ⓘ Geography of New Jersey

                                     

ⓘ Geography of New Jersey

New Jersey is a state within the United States of America that lies on the north eastern edge of the North American continent. It shares a land border with the state of State of New York along the north, ratified by both states after the New York – New Jersey Line War. New Jersey is slightly larger than the country of Kuwait.

Atlantic ocean-East of the state. It is separated from new York city, in particular, areas of the Bronx and Manhattan in new York on the Hudson river, and from Staten island to murder van Kull and Arthur kill. Liberty island is an exclave of the state of new York in new Jersey waters in upper new York Bay. Ellis island in upper Bay and Shooters island in Newark Bay, each have sections belonging to either of the two States.

In the West of the state of new Jersey is surrounded by Delaware river, which forms the border of Pennsylvania and Delaware Bay that separates new Jersey from Delaware. However, thanks to a Fluke in a colonial land grant for the city of new castle, Delaware is twelve miles round, has a small number of areas adjoining the Delaware in new Jersey. The point of the Finns, piers at Penns grove, new Jersey and the township of pennsville, and artificial island at the tip of a small Peninsula at lower Alloways Creek connected to the district of Salem. A coal pier in Logan township also extends into the river. New jerseys natural regions were formed by glaciers.