Zombie Geography

The 3 Regions

Geography Project

This project was assigned to me by Mr. Straka from the 6th Grade. We had to show what we learned about the regions of North America by choosing 3 regions and creating a "Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide" to show why it would or wouldn't be a good place to be during the Zombie Apocalypse.

Basin and Range


The Basin and Range Region is a remote area. It changes in elevation quite a few times. It has the lowest point in America in the range. Has very flat land. Few water sources and has plants that can survive without water. e.i. Cacti




If zombies try to attack, you can throw the cacti at them. But if there aren't any, or you want to live then you'll die because there is no water. And you need water and food supply to survive.

Rocky Mountains


The Rocky Mountains stretch more than 3,000 miles. From British Columbia, in western Canada to New Mexico in the southern part of the United States. Vast forests, part is drastically larger in comparison to the Interior Plains.




To become safe you have to climb the mountain, if they're chasing you then you might just be out of luck. But, if you do make it up (doesn't have to be all the way) you might not be found. There might also be some up there, if there are you probably won't be able to climb down in time. You might just be safe because of how large it is and wide it streches, you never know.

Appalachian Highlands


The Appalachian Mountains extend from Canada to northeastern Alabama. It's the continents oldest mountain range. Has soft, gentle land, doesn't have huge outstanding peaks, crests, valleys and forests.




Might still be eaten but can hide in a forest or along a valley.

Which one will you choose?

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How to decide on choosing a good place to be during a zombie apocalypse

Supplies to find/bring

  1. A flashlight
  2. Map of the area you're in
  3. Water
  4. Food (easy to prepare)
  5. First Aid Kit
  6. Battery-powered or hand crane radio (NOAA weather radio if possible)
  7. Extra cash
  8. Copies of personal documents
  9. Medications (7 day supply and medical dispensers)
  10. Emergency Blanket, extra clothes, sleeping bag (1 per person)
  11. Sanitation/personal hygiene items and bleach
  12. Multipurpose supplies (wrench, pliers, plastic sheet, duct tape, scissors, matches)
  13. Cell phone with charger

Survival "Game Plan"

  • First and foremost, make a survival kit
  • Gather medication that you'd need just-in-case (there probably wouldn't be a ton of stores open
  • Have your documents so people can identify you (also for other important things)
  • Create an evacuation route
  • Lock all windows and doors just-in-case

About the Author

Hello, my name is Bryanne. That's a picture of James Franco.. Okay, bye!