Low Lands (I)

Geography SSS1 Second Term


Low Lands (I)

Performance Objectives

Students should be able to learn:

  1. Plains 
  2. Valleys
  3. Coastal areas
  4. Characteristics of plains, valleys and coastal areas


Definition of Plains

Plains are an extensive area of level or gently undulating land, usually a few meters above sea level.

Types of plains

Based on the mode of formation, there are three major types of plains. These are

  1. Structural Plains are relatively undisturbed horizontal surface of the earth, formed by bedded sedimentary rocks. Examples include the Russia platform and the Great Plains of the U.S.A
  2. View More

Subscribe now to gain full access to this lesson note

Take Me There

Click here to gain access to the full notes.