Tagged : Florida topography

There are currently 1 blog entries matching this tag.

 

Most people when they think of Florida think of white beaches and the sparkling blue waters off the Atlantic Ocean. These sentiments are an accurate description of a part of Florida, South Florida.  The Sunshine State actually is scattered with diverse topography. Florida is part of the “Atlantic-Gulf Coastal Plain” which occupies much of the eastern and southeastern states.

The peninsula of Florida is essentially flat terrain.  Much of the land in Florida is barely above sea level. The highest point in the state is hilltop up in the panhandle.  It is only 345 feet above sea level in Walton County. Most of the state is low lying and level.  Much of Florida has an elevation of less than 12 feet.  Interestingly, no point in the state is more than 70

5,420 Views, 0 Comments.