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Geography Study Card

TermDefinition
Kum Term for desert
Alluvial Soil Rich soil made up of sand, and mud deposited by running water
Wadi A streambed in the dessert that is only wet during heavy rain
Phosphate Natural mining of minerals that contains compounds used in fertilizers
Shift To change place, position, or direction
Complex Having many parts, details, ideas, or functions often related in a complicated way
Revenue Income produced by a given source
Oasis Small area in the desert where water and vegetation are found
Pastoralism The raising of livestock
Cereal Any grain, such as barley, oats, or wheat, grown for food
Define To set fourth the meaning
Annually Occurring once a year
Exposure The fact or condition of being open to view, known, or unprotected,
Created by: Sammy Clay