South East United States.
How has population Grown in the South East?
What Is South Eastern United States?
The states that are in the south east of the U.S. are Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, South Carolina, North Caroline, Virginia, West Virginia, and, Texas, and Ohio.
Mangroves are tropical trees that grow in swampy ground along the coastal areas
Bayous are vegetated regions unique to the South include the marshy inlets of lakes and rivers of Louisiana
A Fall Line is the imaginary line between the Appalachian mountains and the Atlantic coastal plains
How have warm climates and rich soil affected vegetation in the South?
What key natural resources have influenced industrial development?
How have changes in the south lead to the growth of Cities?
During the 1970's the Southern population began to grow in a number more than that of any other region of the Country by about 7 million, or about 20 percent. By 1990, the largest places in the US were located in the South. Huston, Dallas, and San Antonio; and by 1995, Texas was the second, next to California for the most populated .