A is for Atoll
Atoll is a circle shaped coral
reef.
Photo from en.wikipedia.org
B is for bay
A type of beach that is smaller than a gulf.
Photo from jeremiahblatz.com
C is for Crater
Crater is a Big hole in the ground usually caused by a explosive.
D is for Desert
A place That is very hot for climate.
Photo taken by Thomas Schoch
E is for Equator
An imaginary line that separates the north and the south pole.
Photo bycommons.wikimedia.org
F is for Fjord
Fjord is a Like a canyon except
has water going through it.
Photo taken by Stephen
Codrington
G is for Geyser
Photo by
www.fotopedia.com
A geyser is A hole which hot water shoots
out of the ground.
H is for
Hemisphere
Photo by en.m.wikipedia.org
Hemisphere is a imaginary line
that separates the east and west
and north ...
I is for Iceberg
Iceberg is a piece of ice that
floats on a body of water.
The Titanic has crashed
because of a Iceberg.
P...
J is for Jungle
A Jungle is a area that is overgrown
and has habitats for animals.
Photo by
www.flickr.com
K is for Karst
Photo by commons.wikimedia.org
Karst is an area made of
limestone.
L is for longitude
Photo by en.wikipedia.org
Longitude is the imaginary line
that separates the north and the
south pole.
M is for Magma
Photo by
www.flickr.com
Magma is molten rock
beneath the ground.
N is for Nadir
Nadir is the lowest point of
anything.
Photo by en.wikipedia.org
O is for Oasis
A little area that supports water and trees and sometimes food
Photo by commons.wikimedia.org
Q is for Quarts
A type of mineral that is found in caves.
Photo by
fromaardvarkstozin
c.blogspot.com
R is for Region
A region is a Area of land in a state or country.
Photo by solar.physics.montana.edu
S is for savanna
environment.nationalgeographic.com
A Savanna is a type
of land form that
has not a lot of
water and usual...
T is fro Tundra
Tundra is a place where
the mountains are snowy
as if for the base of the
mountain has no snow.
Photo by w...
U is for Union
Urban is a city
area.
Photo by
en.wikipedia.org
V is for Volcano
A volcano is a Mountain that sprays out lava.
Photo by
en.wikipedia.org
W is for Wetlands
Wetlands is another name for swamp, and a swamp is a area over
flowed by water.
Photo by envfor.nic.in
X is fro Xeniscape
A Xeniscape is bigger than a garden but smaller than a courtyard.
Photo by taosunlimited.blogspot.com
Y is for Yardang
Yardang is a area in the desert that has a flat rock sticking up out of the
ground.
Photo by
epod.usra.edu
Z is for Zone
Picture by
www.arborday.org
A zone is a Place of land
that people live in.
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Abc that is geography

  1. 1. A is for Atoll Atoll is a circle shaped coral reef. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  2. 2. B is for bay A type of beach that is smaller than a gulf. Photo from jeremiahblatz.com
  3. 3. C is for Crater Crater is a Big hole in the ground usually caused by a explosive.
  4. 4. D is for Desert A place That is very hot for climate. Photo taken by Thomas Schoch
  5. 5. E is for Equator An imaginary line that separates the north and the south pole. Photo bycommons.wikimedia.org
  6. 6. F is for Fjord Fjord is a Like a canyon except has water going through it. Photo taken by Stephen Codrington
  7. 7. G is for Geyser Photo by www.fotopedia.com A geyser is A hole which hot water shoots out of the ground.
  8. 8. H is for Hemisphere Photo by en.m.wikipedia.org Hemisphere is a imaginary line that separates the east and west and north and south.
  9. 9. I is for Iceberg Iceberg is a piece of ice that floats on a body of water. The Titanic has crashed because of a Iceberg. Photo by commons.wikimedia.org
  10. 10. J is for Jungle A Jungle is a area that is overgrown and has habitats for animals. Photo by www.flickr.com
  11. 11. K is for Karst Photo by commons.wikimedia.org Karst is an area made of limestone.
  12. 12. L is for longitude Photo by en.wikipedia.org Longitude is the imaginary line that separates the north and the south pole.
  13. 13. M is for Magma Photo by www.flickr.com Magma is molten rock beneath the ground.
  14. 14. N is for Nadir Nadir is the lowest point of anything. Photo by en.wikipedia.org
  15. 15. O is for Oasis A little area that supports water and trees and sometimes food Photo by commons.wikimedia.org
  16. 16. Q is for Quarts A type of mineral that is found in caves. Photo by fromaardvarkstozin c.blogspot.com
  17. 17. R is for Region A region is a Area of land in a state or country. Photo by solar.physics.montana.edu
  18. 18. S is for savanna environment.nationalgeographic.com A Savanna is a type of land form that has not a lot of water and usually found in Australia and Africa
  19. 19. T is fro Tundra Tundra is a place where the mountains are snowy as if for the base of the mountain has no snow. Photo by www.bio.miami.edu
  20. 20. U is for Union Urban is a city area. Photo by en.wikipedia.org
  21. 21. V is for Volcano A volcano is a Mountain that sprays out lava. Photo by en.wikipedia.org
  22. 22. W is for Wetlands Wetlands is another name for swamp, and a swamp is a area over flowed by water. Photo by envfor.nic.in
  23. 23. X is fro Xeniscape A Xeniscape is bigger than a garden but smaller than a courtyard. Photo by taosunlimited.blogspot.com
  24. 24. Y is for Yardang Yardang is a area in the desert that has a flat rock sticking up out of the ground. Photo by epod.usra.edu
  25. 25. Z is for Zone Picture by www.arborday.org A zone is a Place of land that people live in.

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