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  • 1. New MexicoBy The Orange Emillannas
  • 2. LocationThe Relative location of New Mexico is Mexico and Texas to the south. Texas to the east. Colorado to the north and Arizona to the west.
  • 3. Location ContinuedThe absolute location of Sante Fe, New Mexico is 35˚N 106˚w.
  • 4. RegionsNew Mexico is in the west. New Mexico is in the mountain time zone. New Mexico is also in the mountain region.
  • 5. PlaceLandmark: Alamo, Johnson Space Center, White Sands National Monument and San Antonio River Walk.
  • 6. Place ContinuedLandforms: Rio Grande River, Great Plains, Carlsbad Caverns, Colorado Plateau and White Sands Desert.
  • 7. Place ContinuedEvery year people come to the Albuquerque balloon festival. It is a festival where you can watch and ride hot air balloons. It is on October 5 to 13. It has been going on for over 39 years.
  • 8. Place ContinuedNew Mexico is sunny 70% of the time. It receives 300 inches of snowfall each year. In the summer it is normally around 90˚.
  • 9. MovementRoutes: 25, 40, 10Airports: Albuquerque International Sunport and Santa Fe Airport.
  • 10. Movement ContinuedExports: pecans, technology and transportation equipment.Agriculture: pecans, beef, chilies peppers and hay.
  • 11. H-E InteractionAdapt: People adapt to the environment in New Mexico by wearing clothes for hotter temperatures.Modify: People built the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge so New Mexicans can get over the Rio Grande Gorge.Depend: New Mexico uses the Rio Grande to irrigate fields and crops.