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Place Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Natural Enviornment All natural living and non-living things on the planet, or in some portion of it.
Climate The average weather conditions of an area over a long period of time.
Atmosphere The layers of gasses that surround a planet, such as Earth.
Natural Vegetation Vegetation which is usually native, and grows spontaneously, without any care.
Culture The beliefs, arts, customs, etc. of a society or group.
Landform A feature of Earth's surface that is completely natural.
Language Pattern A structured method of describing good design practices within a field of expertise.
Infrastructure The basic organizations and physical structures necessary for the operation of a society.
Elevation The height of a location over a given level, usually sea level.
Ecosystem The network of interactions found between organisms, and organisms and they're environment.
Weather The current atmospheric conditions at a given place and time.
Biomes A large community of naturally occurring flora and fauna which occupies a large habitat.
Glaciers A huge mass of compacted snow and ice that is slowly moving.
Groundwater Water that is help underground, as in within the soil.
Soil The upper layer of Earth, which plants grow in.
Hydroshpere Made up by all of the water of Earth's surface.
Lithosphere The rigid outer part of the Earth, as in the crust and upper mantle.
Biosphere All the parts of the Earth occupied by living things.
Gross Domestic Product The market value of all official goods and services within a country.
Life Expectancy The average number of years left in a person's life based on statistics from the area, etc.
Total Population All people within a country who have a permanent place of residency within the country.
History The study of past events, usually having to do with people, and their interactions.
Landscape All the visible features of an area.
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