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rolling plains

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on 23 May 2013

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The rolling Plains A portion of the Rolling Plains Ecological Region of Texas extends into the northwestern, western, and southwestern counties of North-central Texas including portions of Clay, Wichita, Wilbarger, Baylor, Archer, Throckmorton, Shackelford, Callahan, Taylor, Nolan, Mitchell, Howard, Coke, Sterling, Tom Green, Irion, Concho, and Runnels counties-http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/landwater/land/habitats/cross_timbers/ecoregions/rolling_plains.phtml Biotic Factors of the Rolling plains
Coyotes
Grass
Cattle Watersheds of the Colorado, Brazos, Red, and Trinity rivers flow through this region of North-central Texas. Abiotic Factors of the Rolling Plains
fine sand and soil
Rivers
Streams In the Rolling Plains the average temperature is 64.5F
The rainfall averages from 22 to 30 inches per year Fire causes the biggest impact in the rolling plains, and fires happen every 5-10 years in the Rolling Plains. The catastrophic event that happens the most is Fire. Fire happens in the Rolling Plains every 5-10 years. The succession in the Rolling Plains is Secondary because fires burn the original inhabitants down and the growth cycle starts over. Brazos River Kayleigh Wriser
5/25/12 8th Erosion
the process in which rock/soil is broken down into sediments Deposition
when the erosion process is over and the sediments drop
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