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What are the six states that make up the New England States?
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut
What are the mildest parts of New England?
along the coastline
What is an upland?
high land
What is temperature extreme?
the highest and lowest temperature
What are two main features of the New England landscape?
coastline and mountains
What are the coldest parts of New England?
the mountains and the northern areas
What is a promontory?
high rocky land that juts out into the sea along a coastline
What is the Long Island Sound?
The long, wide stretch of water that runs between Long Island and main land United States (mostly next to Connecticut)
What is upland?
high land
What is a sound?
a long, wide stretch of water connecting two larger bodies of water or seperating a main body of land from an island
Name two factors that affect New England's Climate?
the mountains
the Atlantic Ocean
and the northern location