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SMG 4th Soc Studies

Indiana's Geography and culture chap 1&2

QuestionAnswer
soil for growing crops fertile soil
An area with at least one feature that makes it different from other areas. region
A stream or river that flows into a larger stream or river. tributary
All businesses that make one kind of product or produce one kind of service industry
The height of land above or below sea level. elevation
A mixture of clay, sand, and small stones that make soil very fertile. till
A huge slow-moving mass of ice. glacier
The soil and rock that form earth's surface. lithosphere
The kind of weather a place has over a long period of time. climate
Water that falls to earth's surface as rain, snow, sleet, or hail. precipitation
A long period of time of little or no precipitation. drought
All living things and their environment. biosphere
A system of water below, on, and above Earth's surface. hydrosphere
The growing of crops and raising of farm animals. agriculture
A natural non-living substance. mineral
in the country rural
in the city urban
A human made waterway that connects two bodies of water. canal
Something found in nature that people can use. natural resource
an area of low, flat land plain
Where a place is in relation to other places on earth. relative location
A smaller community near a city. suburb
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