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Broad, flat-topped landform with steep sides; smaller than a plateau. Mesa
Pointed top of a mountian Mountain peak
One of many lines on the global grid running from the north pole to the south pole; used to measure degrees of longitude Meridian
Drawing of the earth, shown on a flat surface Map
A series of connected mountains, often in a line. Mountain Range
Body of land jutting into a lake or ocean, surronded on three sides by water. Peninsula
Place where a stream or river flows into a larger body of water. Mouth(of a river)
One of the five major bodies of salt water that surronded the continents. Ocean
One of many lines on the global grid that circle the earth north or south of the equator; used to measure degrees of latitude. Parallel
Area of level land, usally at a low elevation and often covered with grasses Plain
Stream of either cold or warm water that moves in definate direction through an ocean Ocean Current
Characteristic of a lace occuring naturally, such as a landform, body of water, climate pattern, or resource Phisical Feature
land with steep sides that rise sharply ( 1,000 feet 305 meters or more) from surronding land; generally larger and more rugged than a hill Mountian
Line of the 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
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