[2015] Ted Rosenfeld (4th Gr. Room 109 2014-15): Appalachian Mountains

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[2015] Ted Rosenfeld (4th Gr. Room 109 2014-15): Appalachian Mountains

The Appalachian Mountains Have you ever climbed some of the oldest and some of the tallest mountains in the world? Well, welcome to the Appalachian mountains friend. Here you will witness earth’s true beauty and wonderful creation. Do you have any questions about the mountains’ size? Did you know that it crosses over more than 5 states? What about its creatures and wildlife conservations? Waterfalls? Did you know that these mountains provide abundant resources for the area? Have you ever noticed that there are no public jobs in the appalachians? Even though, they don’t have public jobs there you may still want to consider staying there for a vacation, It is known for its quality hiking trails. As well as their beautiful and highly elevated views and all natural hubs. The appalachians are a great place to go.How long are the mountains?Good question my traveler, The mountains average up to be about 2,500 miles long and run through fourteen states !. Next on the tour we will be learning about additional geography facts.et my young traveler, if not, why don’t we review the hiking trails and huts of the new hampshire region.Hiking trails and hubs for the region of the Appalachians The Appalachian mountains have a variety of huts and hiking trails. One of the most famous trails in New hampshire is the Franconia ridge, It was created in 1932 along with all the other trails completed in the New hampshire appalachian region. As a result of the completed hiking trails, three huts were built: the misty hut, the mitzva hut and the one said to be haunted by ghost Joe Cloughl, the acorn hut. Huts have been an appalachian tradition for over 50 years.Along with the traditions of hiking, there has been an economical down slide with the population of tourists. Therefore, with only 10% of the tourists left, the mountains are losing the amount of money for industries they collect each year. Hopefully we can solve that problem my young traveler or the profits will decrease for appalachia. Which is seeming to be very controversial for citizens.Interesting facts and fun factsLightning strikes the mountains 2,003 times a year approximatelyMount mitchell is the tallest of the mountains reaching 8,979feet tall at summit.the mountains are most famous in new Hampshire because of the elevation.How it got its nameThe mountains derives its name from an indian tribe the appalachees. These are two intersting facts about the Appalachian mountains. You can learn more by visiting these spectacular mountains.recovery. The mountains in the Appalachians are why they are so successful in mining and the abundant natural resourcesGeography facts:The mountains are mostly supported by sedimentary rocks which are limestone, cobblestone, e.t.cMost of the conservation sites consist of foreign animals that were brought to america by dutch immigrantsThe mountains have awesome views from open areasInteresting facts and fun factsLightning strikes the mountains 2,003 times a year approximatelyMount mitchell is the tallest of the mountains reaching 8,979feet tall at summit.the mountains are most famous in new Hampshire because of the elevation.ConclusionThe mountains are very important to the ecosystem because they provide fossil fuels, natural resources and provides the animals with food and a shelter. Along with those details they are famously known for their hiking young traveler, making them a great place to enjoy the views and learn about how fascinating they really are. Here are some facts about the mountain’s aspects. The mountains are known for petroleum, coal, gasoline and ironl. How it got its nameThe mountains derives its name from an indian tribe the appalachees. These are two intersting facts about the Appalachian mountains. You can learn more by visiting these spectacular mountains. Geography: Have you ever wondered how the mountains were formed or how long they are? Well these are the answers to your questions The mountains were formed over 285 billion years ago isn’t that impressive. Here is the geography and topography, my young traveler. Listen up! The Mountains were formed by limestone in carbonate platforms then once the amount of atmospheric oxygen plummeted to a staggering 30 percent, The mountains sprang to life. The mountains had fifteen percent less oxygen during the pennsylvanian era but once the mississippian era began it was above thirty.Finally, these eras were close to over, the mountains started to erode. “I know traveler, I know, Its crazy but don’t get over excited because the mountains were resurrected multiple times. “ Therefore, the mountains were supported by sedimentary rocks created by hydrogen and minerals.How long are the mountains?Good question my traveler, The mountains average up to be about 2,500 miles long and run through fourteen states !. Next on the tour we will be learning about additional geography facts.Geography factsThe mountains are mostly supported by sedimentary rocks which are limestone, cobblestone, e.t.cMost of the conservation sites consist of foreign animals that were brought to america by dutch immigrantsThe mountains have awesome views from open areasThey were named as their own region in 1902The appalachian mountain poverty rating in 1960 was over thirty percent and now it is less than 20% because in 2008, the national wildlife conservation donated 3,000,000,000 to the Appalachian mountains. Are you interested yet my young traveler, if not, why don’t we review the hiking trails and huts of the new hampshire region.Hiking trails and hubs for the region of the Appalachians The Appalachian mountains have a variety of huts and hiking trails. One of the most famous trails in New hampshire is the Franconia ridge, It was created in 1932 along with all the other trails completed in the New hampshire appalachian region. As a result of the completed hiking trails, three huts were built: the misty hut, the mitzva hut and the one said to be haunted by ghost Joe Cloughl, the acorn hut. Huts have been an appalachian tradition for over 50 years.Along with the traditions of hiking, there has been an economical down slide with the population of tourists. Therefore, with only 10% of the tourists left, the mountains are losing the amount of money for industries they collect each year. Hopefully we can solve that problem my young traveler or the profits will decrease for appalachia. Which is seeming to be very controversial for citizens.Interesting facts and fun factsLightning strikes the mountains 2,003 times a year approximatelyMount mitchell is the tallest of the mountains reaching 8,979feet tall at summit.the mountains are most famous in new Hampshire because of the elevation.ConclusionThe mountains are very important to the ecosystem because they provide fossil fuels, natural resources and provides the animals with food and a shelter. Along with those details they are famously known for their hiking young traveler, making them a great place to enjoy the views and learn about how fascinating they really are. Here are some facts about the mountain’s aspects. The mountains are known for petroleum, coal, gasoline and ironl. How it got its nameThe mountains derives its name from an indian tribe the appalachees. These are two interesting facts about the Appalachian mountains. You can learn more by visiting these spectacular mountains.

