New JerseyPrinceton College
LocationRelative: east of Pennsylvania, south of New York, west of the Atlantic Ocean, north of virginia.Absolute: 28º 35 ...
Regions1. The area codes are 135, 158.2. New Jersey is in the eastern region of  the United States of America.
PlaceLandmark: Princeton CollegeLandform: Batsto River, Atlantic Ocean, and  Carolina Bay.Tradition: New Jersey reenacts t...
MovementTransportation: Aero Flett Airport, Route 80, Acela  Express, and Seastreak ferry boat, Delaware River  RailroadEx...
HumanEnvironment InteractionAdapt: New Jersey changes types of cloths in the  winter and summer. They use fans in the  sum...
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  1. 1. New JerseyPrinceton College
  2. 2. LocationRelative: east of Pennsylvania, south of New York, west of the Atlantic Ocean, north of virginia.Absolute: 28º 35 north, 77º 12 east.
  3. 3. Regions1. The area codes are 135, 158.2. New Jersey is in the eastern region of the United States of America.
  4. 4. PlaceLandmark: Princeton CollegeLandform: Batsto River, Atlantic Ocean, and Carolina Bay.Tradition: New Jersey reenacts the Historic crossing when George Washington crossed the Delaware River into New Jersey.Climate:54ºF Winter, 75º summer.
  5. 5. MovementTransportation: Aero Flett Airport, Route 80, Acela Express, and Seastreak ferry boat, Delaware River RailroadExports: Grains and Corn.Agriculture: Corn, apples, lettuce, tomatoes, flowers, and famous for berries.
  6. 6. HumanEnvironment InteractionAdapt: New Jersey changes types of cloths in the winter and summer. They use fans in the summer, and umbrellas when it rains.Modify: New Jersey built the Goethals Bridge, Lakewood Airport, and houses.Depend: New Jersey depends on Hydroelectric for electricity, the Delaware River for drinking water, and crops for food.

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