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third grade geography terms

a collection of maps atlas
section of ocean partially surrounded by land bay
a line that marks the limits of a country, state, city, or territory boundary
a body of water joining to larger bodies of water channel
the land that runs along the ocean or gulf coast
a triangular section of land at the mouth of a river delta
dry land that gets little moisture desert
an imaginary line around the center of the earth that divides the globe into northern and southern hemispheres Equator
an area of water that is protected by land, an inlet along the coast harbor
half of a sphere, referring to half of the earth hemisphere
land completely surrounded by water island
a narrow strip of land between two bodies of water that joins two larger land areas isthmus
point where a river empties into a larger body of water. mouth
a body of land surrounded by water on three sides peninsula
an area of level, flat land surrounded by steep slopes on several sides plateau
a large area of level or gently rolling grasslands prairie
a region or a part of a country province
a lake that forms behind a dam, made by humans reservoir
the ratio on a map between what is shown and the thing it represents scale
the point at which a river begins source
a narrow waterway that joins two larger bodies of water strait
a river that flows into another river tributary
Created by: kim.tylka