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North America Geographic Regions and Landforms
North America has 8 distinct geographic regions running north to south and extending east to west. This series examines the climate, soil, vegetation, (more…)
North America Geographic Regions and Landforms
North America has 8 distinct geographic regions running north to south and extending east to west. This series examines the climate, soil, vegetation, (more…)
North America Geographic Regions and Landforms
North America has 8 distinct geographic regions running north to south and extending east to west. This series examines the climate, soil, vegetation, (more…)
North America Geographic Regions and Landforms
North America has 8 distinct geographic regions running north to south and extending east to west. This series examines the climate, soil, vegetation, (more…)

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Coastal Range Geography Season 1, Episode 8 Jan 1, 2018 Subscription

The Coastal Range stretches for over 3,500 miles, from the Alaskan Peninsula in the north, to the tip of the Baja California Peninsula in the south. This region is just a small part of a famous line of tectonic activity that circles the entire Pacific Ocean, known as The Ring of Fire!

Basin and Range Geography Season 1, Episode 7 Jan 1, 2018 Subscription

Located between the Rocky Mountains to the east and the Coastal Ranges to the west, this gigantic Basin and Range Region runs for about 5,000 miles from the Bering Sea to the southern end of Mexico.

Rocky Mountains Geography Season 1, Episode 6 Jan 1, 2018 Subscription

The Rocky Mountains are like the backbone of the North American continent, stretched from top to bottom of the continent like a spine. In this case, the vertebrae are rugged mountain peaks. The true Rockies are found running from the Laird River Basin in the Canadian province of British Columbia to the Sacramento Mountains in the state of New Mexico, a distance of about 3,000 miles.

Great Plains Geography Season 1, Episode 5 Jan 1, 2018 Subscription

Between the Rocky Mountains and east of the Mississippi River, we find one of the continent's largest regional landforms, The Great Plains. Its most striking feature is its flatness and wide open spaces. The Great Plains encompass all or part of 15 of the United States and three Canadian provinces.250 million years ago it was a vast inland seaknown as the Western Interior Waterway.

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