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Travis
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Travis asked in Science & MathematicsGeography · 2 months ago

Is the Western US just sparsely populated desert with no people compared to the populated Eastern US?

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  • Bill-M
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    2 months ago
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    No.   The population of just one city in the West is 22 Million - Los Angles Calif.

  • 2 months ago

    No, the?western U.S. is NOT all desert and it is NOT all sparsely populated. Greater Oklahoma City includes 5 to 20 counties and has one of the largest areas in the U.S outside of of of the northeast and southwest coast's. . Oklahoma has three mountain ranges, 3 Air Force.bases and at least 6 metropolitan areas I'm using Oklahoma City and Tulsa; Ardmore. Pounce Cuty, Enid (AFB)

    , Woodward, Lawton closed to Firt Sill, Army base, and Altus (AFB). The Oklahoma panhandle is semi arid, but it is NOT what I could call a?desert like Arizona with Phoenix and Tucson. . Denver and Corado Springs are large metropolitan areas. . The northwest coast had a temperate rain forest in Washington state and Oregon. It is NOT a desert. 

  • 2 months ago

    Some parts are sparsely populated, but so are some parts of the Eastern States. (but not as many).  

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