LocationRelative: Boston, MA is located 10.6 miles north of Quincy, MA. Boston,MA is 51 miles north of Providence,R1. North of MA is New Hampshire and Vermont. South of MA is Connecticut. West of MA is New York. Last the Atlantic Ocean borders MA on the EastAbsolute: 47 N, 70 W
PlaceLandmark: Gillette StadiumLandform:Cape Cod National Seashore, Atlantic OceanTradition :The green monster in left field at Red Sox game is a tradition. This tradition has been going on for 15 years.Climate: Spring:56/38 degrees F, Summer:79/61 degrees F, Fall:60/44 degrees F, Winter:37/22 degrees F
MovementTransportation: Cars, Boston airport, ferries. Massachusetts also has a train system. There are subway trains that go underground and run from Downtown Boston to various points around Boston. There is also a commuter rail train that travels to the north, west and southern communities.Exports: Electronic equipment, plastic, paper, machinery, tools, metal, and rubberAgriculture:They grew corn,apples, and other crops.
Regions1.The Berkshire Mountain Region is in western Massachusetts. There are many things to see in this part of MA (very close to NY state). There are several colleges and museums in this part of MA.2.Area Codes:339-351-413-508-617-774- 781-857-978
Human/Environment InteractionAdapt: They adapt by wearing warm clothes in the winter and cooler clothes in the summer. The Native Americans helped the Pilgrims (who arrived in Plymouth MA) adapt to their land by teaching them how to hunt and farm the land.Modify: Boston modified the land by building the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge.Depend: The people of Massachusetts depend on public transportation to get them around Boston. They also depend on the fishing industry for fresh seafood.