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Transcript of Region
There are also smaller regions that can be found in large regions. These are regions that depend on the surroundings. For example a region that would be found inside a wilderness region is a deciduous or a coniferous region.
Out of all the regions the three main types of regions are the wilderness, urban and rural regions. What is Region? Region is any place that has specific characteristics. An example of Region is a city, country or even your school. Each of these things have definite boundaries that show how far the region goes and a set space. An urban region is an area that has little or no country side. Urban regions are usually places like towns or cities. An example of an urban region is Windsor. Urban Regions A rural region is an area that has a lot of open space and countryside, but not many towns. The number of rural regions have been decreasing do to the fact that the population is growing. Rural Regions Wilderness Regions Wilderness regions are places where no people live and the area is covered with plants. Wilderness regions are generally populated by wild animals. Wilderness regions can be places like forests or swamps. Regional change is when an aspect or characteristic of a region changes. An example of regional change is when there are new houses built in forests; the forest was a wilderness region that became a urban region. A region can also change with everyday things like the weather. When the weather changes the climate regions change. Regions change with society too. When a society changes (Ex. new buildings, new people etc.) the human regions are affected.