Definitions
Mapping
Natural Resources
Washington Regions
Agriculture

100

Economic activity with processing materials
What is industry?

100

Lines that run north and south (or top to bottom)
What is longitude?

100

This natural resource covering 23 million acres in WA is replenished by government & private companies by scattering seeds, like the Western Hemlock, from helicopters.
What is timber?

100

This area covers the southwest corner of the state & extends southward into the state of Oregon
What is the coastal range?

100

These 5 vegetables are produced in Washington & exported for trade
What are 1) asparagus, 2) dry beans, 3) dry peas, 4) green peas, & 5) potatoes?

200

An active mountain capable of erupting
What is a volcano?

200

Lines that run from east to west (or side to side)
What is Latitude?

200

Melted snow from the state’s mountain regions provides this resource that Washington industries need to operate
What is water?

200

A plain between the Olympic Mountains and the Coast Range on the west & the Cascade Mountains on the east
What is the Puget Sound Lowlands?

200

These 7 fruits and berries are produced in Washington and exported for trade
What are are 1) apples, 2) apricots, 3) cherries, 4) grapes, 5)pears, 6) plums, & 7) prunes?

300

It divides the east from the west on the 0 degree longitude
What is the Prime Meridian?

300

Whether it’s on the east or west side of the Cascade Mountains this Washington resource is responsible for the able production of agriculture.
What is rich soil?

300

Located east of the Puget Sound Lowlands, they separate the western part of the state from the eastern part
What are the Cascade Mountains?

300

This is Washington’s most important crop
What is....WHEAT! :O)

400

High, leveled ground
What is a plateau?

400

Line that divides the north from the south at 0 degrees latitude
What is the Equator?

400

This is Washington State’s most important natural resource
What is water?

400

Located in the northwest corner of Washington and bordered on the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca & on the west by the Pacific Ocean
What are the Olympic Mountains?

400

These grains are produced in Washington for export and trade
What are 1) barley 2) hops 3) wheat?

500

Land consisting of swamps and marshes
What is a wetland?

500

Draw a compass rose and label it correctly....GO!
What is (insert graphic here, sorry. This website won't let me upload an image.) :O(

500

These are the 4 main reasons why water is an important resource to the state of Washington...
What is 1) Transportation of goods 2) Food 3) Hydroelectricity and 4) Fun!

500

This area covers most of the central & southeastern portion of Washington. It’s surrounded by higher land in Washington, Idaho & Oregon
What is the Columbia Plateau?

500

These berries are produced in Washington for export and trade
What are are 1) blueberries, 2) cranberries, 3) raspberries, & 4) strawberries?