Description: The Physical map of Arkansas showing major geographical features such as rivers, lakes, mountains, topography and land formations.
Arkansas is the 30th largest state in the United States of America as it covers an area of 135,765 square kilometers. It is a state located in the southeastern part of the country. The state is landlocked and shares no coastlines.
The physiology of the state is very diverse as it showcases mountains, plains, river valleys, lakes and forests. The mountainous regions in the country are known as the Ozarks. It contains many ranges and peaks. The longest and highest range is known as the Boston Range.
The state is also well watered by many rivers and manmade lakes. The Mississippi is the longest and most important river in the state. Other rivers include the Buffalo National River, White River, Arkansas River, Saline River and St. Francis River. The lakes include Beaver Lake, Lake Hamilton and Table Rock Lake.
The northwestern part of the country is characterized by the southern half of the Ozarks which is constituted by the high Boston Range and the gradually rising Springfield Plateau. These mountainous regions are heavily forested. Mount Magazine is the highest peak in the State. The northeastern part of the state is known as the Arkansas Delta which lies by the banks of the Mississippi River. It is generally fertile, flat and swampy.
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