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         Alabama Geography:     more books (101)
  1. Historic Indian Towns in Alabama, 1540-1838 by Amos J. Wright Jr, 2003-06-04
  2. Alabama (Rookie Read-About Geography) by Holli Leber, 2004-08
  3. Alabama: The History, Geography, Economics And Civics of an American State by Leah Rawls, Lll Atkins, Harvey H. Jackson, 2004-06-30
  4. Geography of Alabama: Geology of Alabama, Brock Gap, Saint Stephens Meridian, Huntsville Meridian
  5. Alabama: It's History and Geography by Donette Bower, Donald Dodd, et all 2000-06
  6. Alabama Geography Introduction: Decatur County, Alabama, Mobile Bay Jubilee, Choctawhatchee River, Alabama's 9th Congressional District
  7. Twentieth century Alabama: Its history and geography by Patricia H Klein, 1993
  8. The Making of Modern Alabama: State History and Geography by Robert J Norrell, 1993
  9. Resources of southern Alabama;: A statistical guide for investors and settlers, with an exposition of some of the principles of economic geography, (Alabama. [State geologist] Special report) by Roland M Harper, 1920
  10. Tenn Tom Travels Alabama by Dianne Bryars, 1990
  11. Rivers of Alabama by John C. Goodrum, Edward O. Brown III, et all 1968
  12. Geography of Mobile, Alabama: Cemeteries in Mobile, Alabama, Historic Districts in Mobile, Alabama, Neighborhoods in Mobile, Alabama
  13. Geography of Birmingham, Alabama: Birmingham-hoover-cullman Combined Statistical Area
  14. Geography of Montgomery, Alabama: Historic Districts in Montgomery, Alabama, Montgomery Metropolitan Area

1. Alabama: Geography, Maps And Information
Geography and maps of the state of Alabama. Free Psychics. Advertisement. Alabama. Maps Geography and Data
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Infoplease Atlas Map of Alabama
A large and detailed map of the state that includes many cities along with major highways. Blank Outline Map of Alabama
A free blank outline map to print out for educational, school, or classroom use. Merriam-Webster Map of Alabama
A fantastic clear and detailed map along with basic geographic facts from Merriam-Webster. Color Landform Atlas - Alabama
A dramatic and colorful relief map of the state - an outstanding display of the topography. Also includes a large 1895 map of the state. Map of Alabama
A large (432 K) and very detailed map from the PCL Map Collection.
Geography and Data
Infoplease - Alabama A brief state history, famous residents, and a great collection of state facts make this page an excellent resource.

2. Alabama Geography - NETSTATE
Information about Alabama state geography, topography, and climate. Land formations,major rivers, geographic center of Alabama. The Geography of Alabama.





The Geography of Alabama
Click here for a few definitions. Longitude / Latitude Longitude: 84° 51' W to 88° 28' W
Latitude: 30° 13' N to 35° N Length x Width Alabama is 330 miles long and 190 miles wide at its most distant points. Geographic Center The geographic center of Alabama is located in Chilton County , 12 miles SW of Clanton Borders Alabama is bordered by Tennessee on the north, Georgia on the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico on the south and Mississippi on the west. Total Area Alabama covers 52,423 square miles, making it the 30th largest of the 50 states Land Area 50,750 square miles of Alabama are land areas. Water Area 1,673 square miles of Alabama are covered by water. Highest Point The highest point in Alabama is Cheaha Mountain at 2,407 feet above sea level. Cheaha Mountain, from the Creek Indian word meaning "high place" is located in Lineville, Alabama. Visit Cheaha Mountain State Park Lowest Point The lowest point in Alabama is sea level where Alabama meets the Gulf of Mexico. Mean Elevation The Mean Elevation of the state of Alabama is 500 feet above sea level.

