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Arizona, Green Grapes


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Arizona, Green Grapes

  1. 1. ArizonaBy:Reagan
  2. 2. LocationRelative Location: Arizona is North of Mexico, East of New Mexico, South of Utah, and West of California and Nevada.Absolute Location: The coordinates of Arizona are 34 degrees N, 112 degrees W.
  3. 3. RegionsArea Codes: Arizonas area codes are 480, 520, 602, 623, and 928.Region: Arizonas region is the Western region of the U.S.A.
  4. 4. PlaceLandmark: Few of the many landmarks in Arizona are The Grand Canyon National Park, Picacho Peak, Barringer Meteor Crater, and Montezuma Castle.Landform: Some of the landforms in Arizona are the Colorado Plateau, Black Mesa, Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Saguaro Cactus, and Sonoran Desert.Tradition: One of the traditions in Arizona is the Sunrise Dance.Climate: The winters in Arizona are usually 70 degrees and the summers are usually 80 degrees.
  5. 5. MovementTransportation: Some of the ways of getting around in Arizona are by traveling on Route 10 or Route 19, if you are looking for a certain taxi company you can go on a Yellow Cab, or if you are looking for an airport you can go to the Grand Canyon National Park Airport.Exports: Some of Arizonas exports are copper, cattle, cotton, and citrus.Agriculture: The agriculture in Arizona is mostly cattle, cotton, dairy products, lettuce, nursery stock, and hay.
  6. 6. Human/Environment InteractionAdapt: People in Arizona often install air conditioning systems, store lots of water in their house, wear sunglasses and sunscreen, and stay inside. In the olden times when they didnt have houses or air conditioning people used to sleep in the shade to keep cool.Modify: People in Arizona have modified their land by adding the Bridge Canyon Dam, Alamo Dam, and the Bartlett Dam.Depend: People in Arizona depend on copper for money and plateaus or the Colorado River for fresh water.