Geology, Geography, and Climate


Which of the following describes North Dakota

  • A shallow sea containing sharks and other fish
  • A warm region containing monstrous reptiles
  • Sheets of ice two miles thick
  • Rich farmland, gently rolling hills, and Badlands
  • Land almost as level as a floor
  • Land that has hills
  • A river that is red
  • “Mountains” that are not mountains
  • A Mouse made out of water
  • A dividing line that cannot be seen
  • A stream that is not water
  • 60 degrees below zero
  • 121 degrees above zero
  • Wind as strong as a hurricane
  • Only two to three blizzards per year

So which of the choices above has something to do with the Geology, Geography, and Climate of North Dakota?

Answer: All of them!