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Social Studies Vocabulary Sep 12

consequences results effects outcomes
modifications changes, adjustments
environment surroundings
natural resource a form of wealth supplied by nature (example: oil)
climate the usual weather conditions of a place
population all the people living in a place
migration to go from one place to another
immigration when someone enters and settles in a new country
reservation land set aside for some special purpose (as a place for native Americans to live)
canal a human made waterway (such as Erie Canal)
urban having to do with the city or city life (Toledo)
suburban an outlying part of a city (Maumee)
rural having to do with the country or its way of life
agriculture the growing of crops and raising of livestock
Created by: Mrs. Townley