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Climate The average weather conditions in a specific region.
Biomes A large naturally occurring system of flora and fauna.
Atmosphere The envelope of gasses surrounding a planet.
Natural Vegetation All plants naturally grown in a region and are native to it.
Culture Arts created and developed by a group of people in a particular region.
Landform A physical trait of the Earth's surface.
Language The way a group of people communicate.
Infrastructure The basic physical and organizational structures used for economical growth.
Elevation How high a region is above a certain level.
Ecosystem How all forms of live interact one another.
Weather The state of the atmosphere surrounding a certain region.
Biomes A large naturally occurring system of flora and fauna.
Glaciers slowly moving mass of ice formed in the tundra.
Ground Water Water held underwater (obvious).
Soil The upper layer of Earth from which plants grow.
Hydrosphere All the water on Earth's surface
Lithosphere Rigid outer part of the Earth's surface.
Biosphere Regions of Earth's surface occupied by living organisms.
Created by: Amelia Pond