3. Alabama Geography Contract Pres
WebQuest an inquiryoriented learning environment that makes good use of the Web. alabama geography Contract. A WebQuest for 4th Grade Alabama History/Geography
Alabama Geography Contract A WebQuest for 4th Grade Alabama History/Geography Designed by Andrea Minear To learn more about Alabama the Beautiful... Click on Photos to find out more Photo ID's Click Here for Introduction Introduction Alabama Geography Contract ... Credits and References
Alabama The Beautiful see the photos Wilson Lock and Dam ~ Florence, Alabama More Info Back Capitol Building ~ Montgomery, Alabama More Info Back Railroad Trestle to Florence Wagon Works ~ Florence, Alabama More Info Back White sands at the Gulf of Mexico ~ Gulf Shores, Alabama Back Mountain overlooking Huntsville ~ Huntsville, Alabama Back Tranquil River Sunset ~ Alabama Back Envigorating River Rapids ~ Sipsey River, Alabama Back
This Geography Contract has been designed as a tool for students of Alabama History to learn more about the state through a variety of interesting lessons.
It consists of 30 activities that are based on the National Geography Standards and Alabama Social Studies Course of Study. The lessons span the 6 learning levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy, incorporate multiple learning styles according to Howard Gardner, and integrate multiple curricular areas including language arts, math, science, social studies and the arts, as well. This web page contains the
for the completed contract activities.

4. Geography And Climate Of The 50 States
Geography and Climate information for each of the 50 states.Category Kids and Teens School Time Science The Earth Weather...... alabama geography Alabama, Alaska geography Alaska, Arkansas geographyArkansas, Arizona geography Arizona, California geography California,
Geography of the 50 States
(For state geographic information, click on the state name or state icon.)
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5. Alabama Geography Course Of Study
ALABAMA COURSE OF STUDY GEOGRAPHY. This onesemester study of geographyin the Seventh Grade emphasizes the knowledge and skills
ALABAMA COURSE OF STUDY: GEOGRAPHY "This one-semester study of geography in the Seventh Grade emphasizes the knowledge and skills necessary to develop a geographic perspective. By the end of this course, students should understand the fundamental physical and human patterns on the Earth's surface as well as the processes that created these patterns. Representative areas of the world should be selected for detailed studies of the content standards. In this course students learn how to apply a geographic perspective to the past, present, and future. This Seventh Grade study of geography supports the study of world history in the Eighth and Ninth Grades as well as the study of U.S. history in the Tenth and Eleventh Grades. The six essential elements of geography are used to organize the content standards. Geographic skills and perspectives ( Geography for Life , 1994) are interwoven throughout the content standards." ( Alabama Course of Study Social Studies , Bulletin 1998, No 18, p. 72.) Geographic Elements The World in Spatial Terms The structuring of geographic information, the ordering of knowledge into real and mental maps, and the spatial analysis of that information.

6. CultureGrams States Edition Alabama Geography
Geography. Alabama is diverse you can find swamps and alligatorsin one place and pinecovered hills and black bears in another.

7. Alabama: Geography
alabama geography. Except for the mountainous section in the northeast(the southern end of the Cumberland Plateau) Alabama is a
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    Alabama: Geography fall line and the coastal plain below. These plains, drained by the Alabama and the Tombigbee rivers and their tributaries, are primarily devoted to agriculture. Montgomery is the capital and Birmingham the largest city of Alabama. Mobile is the state's major seaport. Places of interest in Alabama include Russell Cave National Monument, near Bridgeport, the site of caves that were inhabited almost continuously from 6000 b.c. to a.d. 1650, and Mound State Monument, near Tuscaloosa, the site of numerous early Native American mounds.
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  • 8. Mimi Fearn: Vita: Professional Experience
    Processes and Patterns, Landscape Processes and Patterns, Map Interpretation andDesign, Environmental Earth Science, alabama geography, Biogeography, Field
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    Miriam Lee Fearn
    Associate Professor of Geography

    Department of Earth Sciences

    University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL 36688
    phone (251) 460-6381, fax (251) 461-1487

    Professional Experience:
    May 2001-present
    Associate Professor of Geography, Department of Earth Sciences, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama; Graduate School Faculty Member (January 1999-present); Adjunct in Marine Sciences (May 1999-present)
    Assistant Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama, starting January 1, 1996. Responsible for the following classes on the semester system: Atmospheric Processes and Patterns, Landscape Processes and Patterns, Map Interpretation and Design, Environmental Earth Science, Alabama Geography, Biogeography, Field Work in Geography. On the quarter system: Introduction to Physical Geography, Map and Aerial Photo Interpretation, Environmental Geography, Alabama Geography, Biogeography, Field Work in Geography, and Coastal Geomorphology. Have supervised numerous Directed Studies, Internships, and Adult Interdisciplinary Studies Senior Projects.
    Part-time Instructor, Department of Geology and Geography, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama, September 1993 to December 1995.

