillera Central in west coast Luzon Sierra Madre Mountains Caraballo Mountains near Sierra Madre Mount Balatukan found halfway between
Cagayan de Oro and Butuan City Mount Hibok-Hibok in Camiguin Mount Mayon in Albay Taal Volcano in Batangas Mount Makiling in Laguna Mount Banahaw in Quezon Mount Bulusan in Sorsogon Mount Isarog in Camarines Sur Mount Pinatubo in Zambales Mount Mariveles in Bataan Diwata Mountains along Surigao and Agusan del Sur Central Mindanao Highlands Eastern Cordillera Tiruray Highlands in Cotabato Lanao-Bukidnon plateau in
North-central Mindanao Agusan-Davao Valley
between Eastern Cordillera and
Central Mindanao Highlands
(carved by the Agusan River) Koronadal Valley northeast of
Tiruray Highlands in
Cotabato(carved by the
Mindanao River) Compostela Valley in Davao Region Western Pacific Ocean Philippine Sea Visayan Sea Bohol Sea Molucca Sea Manila de Bay Panay Gulf Moro Gulf Lanao lake Taal lake Naujan Lake in Oriental Mindoro Lake Bato in Camarines Sur Lake Buluan in South Cotabato Lake Mainit in Surigao del norte-Agusan Rio Grande in Cotabato Agusan River Cagayan de Oro river Abra River Agno River Bicol River Basin Davao River Alalum Falls in Sumilao, Bukidnon Aliwagwag Falls in Southeast Mindanao Limunsudan Falls
55 km from Iligan Bomod-ok Falls near Sagada Tappia Falls near the rice terraces of Batad Dodiongan Falls in Iligan Tinago Falls in Iligan Itbog Falls in Camarines Sur Inambakan Falls in Cebu Kawasan Falls in Cebu Mag-Aso Falls in Bohol Maria Christina Falls in Iligan Mount Sembrano between Rizal and Laguna Kitanglad Mountain Range Mount Kalatungan in Bukidnon
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