Montes Appalachiani

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Montes Appalachiani
Appalachians
Despectus ex clivis Monte Back Allegheny,? ad orientem spectans, in Montes Appalachianos.
Nationes United States, Canada
Regio Nova Terra,[1][2]

Saint Pierre and Miquelon,
Quebecum, Nova Scotia,
Novum Brunsvicum,Cenomannica,
Nova Hantonia, Mons Viridis,
Massachusetta, Connecticuta,
Novum Eboracum, Pennsilvania,
Terra Mariae, Virginia,
Virginia Occidentalis, Ohium,
Kentukia, Tennesia,
Nova Caesarea, Carolina Meridionalis,
Carolina Septentrionalis, Georgia,
et Alabama

Highest point Mount Mitchell
 - elevation 6 684 ft (2 037 m)
Orogeny Taconic
Period Ordovician

Montes Appalachiani,[3] saepe Appalachiani appellati, sunt vastum montium systema in America Septentrionali situm. Appalachiani creduntur fuisse altissimi in orbe terrarum montes abhinc circa 460 milliones annorum, per Aevum Ordovicianum, Himalaiarum hodiernarum simillimae (sed altiores), cum omnes continentes hodie exstantes coniunctae in forma supercontinentis Pangaeae essent.[4] Appalachiani itinera obstruunt, quia in catena iugorum valliumque invicem positarum consistunt, quae se venientibus in itinere ab oriente ad occidentem opponunt.

Vetus fallitum (fault) a fabricatione viaria prope Harrisburgum Pennsilvaniae, secundum Viam 81 inter civitates (Interstate 81) expositum. Talia fallita sunt in Appalachianis plicatis frequentia.
Reconstructio palaeogeographica regionem Pelvis Appalachianae per aevum Medium Devonianum monstrat.[5]
Glaucomys volans super ramum sedet.
Meleagris gallopavo mas in prato perambulat.
Despectus ex Monte Mitchell. Huic montis, 6684 pedes super maris aequor, in Carolina Septentrionali sito, est altissimum ad orientem Fluvii Mississippi culmen.
Mons Carleton, altissimus in parte Novi Brunsvici Montium Appalachianorum mons.

Quotidiana silvae animalia sunt Ursus americanus, Mephitis mephitis, Procyon lotor, Marmota monax, Felis rufus, Urocyon cinereoargenteus, Vulpes vulpes, et annis recentioribus Canis latrans.

Quotidiana aves silvaticae sunt Meleagris gallopavo silvestris, Bonasa umbellus, Zenaida macroura, Corvus corax, Aix sponsa, Bubo virginianus, Strix varia, Megascops asio, Buteo jamaicensis, Buteo lineatus, et Accipiter gentilis, et variissimi numeri avium canentium (songbirds, Passeriformes), praecipue familiae Parulidarum.


Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "International Appalachian Trail- Newfoundland". Iatnl.ca 
  2. Cees R. van Staal, Mineral Deposits of Canada: Regional Metallogeny: Pre-Carboniferous tectonic evolution and metallogeny of the Canadian Appalachians, apud situm Geological Survey of Canada.
  3. Sunt octo vel plus enuntiationes, secundum tres condiciones:
    1. Whether the stressed vowel is Formula:IPAc-en or Formula:IPAc-en,
    2. Whether the "ch" is pronounced as a fricative Formula:IPAc-en or an affricate Formula:IPAc-en, and
    3. Whether the final vowel is the monophthong Formula:IPAc-en or the diphthong Formula:IPAc-en.
  4. "Geologic Provinces of the United States: Appalachian Highlands Province". USGS 
  5. Blakey, Ron. "Paleogeography and Geologic Evolution of North America". Global Plate Tectonics and Paleogeography. Northern Arizona University 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Libri[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Brooks, Maurice. 1965. The Appalachians: The Naturalist's America. A Lois Darling et Lo Brooks inlustratus. Bostoniae: Houghton Mifflin Company.
  • Caudill, Harry M. 1963. Night Comes to the Cumberlands. ISBN 0-316-13212-8.
  • Constantz, George. 2004. Hollows, Peepers, and Highlanders: an Appalachian Mountain Ecology. Ed 2a. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.
  • Hayes, C. W.. "The Southern Appalachians." National Geographic Monographs, vol. 1.
  • Semple, Miss E. C. 1903. American History and Its Geographic Conditions. Bostoniae.
  • Weidensaul, Scott. 2000. Mountains of the Heart: A Natural History of the Appalachians. Fulcrum Publishing. ISBN 1-55591-139-0.
  • Willis, Bailey. "The Northern Appalachians." National Geographic Monographs, vol. 1.

Diurna de floris faunisque Appalachianis[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Coordinata: 40°00′N 78°00′W / 40°N 78°W / 40; -78

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