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    • California ( the golden state) By: Carmel
    • PlaceLandmarks: Some landmarks are The Golden Gate Bridge, Yosemite National Park, and Mount Whitney.
    • Place continued...Landforms: Landforms in California are sand dunes, mountains, volcanoes, plains, deserts, beaches, bays, forests, and tons more!
    • Place continued...Tradition: A big tradition in San Francisco is Chinese New Year, they celebrate with firecrackers, parades, and dragon floats. They celebrate this tradition because many chinese immigrants settled in San Francisco for a better life so thats why they celebrate Chinese New Year!
    • Place Continued...Climate: The weather in San Francisco is pretty warm it usually only snows on the top of the mountains. The average temp in the summer is 73 degrees fahrenheit and 50 degrees fahrenheit in the winter. There record for the hottest weather is 130 degrees!!!
    • MOVEMENTTransportation: California uses boats, highways (17,300 miles) freight trains, cargo ships, and cars to get to different places.
    • Movement continued...Agriculture: grapes, apricots, tomatoes, oranges, and lemons (etc.)
    • Movement continued...Exports: California trades grapes, broccoli, spinach, cauliflower, onions, and beans to different islands and countries.
    • HUMAN/ ENVIRONMENTINTERACTIONAdapt:They adapt to the weather by using air conditioning and having their houses on stilts because of the hurricanes, and they get there houses built a certain way because of the amount of earthquakes that happen each year.Modify:They modified their land and built the Golden Gate Bridge so they could get across the San Francisco Bay. The bridge on the northern tip connects to San Francisco and the other tip connects to the Marina District.
    • Human Environment Interactioncontinued...Depend: California depends on lumber,and gold for the money their state needs.+ =
    • LOCATIONRelative: California is south of Oregon, North of Mexico, West of Nevada, and East of the Pacific Ocean.Absolute: Sacramento, California is 38 degrees north and 121 degrees west.
    • REGIONSCalifornia is in the western hemisphere of the United States. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6c/Western_Hemisphere_LamAz.pngSome of Californias area codes are209,213,310,323,408,415,510,530,559,562,619,626, 650,661,707.
    • Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!By: The Red Race Cars