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Physical Features

QuestionAnswer
narrow stretch of water connecting two larger bodies of water strait
a point of land extending into an ocean, lake, or sea cape
a large sheet of ice glacier
a piece of land bordered by water on three sides peninsula
a broad, flat-topped landform with steep sides all around it mesa
the place where a river begins source
a stream that flows into a larger stream, river, or other body of water tributary
a series of connected mountains mountain range
a large area of level land plain
a deep and narrow river valley with steep walls canyon
a narrow strip of land connecting two larger areas of land isthmus
a chain or cluster of islands archipelago
a large area of flat or rolling land at a higher elevation than the surrounding territory plateau
a narrow, steep-sided valley created by glaciers and filled with seawater fjord
flat, low-lying land built up from silt deposited at the mouth of a river delta
the place where a river ends mouth
a large inland body of water, usually connected to an ocean sea
Created by: rowej78