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land form practice

Plain A generally flat and large area of land
Tributary A stream that flows into a larger stream or other body of water
Glacier a large, long-lasting river of slow-moving ice on land
Strait a narrow channel of water connecting two larger bodies of water
Island an area of land completely surrounded by water
Peninsula A piece of land that projects into a body of water and is connected with the mainland by an isthmus
Plateau considered an elevated plain, plateaus are a flat highland with one steep face
Isthmus a large, long-lasting river of slow-moving ice on land
Delta land formed by layers of sand, silts and small rocks which flow downstream and are deposited at the mouth of the river
Floodplain A plain bordering a river and subject to flooding
Rift a shallow or rocky part in a stream
Archipelago a group of islands or a cluster of islands usually found in the open sea
Bog An area of soft, naturally waterlogged ground
Fjord a narrow inlet of the sea between high cliffs or banks
Created by: Thomas_Swift