What are California's mountain region's natural resources?
wood for timber/lumber
No. If you mean climate regions, these depend mostly on altitude, not if they belong to a certain area within those mountain ranges. As of cultural or economic regions, these depend on other factors besides these ranges, such as climate, closeness to certain natural resources or quality of the topsoil.
Spruce and pine are the most common trees in Norway's forests, and deciduous trees, such as birch and ash, are common in the lowlands. In the mountain regions, heather is abundant, as well as low bushes that provide numerous delicious berries. Timber is one of the foremost natural resources. In addition, Norway has tremendous
What is the best explanation of why early colonial North America developed into three distinct regions?
First, the Antarctic Treaty, which governs all land on planet earth south of 60 degrees S, forbids exploitation of all natural resources on the land under its control. Second, while there's lots of speculation about 'resources' in this geography, there is no hard evidence that any natural resources exist in 'profitable' quantities. Third, extracting natural resources from polar regions is challenging and not cost effective. For example, Shell Oil has recently abandoned its efforts in…