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Prine.U.S. Landforms

Review of vocabulary words covered in the TrueFlix featured book, Landforms.

TermDefinition
cirque (surk) a bowl-shaped landform at the head of a glacier
delta (del-tuh) the flat land at the mouth of a river where it flows into a larger body of water.
elevation (el-uh-vay-shuhn) the height above sea level.
erodes (i-rohdz) wears away
glaciers (glay-shurz) large areas of slow-moving ice
molten (molten) liquid because of extreme heat
peninsulas (puh-nin-suh-luhz) stips of land surrounded by water on three sides
sea level (see lev-uhl) the average level of the ocean's surface, used as a starting point from which to measure the height or depth of a place
sediment (sed-uh-muhnt) material deposited by water, wind, or glaciers
tributaries (trib-yuh-ter-eez) streams or small rivers that flow into larger rivers
weathering (weth-er-ing) the process of breaking rocks into smaller pieces
Created by: kprine