Southwest Geography

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The west is the second hottest region and the southeast is the second coldest region in the United States of America. The southeast is known for having the White House and the west is known for its gold. The southeast is a subtropical climate. The west is a tropical climate because it is warm all year. It is cold and moist in the southeast because it is near the ocean, but it is still in the 60 to 70 degrees in the fall. A disaster that happens a lot in the southeast is tornados. The most common disaster in the west is a fog cloud, which is a huge cloud of fog that you need a flashlight to see 10feet away. One landmark in the southeast is the White House. One of many landmarks in the west is the unisphere is a big globe in the west it is one of the most famous landmarks in the world.…show more content…
Its name is Mt. McKinley. The southeast has Abraham Lincoln’s birth place. The southeast region even has a cave named after a family that lived in that area in the 1800s. The name of the cave is Dunbar Cave. Some natural resources in the southeast are tomatoes, oranges, rice, sugarcane, grapefruit, tobacco, peanuts, coal, peaches, and cotton. Some resources in the west are rain, trees, natural gases, oil, rivers, lakes, lumber, pineapple, apples, grapes, sugarcane, fish, cherries, potatoes, pears, corn, peaches, nuts, oats, soybeans, wheat, iron ore, copper, and tomatoes. Some landforms you can visit in the southeast are the Great Smoky Mountains or the James River. The west region has the Rocky Mountains, volcanos, and the Columbia River. Would you like to live in the west and build your own house on mountains? Or would you live in the southeast and hike trails, work at lumber farms, or harvest
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