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Unformatted text preview: -- in the far NW corner of the state ; all of Dade County & far west edge of Walker County 2) Ridge & Valley : also in far NW corner including Catoosa, Whitfield, & Murray counties to Polk & Bartow; cities of Rome & Dalton 3) Blue Ridge : across the north from Gilmer & Fannin County east to GA/SC line & as far south as Pickens, Dawson, & Lumpkin Counties; cities of Dahlonega, & Clayton * Highest elevation in GA, Brasstown Bald, 4784 4) Piedmont : from a northern line of Haralson, to Cherokee to Habersham Counties south to the Fall Line , a line which runs roughly from the city of Columbus to Macon to Augusta; cities of Athens, Atlanta, Gainesville --- G-A Coastal Plain : (realm not a region) from the Fall Line southward to Florida and the GA Coast; cities of Valdosta, Albany, & Savannah. -Lowest elevation in the state= sea level Barrier Islands off GA: Tybee, Cumberland, St. Simons, Jekyll, Sapelo...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course GEOG 1113 taught by Professor Hodler during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.
- Spring '08