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Ch 7 vocabulary-wg

Chapter 7 vocabulary words for World Geography

islandsCoastal islands created from sand deposited by ocean waves and currents in shallow water barrier islands
An area at or near the foot of a mountain region. it stretches from New Jersey to Alabama piedmont
The boundary between the Piedmont and the coastal plain fall line
A lower area of land, generally surrounded by mountains. basins
A place where magma wells up to the surface from Earth's mantle. hot spot
The crest dividing North America's major river systems into those flowing eastward and those flowing westward. Continental Divide
natural hazards Events in the physical enviroment that can destroy human life and property, such as floods, hail, lightening, and tornadoes. natural hazards
Small plants that consist of algae and fungi. lichens
Soils deposited by streams or rivers. alluvial soil
An inexpensive paper used mainly for newspapers. newsprint
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