The appalachian mountain and how it was formed by Madie.

Madie  The Appalachian region was formed close to 480 million years ago. The Northern Appalachian region ranges from Hudson River to Newfoundland and Labrador; it is scattered elevations mostly around Quebec The Central Appalachians range from Hudson Valley to New River and is mostly flat due to the fact that is runs through New YorkContinue reading “The appalachian mountain and how it was formed by Madie.”

The Arctic – by Victor and Quinn

The arctic region is located in the northern part of Canada; it takes up almost half of it. It has some fascinating geographical features too, and some of them are explained in this document. (Horizons: Canada’s Emerging Identity. pg. 297) The arctic was formed when pressure at the north end of the Canadian Shield pushed sedimentaryContinue reading “The Arctic – by Victor and Quinn”