LocationRelative Location- California borders the Pacific Ocean.Absolute Location- The absolute location for Sacramento, California is 38*N, 121*W.
Regions1. California is located on the West Coast of the United States.2. California is located in the Pacific Coastal Region.
PlaceLandmarks- Yosemite National Park and the Golden Gate Bridge are two popular landmarks in the state of California.Landforms- The Sierra Nevada Mountains and Lake Tahoe are two types of landforms.Traditions- The California State Fair has been held in Sacramento since 1859. The fair is usually held over a two week period during the end of the summer.- The fair includes events such as horse races, music performances, food and carnival rides.
Places ContinuedClimate- The desert region has hot summers and cold winters.- The central region has hot summers and cool winters.- The coastal region has mild summers and mild winters.- The mountain region has warm summers and cold winters.
MovementTransportation- The Los Angeles International Airport is a major airport in the Los Angeles area and the Port of Los Angeles is a major harbor for boats and cruise ships. Interstate Highway 5 and the Pacific Coast Highway are two of the most common expressways in the state.Exports- Gold, silicon chips, airplane and spacecraft parts, timber, and boron are a few things that California exports.Agriculture- California grows walnuts, almonds, lettuce, tomatoes, fruits, citrus, artich
Human / Environment InteractionAdapt- California has frequent earthquakes and tremors. Because of this, people have built buildings to protect them.Depend- People enjoy many recreational activities in California. The mountain region for skiing and snowboarding. The central region for warm weather and growing crops and the pacific region transportation and fishing.Modify- Because of dry weather, people in California have had to build aqueducts to transport water to dry land.