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4th Grade California Regions/Geography terms
California Regions sections
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An area of low land between mountains. It is rainy in the winter and warm in the summer. It is easy to grow crops in this area.
Valley natural resource
Crops: grains fruits and veggies and cotton, cattle, and poultry
Weather in a given area over a period of time.
The beach and land next to the sea or ocean.
Coast natural resource
Fish, water, some fruits and vegetables.
A hot, dry region with little or no plants.
Desert natural resource
Everything surrounding where the plants and animals live.
Natural features of the landscape-like valleys and mountains
Land with steep sides that rises sharply (1,000 feet or more) from surrounding land; generally larger and more rugged than a hill
Mountain natural resource
Water, wood, and minerals
Higher mountains are cooler and wetter or snowy, while lower mountains are warmer and drier.
Something we use that comes from nature.
Area of land defined by it's natural resources and climate.
Area of land that is often wet. Plants here have adapted to life in wet soil.
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