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Science Section 1

topography the shape of the land determined bby elevation, relief, and landforms
elevation height above sea level
relief the difference in elevation between the highest and lowest parts of n area
landform a feature of topography formed by the process that shapes the Earth's surface
landform region a large area of land where the topography is similar
plain a landform made up of flat or gently rolling land with low relief
mountain a landform with high elevation and high relief
mountain range a series of mountains that have the same general shape and structure
plateau a landform that has more or less level surface and its evated high above sea level
lithosphere a rigid layer made up of the uppermost part of the mantel and crust. one of four spheres into which scientists divided
core Earth's dense center, made up of the solid inner core and molten outer core; also the central part of the sun, where nuclear fusion occurs
mantel the layer of hot, solid material between Earth's crust
crust the layer of rock that forms Earth's outer surface
rock the material that forms Earth's hard surface
geology the study of solid Earth
Created by: Jessie