Amazing Plains and
    Divides
Amazing Plains and
    Divides
By Pheen Elzinga, John Admiraal, and
           Jacob Cramer
Plains
Plains
Plains are horizontal surfaces that have lower elevations when
compared to surrounding areas.
Plains
Plains are horizontal surfaces that have lower elevations when
compared to surrounding areas.
Plains
Plains are horizontal surfaces that have lower elevations when
compared to surrounding areas.
Where We Can Find
     Plains
Where We Can Find
          Plains

• The Great Plains are the biggest plains
    in the U.S.A.

• Plains are found on all...
Where We Can Find
          Plains

• The Great Plains are the biggest plains
    in the U.S.A.

• Plains are found on all...
Where We Can Find
          Plains

• The Great Plains are the biggest plains
    in the U.S.A.

• Plains are found on all...
Divide
Divide

A Divide is an imaginary line along a
ridge of high ground or a mountain
range area where rainfall and runoff
flow...
Divide

A Divide is an imaginary line along a
ridge of high ground or a mountain
range area where rainfall and runoff
flow...
Divide

A Divide is an imaginary line along a
ridge of high ground or a mountain
range area where rainfall and runoff
flow...
Where We Find Divides


 A Divide in the U.S. is the
 continental divide in the Rocky
 Mountains.

 The longest divide is ...
Where We Find Divides


 A Divide in the U.S. is the
 continental divide in the Rocky
 Mountains.

 The longest divide is ...
Where We Find Divides


 A Divide in the U.S. is the
 continental divide in the Rocky
 Mountains.

 The longest divide is ...
Plains And Divide
Plains And Divide
Plains And Divide
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Plains And Divide

  1. 1. Amazing Plains and Divides
  2. 2. Amazing Plains and Divides By Pheen Elzinga, John Admiraal, and Jacob Cramer
  3. 3. Plains
  4. 4. Plains Plains are horizontal surfaces that have lower elevations when compared to surrounding areas.
  5. 5. Plains Plains are horizontal surfaces that have lower elevations when compared to surrounding areas.
  6. 6. Plains Plains are horizontal surfaces that have lower elevations when compared to surrounding areas.
  7. 7. Where We Can Find Plains
  8. 8. Where We Can Find Plains • The Great Plains are the biggest plains in the U.S.A. • Plains are found on all continents •
  9. 9. Where We Can Find Plains • The Great Plains are the biggest plains in the U.S.A. • Plains are found on all continents •
  10. 10. Where We Can Find Plains • The Great Plains are the biggest plains in the U.S.A. • Plains are found on all continents •
  11. 11. Divide
  12. 12. Divide A Divide is an imaginary line along a ridge of high ground or a mountain range area where rainfall and runoff flows or drains downhill on one side or the other.
  13. 13. Divide A Divide is an imaginary line along a ridge of high ground or a mountain range area where rainfall and runoff flows or drains downhill on one side or the other.
  14. 14. Divide A Divide is an imaginary line along a ridge of high ground or a mountain range area where rainfall and runoff flows or drains downhill on one side or the other.
  15. 15. Where We Find Divides A Divide in the U.S. is the continental divide in the Rocky Mountains. The longest divide is the continental divide.
  16. 16. Where We Find Divides A Divide in the U.S. is the continental divide in the Rocky Mountains. The longest divide is the continental divide.
  17. 17. Where We Find Divides A Divide in the U.S. is the continental divide in the Rocky Mountains. The longest divide is the continental divide.
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