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  • 1. Arizona!
  • 2. LOCATION RELATIVE LOCATION The relative location of Arizona is Utah to the north, California to the west, New Mexico and Mexico to the south.
  • 3. LOCATIONABSOLUTE LOCATIONThe absolute location of Phoenix, Arizona is 33*N 112*W.
  • 4. REGIONSThe regions for Arizona are desert region, and the southwest region.
  • 5. Place• Landmarks: Grand Canyon, Lowell Observatory• Landforms: Painted Desert Mountains, Colorado Plateau, Sonoran Desert• Tradition: Worlds Oldest Continuous Rodeo• Since 1884, cowboys and cowgirls have met in Payson, AZ to demonstrate and test their roping and riding skills.• Climate: Average July temp. is 97 degrees, high temp. is 128 degrees, average January temp. is 65 degrees, low temp. is -40 degrees.
  • 6. MovementTRANSPORTATIONAir transportation in Arizona moves primarily through Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.Major interstate highways are I40,I8, and I 10.
  • 7. MovementEXPORTSSome of the exports for Arizona are airplanes, jets,semi conductors and military missiles.The natural.
  • 8. MovementAgriculture: cotton, lettuce, broccoli, oranges, grapefruit, and spinach
  • 9. HUMAN/ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION• Adapt: People in Arizona need to adapt to houses that are only one level. Also air conditioning is necessary in many houses.• Modify: Aqueducts and the Hoover Dam• Depend: Mining industry for jobs and exporting copper and silver