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A place where a plant or animal lives
a) natural resources
b) humus
c) habitat
d) desertification

any material in nature that people use and value
a) natural resources
b) renewable resources
c) nonrenewable resources
d) fossil fuels

natural resources that the Earth replaces over time
a) natural resources
b) renewable resources
c) nonrenewable resources
d) hydroelectric power

A group of plants and animals that depend on each other for survival and their environment.
a) ecosystem
b) deforestation
c) extinct
d) desertification

the spread of desertlike conditions
a) permafrost
b) deforestation
c) reforestation
d) desertification

found in high latitudes, cold all year, long winters and short summers
a) savanna
b) tundra
c) steppe
d) highland

wide range of temperature and precipitation depending on elevation
a) savannah
b) tundra
c) steppe
d) highland

permanently frozen soil
a) permafrost
b) deforestation
c) reforestation
d) desertification

Clearing trees to make room for homes, businesses or farmland
a) permafrost
b) deforestation
c) reforestation
d) desertification

semidry grasslands or prairies
a) savanna
b) tundra
c) steppe
d) highland

non renewable resources that are formed from the remains of ancient plants and animals
a) natural resources
b) renewable resources
c) nonrenewable resources
d) fossil fuels

The side of the mountain that faces the wind receives the most moisture while the other side gets mainly dry air.
a) ocean currents
b) fronts
c) monsoon
d) rain shadow effect

warm all year, tall grasses and scattered trees grow there.
a) savanna
b) tundra
c) steppe
d) highland

seasonal winds that bring either dry or moist air
a) ocean currents
b) fronts
c) monsoon
d) rain shadow effect

Two air masses of different temperatures and moisture content meet and can cause storms
a) ocean currents
b) fronts
c) monsoons
d) rain shadow effect

large streams of surface seawater
a) ocean currents
b) fronts
c) monsoons
d) rain shadow effect

decayed plant or animal matter
a) weather
b) prevailing winds
c) climate
d) humus

A region's average weather conditions over a long period.
a) weather
b) prevailing winds
c) climate
d) humus

Movement of air that blows in the same direction over large areas of Earth
a) weather
b) prevailing winds
c) climate
d) humus

The short term changes in the air for a given place and time
a) weather
b) prevailing winds
c) climate
d) humus

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