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ARTICLE6 (printed) - PHYSIOGRAPHIC REGIONS HANDOUT...

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1 PHYSIOGRAPHIC REGIONS HANDOUT (Geography of Texas) I. INTERMONTANE BASIN AND PLATEAUS II. GREAT PLAINS III. INTERIOR LOWLANDS IV. COASTAL PLAINS A. Basin and Range Province B. “Trans-Pecos” C. Toyah Basin D. Stockton Plateau E. High Plains F. Edwards Plateau G. Central Texas Uplift / Llano Basin H. Osage Plains J. Grand Prairie K. Cross-Timbers L. Blackland Prairie M. Interior Coastal Plain N. Coastal Prairies P. Upper Coast Q. Coastal Bend R. Rio Grande Embayment 1. Guadalupe Range / Peak 2. Big Bend 3. Davis Mountains 4. Upper (Rio Grande) Valley 5. Caprock Escarpment* 6. Balcones Escarpment* 7. Canadian Breaks 8. Central High Plains (North of the Breaks) 9. Southern High Plains (South of the Breaks) 10. “Llano Estacado” 11. Lampasas Cut Plain 12. “Hill Country” 13. “Central Mining Region” 14. West Texas Rolling Plains 15. Callahan Divide 16. Comanche Plateau 17. Western Cross Timbers 18. Palo Pinto 19. Eastern Cross Timbers 20. “Black Prairie” 21. Post Oak Belt / Savannas
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course GEOG 305 taught by Professor Prout during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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