Map of usa
The Mississippi River combines with the Missouri River to form the fourth longest river system in the world.
Of the five great lakes, Lake Superior, Huron, Erie and Ontario are shared by the USA and Canada and only Michigan lies entirely in the US Map.
The highest point in the USA is Mount McKinley in Alaska, which is 6,194 meters high. The lowest point is the Death Valley in California which lies 86 meters below sea level.
The USA has more diverse ecosystems than any other nation in the world.
Iconic flora of the USA includes the Prairie grass, the Giant Redwood of California and the Giant Saguaro cacti in the US deserts.
United States Map
Alaska's coastline is longer than the coastlines of all other states combined.
The United States Map has 59 officially-designated National Parks spread over the 50 states
In general terms, there are four seasons in the US – spring (April to June), summer (July to September), fall (October to December), and winter (January to March).This topographical relief map shows elevations and depressions representing mountains, hills and valleys by shades of color. This one displays color relief for the 48 states of the continental United States.In general terms, the continental United States Map is dissected by a vast central plain (the Great Plains) from just west of the Great lakes, south to the Gulf of Mexico. The western third of the country is covered by the massive Rocky Mountain system and many other mountains ranges and hills.
In the east the much-lower Appalachian Mountains and its assorted ranges front a broad coastal plain that stretches from the far-northeast to the southern Texas coastline on the Gulf of Mexico.
That coastal plain of the southern and southeastern US Map extends to the continental shelf and is generally characterized by level (flat) land with assorted mixed forests. The coastal areas include bayous, deltas, marshes, mud flats and swamps..