The states that are included in the northeast are Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Other states are Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
The nine states the U.S. Census Bureau designates as the Northeast region are Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. The states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont are considered part o
Some facts about the Northeast region of the United States are that it is made up of 11 states, six of its states are collectively called the "New England States," and its climate varies by season. Also, Washington, D.C. is considered part of the region.
Natural resources found in the Northeast United States include rocks like granite and foods like maple syrup. Other natural resources include grains and animals.
The northeast trade winds are prevailing winds in the Northern Hemisphere at approximately 30 degrees latitude, which have the ability to quickly propel a ship across the ocean. In the Southern Hemisphere, at 30 degrees South Latitude, winds blow from the southeast, creating the southeast trade wind
The changing tilt of Earth on its axis causes days to become shorter and nights to become longer during winter, and the tilted hemisphere is colder due to the sun hitting the Earth at an oblique angle. North of the equator, winter occurs when the northern hemisphere tilts away from the sun, while th
Winter is approximately 3 months long — at least by the calendar. Officially, winter begins on the winter solstice and ends on the spring equinox.
The mountain range located in the northeastern region of India is the Himalayas. Its name is of Sanskrit origin, meaning "abode of snow."
The Northeast Monsoon is a season running from October to December in parts of India. It is a season with major rainfall activity in those areas.
Prominent landforms in the Northeast region of the United States include the Appalachian Mountains and three smaller mountain chains. These mountain chains include the Adirondack Mountains, White Mountains and the Green Mountains.