North American Physical Geography
Based on the clues, name these North American locations.
- Quiz by JenkinsEar - Apr 23, 2016
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Mountain range stretching from Alabama to Newfoundland
Mountain range stretching from New Mexico to British Columbia
Highest peak in contiguous United States
Range in which above peak is located
Highest peak in North America
Trio of mountain ranges that extend along the eastern, southern,
and western coasts of Mexico
Set of five large, freshwater lakes between the US and Canada
River which drains the above lakes
Largest freshwater lake in North America (and, by surface area, in the world)
Largest saltwater lake in North America
Lowest, driest, and hottest location in North America
Large, arid drainage area of western US that does not open to the sea, includes
most of Utah and almost all of Nevada
By some measures, the longest river in North America
Long river that flows from Minnesota to Louisiana
Strait separating North American from Asia
Broad expanse of mostly fertile prairie in central US and Canada
Narrow strip of land that connected North America to South America until 1914
Isthmus of Panama
Swampy region of the above with no roads going through it
Huge stretch of very old igneous rock covered with a thin layer of soil
that covers over half of Canada
Largest island in North America (excluding Greenland)
Peninsula that includes part of southeastern Mexico and parts of Belize and Guatemala
Large bay that cuts deeply into eastern Canada
Longest river in Canada
Large sea east of Central America
Largest island in this sea
Long, narrow peninsula south of the state of California
Region of swampy wetlands in southern Florida
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