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United States/Canada

Tundra Found in the far north, is a cold, dry region that is covered with snow for more than half the year.
Alluvial Soil The fertile topsoil left by a river after a flood.
Province A political division of Canada.
Glacier Huge, slow-moving sheets of ice.
Permafrost A layer of permanently frozen soil.
Fossil Fuel Sources of energy that formed from animal and plant remains.
Prairie Grasslands.
Agribusiness Is a large company that runs huge farms.
Great Lakes The world's largest group of freshwater lakes.
Tributary A stream of river that flows into a larger rivers.
Hydroelectricity Or electric power generated by moving water.
Rocky Mountains The largest mountain system in North America.
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