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For our first stop we are at the Tibet-Qinghai plateau,the plateau is in southeast china .This part of china is called the"Roof of the world"because the elevation from sea level is 13500 feet. The area around it is very rocky and filled with mountains.The plateau covers a very large part of china.
For our second stop we are at the Taklimakan the most dangerous desert in the world.The is very windy and gets a lot of sandstorms.The desert covers 150,00 square miles.
For our 3 stop we are at the Goie desert,the gobie desert is 500,000 square miles and is in Mongolia and most of china. The surface of the desert is full of rocks and peblies. Like most other deserts the Gobie does not have a lot od sand duinse. In the Gobie Desert most of the plants are small and far apart.
For our fourth stop we are at the Nothesastern Plains. The Notheatern Plains is located in Mongolia and is very flat with rolling hills. In the Notheatern Plains the most natural vegatation that is grown is prairie grass. The climate in the Northeastern Plains has short warm summers and dry and cold winters.
The Nother China Plains is our fifth stop our journey. The terrain is very flat and has a lot of grass land. The climate is very cold in the winter and warm in the summer. The Yellow River flows through the nothern plains and is one of the largest rivers in the world.
for our final stop we are at the chang jiang basins in China. The area is low and and wet.The river that flows through the Basins is very large and the water is high. In the Basins is is very wet and warm.
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