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Chapter 22

Lesson #2 (pp. 548-551) and Lesson #3 (pp. 552-554)

pass place in the mountains that is low enough for people to pass over
geologist scientist who studies the earth including its rocks and fossils
glacier a slow-moving body of ice
barge large flat-bottomed boat that carries bulky loads
newsprint kind of paper on which newspapers are printed
wood pulp wet, soggy mass of ground-up wood chips which is used to make paper, cardboard, and other products
boom raft made of hundreds of logs roped together to be floated downriver to a pulp or paper mill
inlet small bay
water resource management regulation of fishing and water quality in order to control pollution and preserve the marine environment
asbestos mineral found in long fibers that can be made into paper, cloth, or other products
Created by: kathykretchmer