The three land forms are Brazos River, Davis Mountains and Galveston Island.
The Brazos River is found originating at a confluence involving salt folk and Double Mountain folk, which are found near to the Eastern boundary of the Stonewall County (Brazos River Authority).
Davis Mountains extends a sixty mile distance in a V shape, from north to west of the central Jeff Davis County. The port to the southeast is found at Fort Davis (Texas State Historical Association.).
Galveston Island is a barrier Island which is found located at the Gulf coast of the United States with 50 miles being found at the southeast of Houston. This entire Island excluding Jamaica Beach, is found located within the city limits of Galveston city in the Galveston County (The University of Texas At Austin).
Davis Mountains was formed from Cenozoic Era volcanoes. These volcanoes were built over a period of time. It was after 35 million years that the resistant masses, found located in between one of the two calderas that gave birth to these mountains (Texas State Historical Association.).
Galveston Island is formed from waves and the currents which swept sand into ridges. Eventually the ridges ended up merging to form the Island (The University of Texas At Austin).
The Brazos River forms at one of the confluences found at the upper forks where we have it originating from the Salt and Double Mountain (Brazos River Authority).
The Brazos River contains alluvium aquifer, which have the potential of becoming extremely beneficial in the future with the increasing demand of water statewide (Brazos River Authority).
The Davis Mountain has rich biodiversity, which makes it unique in West Texas; by preserving it, it will be of much help for the generation to come especially in the tourist industry (Texas State Historical Association.).
The Galveston Island holds the potentiality of bringing a lot of money to the area in the future especially through charging people who come to see the Island (The University of Texas At Austin).