LocationRelative: The relative location of Montana is north of Wyoming, south of Canada, west of North and South Dakota, and east of Idaho.Absolute: The absolute location of Montana is 46 degrees north and 112 degrees west.
Regions1: The area code for Montana 406.2: Montana is in the west region.3: Montana is in mountain standard time.
PlaceLandmark: Some of Montanas landmarks are Fort Owen State Park and Fort Benton.Landform: Some of Montanas landforms are Sluice Boxes which is black cat mining and Sand Creek Wildlife Station.
PlaceTradition: One tradition in Montana is the Festival Of Nations. Dancers twirl to lively tunes and dress up from other lands.Climate: From November-March the temperature ranges from -50 to 50 degrees. In the summer the high is 70 degrees. They can have really big snow storms.
MovementTransportation: People in Montana usually take a car, bus, or Amtrak train. Some of the highways that people drive on are interstates 15, 90, and 94.Exports: Montanas main exports are wheat, rye oats, flax seed, sugar beets, and potatoes.Agriculture: Sheep and cattle are the main livestock raised in Montana.
Human/Environment InteractionAdapt: In Montana there are big snows so people adapt by having generators, plowing driveways, and salting streets.Modify: People in Montana modified their land by building the Buffalo and Cadotte Creek Bridges and by building the Fort Peck and Kaya Dams.
Human Environment InteractionDepend: People in Montana depend on the Smith River for recreation and drinking water. They also depend on Salmon Lake for drinking water. http://www.wildnatureimages.com/Jedediah%20Smith%20Redwood%20SP%201.htm