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chapter 2 Study Guid

Lessons 1 & Major Mountains and Rivers

QuestionAnswer
The weather over a period of time and may be warm or cold, wet or dry. Climate
Often hot during the day and cooler at night. They are dry and have fewer plants than wetter places. Desert
The way wind and water wear away the land, bit by bit. Erosion
The study of people, places, and the earth. Geography
The shape or feature of the earth's surface. A Landform
Many people live on plains because They can farm
What is the landform between mountains or hills called? Valley
Many people live near oceans, rivers, or lakes because they can be used for travel and fishing, business, and fun.
Which river is the largest in the United States? Mississippi River
Are the Appalachian Mountains in the eastern or western part of the United States? Western
Compare and Contrast a river and a lake. They both have fresh water. The lake has land all around it. A river is a large stream of water that runs into a lake or ocean.
Name three forces of erosion. Wind, Glaciers, and Water
Created by: Mrs. Lowe