The state of New York's two largest landforms are the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains, which together cover one-third of the entire state. The Adirondack Mountains constitute the larger landform of the two, and they re... More » Geography United States The Northeast

The major landforms in the northeast of North America are the Atlantic coastal plains, Appalachian Mountains, the Adirondack Mountains and natural communities. Each is characterized by distinct geological features and th... More » Science Earth Science Landforms

The landforms in the middle colonies included mountains, rivers forests and the Atlantic coastline. These landforms shaped the economy and culture of the middle colonies. More » Geography United States The Northeast
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