Unit 3-Geography Study note


Name Date Class Section 1 Quiz The Land MATCHING: Match each item in Column A with an item in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks. (10 points each) A B 1. smaller river or stream that connects to a A. divide larger river 2. boundary where higher land drops to the B. headwaters coastal plain C. tributary 3. high point or ridge that determines the direction in which rivers flow D. aquaculture 4. fish farming 5. source of a river E. fall line MULTIPLE CHOICE: In each blank on the left, write the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. (10 points each) 6. A notable feature of the is Death Valley. a. Great Lakes b. Great Divide c. Great Plains d. Great Basin 7. Where are North America’s greatest oil reserves found? Copyright © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. a. in Alaska; in Texas; and in c. in Texas; in New Mexico; and in Alberta, Canada Alberta, Canada b. in Alaska; in Texas; and in d. in Alaska; in the Rocky Mountains; Quebec, Canada and in Alberta, Canada 8. In North America, where is iron ore mainly found? a. northern Montana and Idaho, and c. Pennsylvania, New York, and the Canadian Rockies Canada’s Great Lakes b. northern Minnesota and Michigan, d. the Appalachians, Wyoming, and and the Canadian Shield British Columbia 9. Lakes and rivers are important resources because they a. are a source of recreation. c. provide an outlet for sewers and industrial waste. b. are used for shipping d. are a natural defense against and transportation. invaders. 10. The once was one of the world’s richest fishing grounds. a. Great Lakes of Canada c. Gulf of Alaska b. Grand Banks of Canada d. St. Lawrence River Section Quizzes and Chapter Tests 55

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