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World Geography

Ch. 24-27 Vocabulary

Sahel The title of the former ruler in iran
Colonialism The system by which countries set up colonies to secure sources of raw materials and markets for their products.
Plateau An area of high,flat land.
Escarpment A steel cliff that separates two level areas of differing elevations.
Chaparral A type of natural vegetation that is adapted to Mediterranean climates.
Savanna A tropical grassland with scattered trees located in the warm lands near the equator.
Oral History History passed down by word of mouth.
Nomadic Herding The practice of moving flocks through different pastures throughtut the year
Land Degradation
Population Denisity The average number of people living in a giving area.
sandstorm A windstorm that blows hot air, dust, and grit.
basin irrigation
Created by: Dance1999