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PA History Chapter 1

Chapter 1 Review

Fuel Nonrenewable, found in the ground
Tributary a small river that flows into a larger river
Environment the surroundings in which people, animals, plants live
Precipitation the moisture that falls to the ground; rain, sleet, snow, hail
River Systems of PA Delaware, Susquehanna, Ohio
Geography the study of the Earth and all the different things on it
Valley a low patch of land between hills
Hurricane a violent storm with very strong winds and heavy rains
Tornado a swirling funnel of wind that moves quickly
Pollution when people carelessly use resources
Landform a shape that makes up Earth's surface
Elevation higher elevations are colder than lower elevations
Weather condition of the air at a certain time and place
Climate the pattern of weather over many years
Plateau large flat landform that rises sharply above the land
People PA's most important resource
Harrisburg PA's state capital
Delaware River river that forms the eastern border of PA
Appalachian Mountains oldest mountain chain in the world
Allegheny Mountains mountain chain that lines the eastern edge of a large plateau in western PA
Renewable Resource type of natural resource that can be replaced
Forests, Soil, Water Renewable Resources
Recycling & Conservation help save our natural resources and keep them from being used up
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