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  1. Name Utah's physiographic provinces, or landforms, of Utah. Understand what geographic features are characteristic of each province.
    1. Geology of Utah
    2. Physical Geography of Utah
    3. The Colorado Plateau
    4. The Great Basin
    5. Bonneville Salt Flats
    6. Uintah Basin

  2. Understand how each geographic landform might facilitate or obstruct human settlement. In which landform would settlement be easier?
    1. All articles in the Land chapter

  3. Do you believe, because of Utah's geography, Utah would be hard or easy to settle? In what ways?
    1. All articles in the Land chapter

  4. In what ways have people in Utah had to adapt to the land they live on?
    1. Colorado River
    2. Wasatch Mountains
    3. Bear River
    4. Green River
    5. Uintah Basin
    6. The Colorado Plateau
    7. The Great Basin

  5. What are the main reasons Utah's mountains are so important?
    1. Wasatch Mountains

  6. What are Utah's drainage systems?
    1. Wasatch Mountains
    2. Colorado River
    3. Bear River
    4. Green River

  7. What is unique about the Great Salt Lake? How has it contributed to life and industry in Utah?
    1. Great Salt Lake

  8. What is Utah's climate? How does it vary throughout the state? How has it affected life and settlement?
    1. Physical Geography of Utah
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