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Tundra
a) Cold, Dry, Treeless Plain b) A mostly flat low area of land. c) Human made waterway dug across the land d) Human made waterway dug across the land
Glacier
a) Slow moving sheets of ice b) An area of land that has water border it on three sides c) Human made waterway dug across the land d) Imaginary lines that run east to west and are measured in degrees north and south of the equator.
Basin
a) Low area of land surounded by higher ground b) Differences in elevation c) A mostly flat low area of land. d) A river or stream that flows into a larger river.
Fertile
a) Producing in large amounts. An area of land that produces in large amounts. b) Slow moving sheets of ice c) Cold, Dry, Treeless Plain d) Refuge, to find refuge in a harbor. A refuge for ships.
Erosion
a) Process by which water, wind, or ice wears away land features. b) Low area of land surounded by higher ground c) Producing in large amounts. An area of land that produces in large amounts. d) Areas of Earth with distinctive characteristics that make them different from other areas.
Mountain Range
a) A group of mountains that are arranged in a row. b) Low area of land surounded by higher ground c) Height, an object's height above sea level. d) An area of land that has water border it on three sides
Harbor
a) Refuge, to find refuge in a harbor. A refuge for ships. b) A high area of flat land c) An area of land that has water border it on three sides d) Areas of Earth with distinctive characteristics that make them different from other areas.
Relief
a) Differences in elevation b) A group of mountains that are arranged in a row. c) A river or stream that flows into a larger river. d) Human made waterway dug across the land
Region
a) Areas of Earth with distinctive characteristics that make them different from other areas. b) A large landmass that is mostly surrounded by water c) Refuge, to find refuge in a harbor. A refuge for ships. d) Producing in large amounts. An area of land that produces in large amounts.
Elevation
a) Height, an object's height above sea level. b) A group of mountains that are arranged in a row. c) Refuge, to find refuge in a harbor. A refuge for ships. d) Differences in elevation
Peninsula
a) An area of land that has water border it on three sides b) Human made waterway dug across the land c) Imaginary lines that run east to west and are measured in degrees north and south of the equator. d) Process by which water, wind, or ice wears away land features.
Plateau
a) A high area of flat land b) A group of mountains that are arranged in a row. c) Low area of land surounded by higher ground d) Imaginary lines that run north and south on the map and are measured in degrees east and west of the prime meridian.
Plain
a) A mostly flat low area of land. b) Height, an object's height above sea level. c) A group of mountains that are arranged in a row. d) Slow moving sheets of ice
Tributary
a) A river or stream that flows into a larger river. b) Areas of Earth with distinctive characteristics that make them different from other areas. c) Process by which water, wind, or ice wears away land features. d) Low area of land surounded by higher ground
Canal
a) Human made waterway dug across the land b) Producing in large amounts. An area of land that produces in large amounts. c) A high area of flat land d) Taking an action that occurs between or among more than one person.
Meridians of Longitude
a) Imaginary lines that run north and south on the map and are measured in degrees east and west of the prime meridian. b) An area of land that has water border it on three sides c) A group of mountains that are arranged in a row. d) Producing in large amounts. An area of land that produces in large amounts.
Parallels of Latitude
a) Imaginary lines that run east to west and are measured in degrees north and south of the equator. b) An area of land that has water border it on three sides c) Imaginary lines that run north and south on the map and are measured in degrees east and west of the prime meridian. d) Human made waterway dug across the land
Ocean
a) A large body of salt water b) A large landmass that is mostly surrounded by water c) An area of land that has water border it on three sides d) A high area of flat land
Continent
a) A large landmass that is mostly surrounded by water b) Imaginary lines that run north and south on the map and are measured in degrees east and west of the prime meridian. c) A river or stream that flows into a larger river. d) A large body of salt water
Interact
a) Taking an action that occurs between or among more than one person. b) Imaginary lines that run east to west and are measured in degrees north and south of the equator. c) Process by which water, wind, or ice wears away land features. d) An area of land that has water border it on three sides
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