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chapter 7 voc

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Barrier Islands a long, sandy island that is near a shore
Piedmont lying or formed at the base of mountains
Fall line line joining the waterfalls on numerous rivers that marks the point where each river descends from the upland to the lowland and the limit of the navigability of each river
Basins : a large bowl that is used for mixing, cooking, or serving food
Hot Spot a place in the upper mantle of the earth at which hot magma from the lower mantle upwells to melt through the crust usually in the interior of a tectonic plate to form a volcanic feature; also : a place in the crust overlying a hot spot
Natural Hazards
lichens a type of small plant that grows on rocks and walls
alluvial soils soils deposited by streams or rivers are particulary productive.
newsprint the thin paper that is used for newspapers
Created by: elijsanders