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The Natural Regions of Texas

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Rene Monroy

on 4 December 2010

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Transcript of The Natural Regions of Texas

The Natural Regions of Texas The Mountains and basins Region The Great Plains Region The Central Plains Region The Coastal Plains Region the mountains and basins region is a large area in west the costal plains region makes up about o The Great Plains texas region is made up of the
THE Central PLAINS region is made El Paso High Plains,the Edwards Plateau, up of the GRAND PRAIRIE,the CROSS is the only major city in

TIMBERS, and the Llano Basin. and the ROLLING PLAINS.
Four major cities El paso is in the FORT WORTH and ABILENE are two Great Plains major





the only major city in the
cities in the CENTRAL PLAINS REGION
. region ne -third THE CROSS TIMBERS is thought by some are Amarillo, people mountains and basins regions

to be a natural land mark in the Lubbock,Midland,and Odessa. of texas. The mountain named El C Palo Duro Canyon is a major apitan e CENTRAL PLAINS natural landmark REGION . in the region. is a natural landmark in this region Houston , Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas are major f C cities in the Coastal Plains region. Padre island is a natural landmark 1 2 3 4
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