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chapter 2-3 final

final exam notes

TermDefinition
bay part of a large body of water that extends into the shoreline
channel wide strait or waterway between two landmasses that lie close to each other
climate usual predicatble patternn of weather over along period of time
current moving streams of waterin the worlds oceans; affects climate
drought long periods of extreme dryness and water shortage
elevation height above sea level
landform individual features of the land
gulf part of large body of water that enstends inland; larger than bay
habor a shealtered place along a shorline where ships can anchor safely
hurrican violent tropical strom with high winds and heavy rainfall
island land completely surrounded by water
lake a sizeable inland body of water
high latitude climate cold climate lies from 60 degrees north to the north pole and from 60 degrees south to the south pole
highland climate
Created by: mykaela72