    9. University Of Alabama News
    New UA Atlas Offers Historical Information About Alabama Cemeteries. TUSCALOOSA,Ala. The University of alabama geography department recently published the
    Jan. 18, 2000 Contact:
    Carin Charles or Linda Hill
    Office of Media Relations, 205/348-8325
    Craig Remington, 205/348-1536 UA Home
    UA News Home
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    Office of Media Relations
    166 Rose Administration
    Box 870144
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0144 (205) 348-8320 (fax) New UA Atlas Offers Historical Information About Alabama Cemeteries "Cemetery Locations by County" includes information concerning cemetery locations in each county, church affiliation, approximate size of each cemetery, first known interment, common family names and the status of use. Among literally 14,000 cemeteries within the state, numerous sites contain burials of famous persons such as Revolutionary War veterans, politicians and entertainers. Film and TV actor Maxwell Emmett "Pat" Buttram is buried in Maxwell Chapel Cemetery in Winston County. Buttram was Gene Autryís sidekick in over 40 movies and Mr. Haney on the "Green Acres" television program. Alabama football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant and one of Motownís original "Temptations" Eddie James Kendricks are buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Jefferson County. "The atlas is an attempt to capture Alabama history that is rapidly becoming lost," Remington said. "There is a real concern about the destruction of cemeteries across the nation. The atlas is the only book in the United States of its kind."

    10. University Of Alabama News
    will give a break to Southerners who sweltered through last year's drought and recordhightemperatures, predicts a University of alabama geography professor.
    Dec. 15, 2000 UA Home
    UA News Home
    University Relations
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    166 Rose Administration
    Box 870144
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0144
    (205) 348-8320 (fax) Southeast's Winter Predicted Cooler, Drought Not Likely A Problem Next Summer Keep your coats handy. The upcoming winter will bring slightly below average temperatures, while next summer will give a break to Southerners who sweltered through last year's drought and record-high temperatures, predicts a University of Alabama geography professor. Dr. David Shankman, a professor of geography who regularly teaches a climatology class at UA, said the weather in 2001 will not be the newsmaker it was this year. "I expect we'll have a slightly cooler winter ­ nothing extreme," Shankman said. "The drought will not continue through this next summer," he predicted. And while the typical dry spell might pop up during the middle of the year, "we will not have anything near the drought conditions we had this year," he said. "There is no evidence of those specific water temperatures in the Pacific Ocean that would cause those extreme types of weather patterns for the Southeast," Shankman said.

    11. Alabama Public Television Learning
    Alabama Humanities Foundation http// alabama geographyAlliance http//
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    12. Geography Of Alabama - Wikipedia
    Geography of Alabama. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. PhysicalFeatures. The surface of Alabama in the N. and NE, embracing
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Physical Features.
    unite near the S.W. corner of the state, their waters discharging into Mobile Bay by the Mobile and Tensas rivers. The Black Warrior is a considerable stream which joins the Tombigbee from the E. The valleys in the N. and N.E. are usually deep and narrow, but in the Coastal Plain they are broad and in most cases rise in three successive terraces above the stream. The harbour of Mobile was formed by the drowning of the lower part of the valley of the Alabama and Tombigbee rivers as a result of the sinking of the land here, such sinking having occurred on other parts of the Gulf coast. The fauna and flora of Alabama are similar to those of the Gulf states in general and have no distinctive characteristics.

    13. Cemeteries Of Southwest Jefferson County, Alabama
    were designated by the. University of alabama geography Department's. CemeteryLocations by County, 2nd edition, 2000. To order, click on the following link

    14. Geography, Urban And Regional Planning (University Of Alabama Tuscaloosa) Facult
    Geography, Urban and Regional Planning, University of Alabama Tuscaloosa.DESCRIPTION HOMEPAGE n/a. DEPARTMENT ID 1003846 (Last
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    15. Bachelor Programs Offered At Alabama Institutions
    of South Alabama University of West Alabama General Studies in Human EnvironmentalSciences (UA Only) University of alabama geography Auburn University

    16. Welcome To The Alabama Sunrise Region
    This site is a copyright of the Alabama Sunrise District Site Design by CommerceNetworks All maps courtesy of the University of alabama geography Department.
    The fourteen east central counties of Autauga, Calhoun, Chambers, Chilton, Clay, Cleburne, Coosa, Elmore, Lee, Macon, Randolph, Russell, Talladega, and Tallapoosa invite you to see where the sun rises in Alabama! There's much more in the Sunrise Region than meets the eye. A number of special services are also available. Just call us and tell us what you would like to do. For bed and breakfast, hotel/motel accommodations, restaurants, churches, cemeteries, and the current callender of events, call the nearest chamber of commerce. We'll head you in the right direction, and do everything we can to make your stay PERFECT. In addition to local Chamber information, you may call the Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel at 1-800-ALABAMA.
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    All maps courtesy of the University of Alabama Geography Department