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The mountains are very important to the ecosystem because they provide fossil fuels, natural resources and provides the animals with food and a shelter. Along with those details they are famously known for their hiking young traveler, making them a great place to enjoy the views and learn about how fascinating they really are. Here are some facts about the mountain’s aspects. The mountains are known for petroleum, coal, gasoline and iron.

Geography: Have you ever wondered how the mountains were formed or how long they are? Well these are the answers to your questions The mountains were formed over 285 billion years ago isn’t that impressive. Here is the geography and topography, my young traveler. Listen up! The Mountains were formed by limestone in carbonate platforms then once the amount of atmospheric oxygen plummeted to a staggering 30 percent, The mountains sprang to life. The mountains had fifteen percent less oxygen during the pennsylvanian era but once the mississippian era began it was above thirty.Finally, these eras were close to over, the mountains started to erode. “I know traveler, I know, Its crazy but don’t get over excited because the mountains were resurrected multiple times. “ Therefore, the mountains were supported by sedimentary rocks created by hydrogen and minerals.How long are the mountains?Good question my traveler, The mountains average up to be about 2,500 miles long and run through fourteen states !. Next on the tour we will be learning about additional geography facts.

mountains have a variety of huts and hiking trails. One of the most famous trails in New hampshire is the Franconia ridge, It was created in 1932 along with all the other trails completed in the New hampshire appalachian region. As a result of the completed hiking trails, three huts were built: the misty hut, the mitzva hut and the one said to be haunted by ghost Joe Cloughl, the acorn hut. Huts have been an appalachian tradition for over 50 years.Along with the traditions of hiking, there has been an economical down slide with the population of tourists. Therefore, with only 10% of the tourists left, the mountains are losing the amount of money for industries they collect each year. Hopefully we can solve that problem my young traveler or the profits will decrease for appalachia. Which is seeming to be very controversial for citizens.

Mining economy MIning industries for the mountains:In the Appalachians mining has always been a huge success. They have made huge profits throughout the 20th century making up to 67% of the profits an average american worker[which is 120,000 a year]. Unfortunately, since their new approach to mining, [mountaintop removal],. consumes the amount of money miners receive each year because they would’ve had to pay for the explosives. The process of mountaintop removal consists of explosives/ dynamite and rigged platforms at the top of the mountain. Then the miners explode the top and collect the fossil fuels that make up the mountain such as coal and stone. There have been controversial protests because of the mountain top mining. As a result of the protests Obama care has donated one billion dollars in mountain recovery. Geography: have nyou ever wondered how the mountains were formed or how long they are? Well these are the answers to your questions The mountains were formed over 285 billion years ago isn’t that impressive. Here is the geography and topography, my young traveler. Listen up! The Mountains were formed by limestone in carbonate platforms then once the amount of atmospheric oxygen plummeted to a staggering 30 percent, The mountains sprang to life. The mountains had fifteen percent less oxygen during the pennsylvanian era but once the mississippian era began it was above thirty.Finally, these eras were close to over, the mountains started to erode. “I know traveler, I know, Its crazy but don’t get over excited because the mountains were resurrected multiple times. “ Therefore, the mountains were supported by sedimentary rocks created by hydrogen and minerals.

Geography FactsThe mountains are mostly supported by sedimentary rocks which are limestone, cobblestone, e.t.cMost of the conservation sites consist of foreign animals that were brought to America by Dutch immigrants.The mountains have awesome views from open areas.They were named as their own region in 1902.The Appalachian Mountain poverty rating in 1960 was over thirty percent and now it is less than 20% because in 2008, the national wildlife conservation donated 3,000,000,000 to the Appalachian mountains.


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