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Image Caption: GEOGRAPHY/CARTOGRAPHY: UNITED STATES, TEXAS, DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TRINITY RIVER.
GEOLOGY/HYDROLOGY: CENTRAL SEDIMENTARY PLAINS AND ROLLING TERRAIN..
AGRICULTURE: SCATTERED FIELD PATTERNS, RANGE LANDS.
FORESTRY: SHRUBFORM CHANGING TO DENSE HARDWOOD FORESTS ALONG DRAINAGE RANGE GRASSES.
OCEANOGRAPHY:

Dallas-Fort Worth area as photographed from the Apollo 9 spacecraft during its earth-orbital mission. The superhighways leading out of the two cities are clearly visible. The largest body of water north of Dallas is the Garza-Little Elm Reservoir. Cedar Creek Reservoir is located to the southeast of Dallas. The City of Denton is near left center edge of picture at junction of two highways leading from Fort Worth and Dallas.