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Agriculture: The art and science of cultivating land for growing crops (farming) or raising livestock (ranching)
Biome An area of the planet which can be classified according to the plant and animal life in it
Boreal Forest Land covered by evergreen trees in cool, northern latitudes. Also called taiga
Drainage Basin: An entire river system, or an area drained by a river and its tributaries. Also called a watershed.
Fjord Long, narrow ocean inlet between steep slopes
Glaicer mass of ice the moves slowly over land
Hydroelectric Power usable energy generated by moving water converted to electricity
Latitude: distance north or south of the equator
Lowland slow-flowing river ecosystems usually found in lower altitudes
Natural Resource ) A material that humans take from the natural environment to survive, to satisfy their needs or to trade with others
Plain: Flat, smooth area at a low elevation
Territory Land an animal, human, or government protects from intruders
Tributary: Stream that feeds, or flows, into a larger stream
Created by: oswald1234