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jacob

elementary school

TermDefinition
place the geographic theme that answers the question- What is it like there
landforms different kinds of land on Earth
plain low-lying stretch of flat or gently rolling land
plateau flat land with higher elevation that a plain
valley a low piece of land between two hills or mountain ranges
physical characteristics geographic features that were not made by humans
mountain range a row of connected mountains
coastal plain low land that lies along an ocean
basin low area surrounded by higher land
canyon a deep narrow valley with steep sides
desert a dry region that receives very little rain
gulf part of a sea or ocean that cuts into a mass of land
tributary a stream or river that flows into a larger stream or river
vegetation the plants of an area
river system a river and its tributaries