Mexico is roughly three times the size of Texas. As such, it has a wide variety of climates:
North western Mexico has a climate much like that of Southern California.
Northern Mexico is part of the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts, with arid, dry climate.
North eastern Mexico has a plains climate, much like central and south Texas.
Much of central Mexico has rugged terrain, therefore depending on the height the climate varies from grasslands, to plains to pine forests.
Southern and eastern Mexico is composed mostly of tropical forests: on low, coastal regions you can find jungles and wetlands while hilly regions have temperate forests.
There are also many mountains in Mexico, so you can find the cold, dry climates like those found in places such as Utah or Colorado.
Yes. There are natural regions, socioeconomic regions as well as federal states in Mexico.
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Silver is a natural resource of Mexico. It ranks in the top five producers for silver producers.
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Four cultural regions of Mexico are Northern Mexico, Southern Mexico, the Yucatan, and the Central Interior.
There are many types: physical/geographical, bathymetric, roads and railroads, climatic regions, natural resources.
The state of California is divided into four natural regions. These regions are the Coastal, Central, Mountain and Desert regions.
6 main land regions in New Mexico
Geography and socioeconomic factors allow Mexico to be grouped into 5 regions.
Name five basic climate regions
the Maya regions were Mexico and central America
Both. There are regions in Mexico with seasonal snowfalls and you have regions where winter is hardly felt.
Personally i see three regions: North, South, and Abq., Santa Fe area. The four News stations in New Mexico describe it in five regions : South-east, South-west, North-east, North-west, and "the Bowl" also know as Abq. and the surrounding areas.
natural vegetation does Mexico have?
Most of present-day Mexico and the southern regions of Arizona and New Mexico, which were later acquired by the US on the Gadsden Purchase.
there are only 6 main land regions in the state of new mexico
North Mexico South Mexico East Mexico West Mexico New Mexico Old Mexico
The Gulf of Mexico is natural.
Yes. Mexico is a federation which includes 31 states and a federal district; it has six "regions" which include several of these states, conforming areas with common culture, demographics, and economics:Baja CaliforniaNorthern MexicoThe BajioCentral MexicoPacific CoastYucatan Peninsula
The natural regions include the natural vegetation region of mountain alpine forests,tropical forest,rain forest,deserts shrubs,grassland regions,temperate grasslands,marshlands,islands.
Greater Mexico City, Central Interior, Oil Coast, Southern Mexico, Northern Mexico, and The Yucatan are culture regions of Mexico.i hope this helped!
the five regions are southwest...midwest...northeast...west...east
The five major regions are the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum, and coccyx.