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Ch. 24 Sect. 2 Vocab

Australia, the Pacific Realm & Antarctica Today

alliance a partnership between countries
free trade agreement a treaty between countries that improves trade by limiting taxes on that trade
reserve land set aside for a special purpose such as farming, preserving habitats, or housing specific groups of people; a future supply (of oil)
assimilation a process in which a minority group adopts the culture of the majority
adventure tourism a type of tourism in which travelers engage in physical activities such as mountain climbing, water sports, or hiking
glacier a large mass of ice and packed snow
crevasse a deep, open crack in a glacier
renewable energy energy from sources that do not run out, such as wind, sun, and water
geothermal energy heat energy from within the earth that can be turned into electricity
Created by: ltandbob