Structure and Functions of Deer
Central Texas is generally hilly with many rivers flowing through it bellow the numerous hills. It experiences the semi-arid type of climate. The climate is characterized by hot summers and cool winters. The area is subjected to huge and rapid fluctuations of temperatures during the changes in summer and winter seasons. The temperature can drop to 50 and 60 degrees within a period of 12 hours. There is a time when the temperature goes below 0F though the average temperature according to the U.S climate data is 69.4F. This usually happens twice a year. Most precipitation occurs in between April and September. The annual precipitation on average is 34.25 inches with an average snowfall of 15.6 inches.
Central Texas is endowed with a number of natural resources. They include the fossil fuel which takes part in the oil production, the limestone which is a raw material for the cement industries. There are also deposits of iron-ore in the region and the byproducts of the animals to be specific the Bat guano (John, 2011).