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SS Ch 1 Grade 5

Chapter 1 Social Studies Review

Next to each other Contiguous
An area in which many features are similar Region
The location of a place compared to other places Relative Location
The seven largest land masses Continent
The number of people in an area Population
A region that has similar landforms throughout Landform Region
The kind of weather a place has over a long period of time Climate
A group of connected mountains Mountain Range
The gradual wearing away of the Earth's surface Erosion
An area of flat or rolling land covered mostly by grassses Prairie
The surroundings in which people, plants, and animals live Environment
An area of water extending into land from a larger body of water Inlet
A very large inlet Gulf
An inlet that separates offshore islands from the mainland Sound
A stream or river that flows into a larger stream or river Tributary
River system River System
Drainage Basin Drainage Basin
Fall Line Fall Line
The height of the land in relation to sea level Elevation
Plant life that grows naturally in a place Natural Vegetation
Dry Arid
A cold dry region where trees cannot grow Tundra
How the land is used Land Use
Something found in nature that people can use Natural Resource
Resources that can be made again by people or nature (ex. water, trees, sun, and wind) Renewable Resource
Resources that cannot be made again or would take thousands of years for nature to replace Nonrenewable Resource
To change Modify
The use of canals ditches or pipes to move water Irrigation
Using less of something to do the same task Efficiency
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