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Geography Chapter 2

All the definitions we needed to know for our chapter 2 test

QuestionAnswer
climate the average weather of an area over a long period of time
physical process any naturally occurring change on or in earth, such as an earthquake
climate change changes in long-term weather patterns caused by natural events and human activity
desertification the unwanted process of turning arable land into desert due to factors such as reduced rainfall and pour agricultural practises
drylands areas with a long growing season and a semi-desert to moist climate includes grassland and semi-desert scrub
climate model a mathematical representation of earths atmosphere, ocean, and physical processes, often displayed in a map
land reclamation the creation of new land in coastal areas by depositing materials such as sand, rock, concrete, and sometimes garbage in the water
erosion the wearing away earths surface by wind, water, or glacial action
Created by: rcleland