What are the physical features of Mesopotamia?
There are both fertile plateaus and river valleys.
The Human features of Mesopotamia are Silt, (made of rich soil & tiny rocks). Canals (used for irrigation). Irrigation (a way or supplying water to an area of land). Physical features are Tigris & Euphrates River, The Persian Golf, Zargo's Mountains, Fertile Soil, & Syrian, Western, & Eastern desserts!
Discuss the difference in physical landforms and features between northern Mesopotamia and southern Mesopotamia?
The central region of Iraq is defined by Mesopotamia which has arid deserts and two powerful rivers, the Tigris and Euphrates, that allow for irrigated farmland along its banks. Mesopotamia is not especially mountainous or flat and is rather easy to access. Iraq has regions outside of Mesopotamia like the Zagros Mountains in the east, the Kurdish Highlands in the north, and the Anbar Deserts in the west.
The difference between physical and human features is that physical features are features created by nature, e.g. mountains, and the human features are the features that are man-made, such as architecture. In geographical features, I am not sure about child health, physical features describes the land. Human features describes the culture, homes, jobs, etc. of that area.
The physical features of Iraq are diverse and fall into four main regions: the desert (west of the Euphrates), Upper Mesopotamia (between the upper Tigris and Euphrates rivers), the northern highlands of Iraqi Kurdistan and Lower Mesopotamia. The alluvial plain extending from around Tikrit to the Persian Gulf. Syrian Desert (260,000km2), mostly broad plains, reedy marshes along the Iranian border to the south with large flooded areas, mountains along borders with Iran and Turkey, river…