By Cheryl L Defries

This booklet serves as an creation and evaluate of the seven usual wonders of the us. It discusses what number of those marvels were created over thousands of years. Glaciers, water, ice, wind, erosion and the stream of the earth's plates have produced them.

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Yellowstone is the home of hot springs, waterfalls, and a geyser called Old Faithful. The four largest volcanoes on earth are located on the big island of Hawaii. They are Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai, and Kohala. Mauna Loa, in fact, is the largest active volcano in the world. California has the La Brea and McKittrick tar pits, which contain numerous preserved fossils. Canada is home to the Bay of Fundy. This is the place that has the largest tides in the Atlantic Ocean. As you can see, splendid natural wonders can be found throughout the United States and Canada.

5 Continuing environmental problems being addressed by the National Park Service are fire, air quality that is affected by industrial pollution outside the park, water quality, and tourism. com, a division of Getty Images. All rights reserved. An aerial view of the Mississippi River as it flows through Iowa The Mississippi River has a major impact on the economy and ecology in North America. Commercially, it is one of the world’s busiest rivers. In 1988, Congress created the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area to protect this national treasure.

The Grand Canyon is in Arizona. The Canadian province of Ontario and the state of New York share the Niagara Falls, and the Mississippi River passes through ten states. These seven natural wonders are all different, but they share something in common. They are majestic works of art, shaped by natural forces, seen and unseen by humans. The United States and Canada are filled with natural wonders. We chose the seven that seemed to be the most famous and most studied. However, there are many more.

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