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The a to z geography words
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  • 1. By: Sofia
  • 2. A is for altitude! Altitude is the height above sea level. The higher you go, the colder it gets. Photo From adventure.howstuffworks.com
  • 3.  An archipelago is a series of islands that are next to each other on a body of water.  Picture from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 4. THE ARCTIC CIRCLE IS A PARALLEL TO THE EQUATOR, 66 DEGREES 32 NORTH. IT’S PARALLEL TO THE EQUATOR, BUT IT’S NOT WARM! Picture from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 5. B is for Border! A border, is also an imaginary line that separates countries. That’s why you see tollbooths before you cross into Croatia! Picture from en.wikipedia.org
  • 6. B is for Bayou!! A Bayou is alike a swamp, because it mushy and muddy, but it’s actually at the side of a river or lake or swamp, etc. But animals still choose to live there! Picture from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 7.  A crag is a large, rigged piece of rock; a segment of a rock. Picture from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 8.  A chasm is a very deep gap or crack in the earth. There’s two cliffs and they’re at the side, and you can take a trip at the bottom, and have a nice hike! But sometimes water goes through. But, sometimes, it’s just a drought. Picture from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 9. Delta is a deposit of earth and it’s usually three sided, and collects mouths of rivers. It’s basically just a huge islands that collects different types of rivers. That’s a lot of water! commons.wikimedia.org
  • 10.  A dike is a bank of earth or a dam that prevents floods from the water that’s too high. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 11. E is for the Eastern Hemisphere! The eastern hemisphere is the eastern part of the world that’s been separated by the prime meridian. The prime meridian goes vertically down the earth. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 12. F is for Fjord! A fjord is a long arm of sea, usually formed by glaciers. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 13. F is for Frontier!! A frontier is the section of a country that borders another country. Photos from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 14.  Geographic means when you are including geography. Like maps and stuff. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 15.  A gulch is a large deep ravine, that usually has a stream running next to it. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 16. G is for Gorge!!! A gorge is where you have to cross bridges, and it’s two cliffs that are far apart from each other and you have to cross a bridge to get to the other side. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 17.  A hemisphere, is a section of the Earth That can be North, South, East, and/or West (Eastern hem., Western hem., Southern hem., and Northern hem.). Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 18. I is for Ismuth! An ismuth is a narrow pice of land that joins two other larger areas. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 19.  An inlet is an indentation of a shoreline, usually long and narrow. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 20.  The international date line is the imaginary line that goes vertically down the earth. That’s why every country in the world has a different time. If you’re in Bosnia, in the states, it’s 6 hours back. The date lines ARE NOT staright! Photo from www.brizweb.com
  • 21. J is for Jungle! A jungle is a bushy area that thrives with life. Plants and animals find ways to inhabit the jungle. The jungle can be humid, dry, wet, hot, or maybe even a little bit chilly. Photo from www.flickr.com
  • 22. K is for Key! A key is like a legend on a map. You know those colors on a map on top of the countries? Well, the key/legend helps you find what the color stands for. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 23.  An enclosed chamber in a canal, dam, etc. with a gate at each end for lowering or raising vessels. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 24. M is for Mountain Range! A mountain range is a chain of mountains that are next to each other. For example, the Alps are a mountain range. Photo from www.flickr.com
  • 25.  A map is a device that helps you locate places. It has countries, cities, capitals, and continents. Photo from www.freegreatpicture.com
  • 26. N is for North Pole! The North pole is the coldest place on earth. It’s in the arctic circle, and is the pole on the north. Photo from www.flickr.com
  • 27.  An oasis is a small lake in a hot desert climate. When you’re in Africa, you’ll see lots of oases. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 28. P is for Prime Meridian! The prime meridian is the imaginary line that separates the eastern and western hemisphere. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  • 29. P is for Plateau!! A large area of land that usually has higher elevations that are the same. They may have deep valleys. Photo from en.m.wikipedia.org
  • 30.  The poles are the north and south poles. The poles are the coldest place on earth. Like Antarctica. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 31. Q is for Qatar! Qatar is located in the northern eastern hemisphere. It’s in Asia, not too far from the equator. Photo from de.wikipedia.org
  • 32.  A reservoir is a large lake, but more like a river. It has some land beside it, but they’re very hilly. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 33.  A reef is a underwater city underwater full of beautiful coral and it’s a perfect habitat for fish and other sea creatures. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 34. A scale is the helpful tool on a map that tells you how many inches are in 1 kilometer on a map so, technically, 1 inch is 1 kilometer. Photo from adventure.howstuffworks.com
  • 35.  The southern hemisphere is the southern section of the world, and it’s where South America is, and other continents. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  • 36. T is for Time Zones! A time zone are imaginary lines going vertically down the earth that make each country have a different time. Photo from www.flickr.com
  • 37.  The U.S.A are 50 states that decided to group together and become one large country. The flag has 50 stars to represent the 50 states. Photo from simple.m.wikipedia.org
  • 38. V is for Valley! A valley is/are lower land(s) that are between hills or mountains. Photo from mojotravel.wordpress.com
  • 39. W is for Western Hemisphere! The western hemisphere is the western section of the world. Australia is located in the western hemisphere, and so is the Indian ocean, a bit. www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk Western hemisph ere
  • 40.  Zenith is the point in the sky directly above the observer. Photo from en.wikipedia.org

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