    17. Geography Sites
    Miscellaneous Sites Alabama Map and Data Service Alaweb Chat Geography US MiningCo Lake Martin alabama geography More Geography Links The Weather Channel
    General Geography Information Geography Departments World Wide
    Geography Employment Resources

    Yahoo - Science: Geography

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    WWW Virtual Library - Meteorology
    The Association of American Geographers (AAG)

    Geomorphology Specialty Group
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    Political Geography Specialty Group Urban Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) Federal Agencies Bureau of Labor Statistics Federal Geographic Data Committee National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) Marshall Space Flight Center (NASA) ... .S. Fish and Wildlife Service Geography Information Resources (Publications) Civilization Magazine (Library of Congress) Discovery Magazine GIS World Magazine National Geographic Magazine ... Explore the Globe Program Geographic Names Servers GEOnet Names Server - searchable database of place names and features outside the U.S., developed by the National Imagery and Mapping Agency.

    18. About The Author
    active member of the Mississippi Geographic Alliance, I attended the alabama geographyInstitute in 1989 and was hooked on geography education from then on.
    June Hollis
    My name is June Hollis, and this was my first web site. I teach Advanced World Geography at Brandon High School in Brandon, Mississippi. I have taught English and social studies for 25 years at schools in the central Mississippi area including Florence Junior and High Schools, Chastain Junior High, and Pearl Junior High and have been at Brandon for 18 years. It is a wonderful school with wonderful students, faculty, and administration. I am lucky to call it home. I am a HUGE Brandon football fan! I earned my BS in English and History at the University of Southern Mississippi in 1965 and my Masters in Education with emphasis in History from Mississippi State University in 1980. I have earned post-graduate hours in geography and history from the University of North Alabama, University of Missouri at Columbia, California State at Chico, University of West Georgia, Mississippi University for Women, Mississippi State University, and University of Mississippi. In the summer of 1998, I received a Hayes Fulbright grant to study Eastern Europe. Along with fifteen other teachers from Mississippi, I spent five weeks in Prague, Czech Republic and Bratislava, Slovak Republic studying architecture, art, history, literature, government, and other subjects. We traveled extensively throughout the region. This web site is a result of that trip. I hope to be able to post works done by students from anywhere. Please contact me if you are interested in contributing or participating in this project.

    19. UNC-CH Geog: North American Geog Depts-Alabama
    Geography Departments in Alabama. Highest geography degree offered=Bachelor's =Master's =Doctorate Auburn. Auburn University. Florence.
    Geography Departments in Alabama
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    Auburn University
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    Jacksonville State Universtity
    University of South Alabama
    University of Alabama
    Highest geography degree offered: =Bachelor's =Master's =Doctorate
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    20. Action Plan McWane Center
    Program Goals Raise awareness of alabama geography, utilize children to “teach”other children about the geography of Alabama, make a dynamic video of
    Action Plan
    Venue Dates for The Greatest Places:
    TBD, OMNIMAX opens Spring 1998
    Museum Educator:
    Jennifer Ernisse
    Manager of Programs
    Institution Information:
    McWane Center (opens Spring 1998)
    Project Headquarters
    1320 22nd St. South
    Birmingham, AL 35205 Program Title
    The Greatest Places in Alabama - Videodocumentary Program Overview Program Goals: Program Dates:
    9 months before receiving film Time Needed: Our videodocumentary model has used zero funds except for minimal costs for distribution, see funding sources for this project Materials: Videocamera, videotapes, access to video production lab Place: McWane Center, travel to other venues around Alabama Program Audiences: State of Alabama, program development by middle school children Internal Contacts: Myself External Contacts: Geographic Alliance, Board of Tourism and Travel, Statewide Geography teachers Timeline for planning and implementation: 1st three months: Planning, Obtaining funding, Contact teachers for input and guidance 2nd three months: Film and correspond Financial Support: Grant to Alabama Board of Tourism and Travel Evaluation: On-line, student and teacher pre- and post-interviews, videotapes themselves

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