What are the uses of plateau?
A plateau is an elevated landform with a flat top. The uses of a plateau were for catching fish by using dip nets or spears, The plateau were used mainly by hunters and gatherers for finding food.
There are six plateaus in Arizona. The Coconino Plateau is found south of the Grand Canyon. The Datil-Mogollon Section is part of the larger Colorado Plateau. The Defiance Plateau is a 75-mile long stretch of plateau in Apache County. The Kaibab Plateau is located in northern Arizona. The Kanab Plateau is north of the Grand Canyon. The Mogollon Plateau is a pine-covered southern plateau section of the larger Colorado Plateau in east-central Arizona.