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What is a Strait?
A strait is a narrow waterway that connects two larger bodies of water
What is the highest point in Michigan?
Mount Arvon
What is the largest city in the U.P. ?
Marquette
What are the two longest rivers in Michigan?
Grand River and the Muskegon river
What is a lock?
A lock is like a water elevator for boats to get from one depth of water to another
What is a suburb?
A suburb is a smaller community around a large city
What is the capital of Michigan?
Lansing
What is a tourist?
A person who travels for enjoyment
What is a region?
An area of land with something in common
Name 3 natural resources in Michigan.
salt timber iron ore gas, oil, copper, water
What is a basin?
A low, bowl-shaped area surrounded by higher land
How many inland lakes does Michigan have?
About 11,000
Name the 5 great lakes
Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior
Name a landform in Michigan
hills, mountain, lakes, rivers, valleys
How many continents are there in the world?
7
What is the largest Island in the world?
Australia
What is the population of Michigan?
About 10 million
What is a beringia?
A land bridge
Who is the governor of Michigan?
Jennifer Granholm
What is an archaeologist?
A person who studies people and artifacts from the past