ⓘ Geography of North Dakota
The Geography of North Dakota consists of three major geographic regions: in the east is the Red River Valley, west of this, the Missouri Plateau. The southwestern part of North Dakota is covered by the Great Plains, accentuated by the Badlands. There is also much in the way of geology and hydrology.
North Dakota is about 340 miles 545 miles from East to West and 211 miles, 340 km from North to South, with a total area of 70.704 183.123 km2 square miles, making it the 19th largest of the 50 U.S. States. About 2.4% of the area of North Dakota is covered by water.