I think, not sure but think and only 90% positive its the Rocky Mountains!
The Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains. [note: between]
It is called the Continental Divide. It is in the Western or Pacific division
The Continental Divide.
Coastal Range. This region also includes rugged mountains :)
they do that so they study little bits at a time.
Ohio is in the "Great Plains" geographic region.
It could be the continental divide, or the Mississippi basin.
I believe that you are talking about ecosystems within biomes.
The Fertile Cresent, which contains countries like Mesopatamia
how many oil wells are there by geographic region
The Continental Divide divides the US into a region where water drains to the east and a region where water drains to the west.
Spain is divided into five geographic regions according to the topography of each region and their climates. The climatic divisions in Spain are oceanic, mountain, continental, Mediterranean and arid.
The Continental Divide divides the region into two large drainage areas. To the east of the Divide, waters, flow to the Arctic Ocean, to the Hudson Bay, or to the Atlantic oceans through the Mississippi River system. To the West, they flow into the Pacific Ocean
The Antarctic Region and the Southern Hemisphere.
Kangaroos are found in the geographic region known as Oceania. The continent of Australia makes up most of this geographic region, and it is the place to which almost all species of kangaroo are native. Tree kangaroos are also native to the island of New Guinea, which makes up the next largest part of the geographic region of Oceania.
It is called middle-latitude region.