Where is the Cordillera? The Cordillera is found in B .C parts of yukon, Alberta and the North West Tarritories.
What does the Cordillera look like? The Cordillera has lots of Mountains, hills, plateaus and water systems. The Cordillera also has the Columbia Mountains, Coast Mountains, lakes, rivers and interior plateaus. Interior plateaus are flat land.
What Natural Resources are found in the Cordillera? The natural resources found in the Cordillera are mining, ranching, hunting, fruit farming, forestry, fishing and hydroelectricity. People go to forest and cut down trees and take it to a place and turn the trees in to paper, pulp, plywood, cellophane, carboard, cartons and furniture. Another natural reasorse is hydroelectricity.Hydroelectrcity is made by water dams. Water dams make electricity. The people mine for gold, coal, copper, absestos, zink, silver, lead, sand and gravel get mined in the Cordillera. Another natural resource is fishing. People fish for salmon, halibut, herring and shellfish. Another natural resource is fruit farming. Fruit farmers in the Cordillera mostly grow apples, pears, plums, cherries, peaches, apricots and grapes are grown or made in the Cordillera.
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