Missouri can be separated into four landforms: the Osage Plains, the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, the Dissected Till Plains and the Ozark Plateau. The Osage Plains are in the western portion of the state, the Ozark Platea... More »

Famous landforms around the world include the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Niagara Falls, Mount Everest, the Dead Sea and the Uluru. Mount Everest has the highest elevation on Earth, towering at 29,029 feet above... More »

Two excellent sources for free landform images are Kidzsearch.com and NASA Geomorphology from Space, disc.gsfc.nasa.gov. Both sources include an extensive array of images derived from aerial photography or from space. Co... More »

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The Ozark Plateau is located in the central United States in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Very little of the plateau is located in Kansas, but there is a considerable amount in each of the other three states. More »

Missouri rests in the Midwestern region of the United States. Missouri is bordered by Iowa to the north, Illinois to the east, Kentucky and Tennessee to the southeast, Arkansas to the south and Oklahoma and Kansas to the... More »

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Landforms in Illinois include prominent lakes, including Lake Michigan, the Mississippi River, Shawnee Hills region and the American Corn Belt. Illinois contains primarily flat lands, making it ideal for large-scale agri... More »

The landforms of the American Midwest are the Great Plains, Central Lowlands, Mississippi River and Great Lakes. Much of the Midwest is made up of flat land. More »