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Oregon Pink

  1. 1. OregonBy: Jackson Pink Crystal Splash
  2. 2. Location Absolute Location: Salem, OR 44*N, 123*W Relative Location: Washington is to the north, Nevada is to the south, and the Pacific Ocean is to the west.
  3. 3. Place Landmarks: Mount Hood Crater Lake
  4. 4. Place continued Landforms: Columbia River Cascade Mountains Willamette Valley
  5. 5. Place continued Tradition: Portlands Zoo Lights In November to December, Oregon citizens ride on a train while they drive around a area with thousands of lights.
  6. 6. Place continued Climate: In the west part of the state, the climate is usually mild but has a lot of rain. On the eastern side, there is a desert.
  7. 7. Movement Transportation: A major route of transportation isroute 84 and 99. Port of Portland for shipping goodsby water.
  8. 8. Movement continued Exports Christmas trees and lumber, electronic equipment and wool.
  9. 9. Movement continued Agriculture: -Salmon, tuna, Pacific whiting, halibut, crab and many other catches -Dairy farming - Hazelnuts - Hay - Rye grass - Wheat
  10. 10. RegionsWest regionPacific Northwest region
  11. 11. H/EInteraction Adapt: People in Oregon need tohave good rain clothing for therainy days. In the snowy Cascademountains, people would usehiking and ski gear.
  12. 12. H/E InteractionModify:Bonneville DamJohn Day Dam
  13. 13. H/E Interaction Depend: Forests for lumber Fertile soil for growing crops Many rivers and the Pacific Ocean for fishing

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