Assess the topography and climate of the United States in terms of farm development.

North America occupies almost half the globe from north to south. On this continent there are all climatic zones, except for the equatorial. In the west are the high mountain ranges of the Cordillera, in the east are the lower mountains of the Appalachian Mountains. The middle part of the mainland is flat. The plains of the temperate and subtropical zones are suitable for growing a variety of crops. In North America, there are many forests that provide valuable wood. Coal, gold, mercury, non-ferrous metals lie in the mountains. There are oil and natural gas fields. This contributes to the development of metallurgy and engineering, the fuel industry.

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