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Ch 1 & 2 landforms

A point of land that extends into a river, lake, or ocean cape
flat, low-lying land built up from soil carried downstream by a river and deposited at it's mouth delta
narrow stretch of land connecting two larger land areas isthmus
broad, flat topped landform with steep sides; smaller than a plateau mesa
place where a stream or a river flows into a larger body of water mouth
area of level land, usually at a low elevation and often covered with grasses plain
An area of land drained by a given river and its branches; area surrounded by lands of higher elevation basin
area of flat or rolling land at a high elevation, about 300 - 3000 feet high plateau
line of global grid running from the North Pole to the South Pole through Greenwich, England; starting point for measuring degrees of east and west longitude. Prime meridian
changes in elevation over a given area of land relief
place where a river or stream begins, often in highlands source(of a river)
small river or stream that flows into a larger river or stream; a branch of a river tributary
Created by: DCloud