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A-Z GEOGRAPHY
By Eugenio
A IS FOR ALTITUDE
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A IS FOR ARCHIPELAGO
An archipelago is a large
chain of islands.
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
B IS FOR BAYOU
A bayou is an arm,
inlet or outlet of a
river or lake.
Photos from commons.wikimedia.org
B IS ALSO FOR BARREN
A barren is land that
can’t produce offspring.
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
C IS FOR CLIMATE
Climate are the
weather conditions of
an area during a
number of years.
Photo from en.wikipedia.org
 Climatologists are
scientists that study
climate.
C IS ALSO FOR
CLIMATOLOGISTS
Photo from en.wikipedia.org
C IS ALSO FOR
CROPLAND
Cropland is land
suitable for cultivation
of crops.
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A desert is a region so
dry because of no
precipitation.
D IS FOR DESERT
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
Environment are your
natural surroundings.
E IS FOR ENVIRONMENT
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
E IS ALSO FOR
EQUATOR
The Equator is the
line of latitude that
separates the
Northern
Hemisphere from the
Southern
Hemisph...
F IS FOR FOREST
A forest is a large area
full of trees and
vegetation.
Photo from www.landscape-photo.net
F IS FOR FAHRENHEIT
Fahrenheit is a
temperature scale.
Photo from en.wikipedia.org
F IS ALSO FOR FJORD
A fjord is a
Norwegian word for a
mountainside leaning
to the sea.
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A glacier is a body of
ice moving slowly down
a mountain.
G IS FOR GLACIER
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
Geography is a study
that deals with the
Earth’s surface.
G IS ALSO FOR
GEOGRAPHY
Photo from
commons.wikimedia.org
A hemisphere is
northern or southern or
eastern or western of
the equator and prime
meridian.
H IS FOR HEMISPHERE
Photo f...
The horizon is the
upper junction between
the Earth and the sky.
H IS ALSO FOR HORIZON
Photo from en.m.wikipedia.org
An iceberg is a large
floating mass of ice.
I IS FOR ICEBERG
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
Water that is in the
Earth and comes out.
J IS FOR JUVENILE WATER
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A knoll is a small
round hill.
K IS FOR KNOLL
Photo from www.geograph.org.uk
Latitude is the
distance north or south
from the Earth’s equator
by 90 degrees.
L IS FOR LATITUDE
Photo from commons.wiki...
Landform is a natural
feature on the Earth’s
surface.
L IS ALSO FOR LANDFORM
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A mountain is a tall
body of land going up.
M IS FOR MOUNTAIN
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A person relating to
nomads.
N IS FOR NOMADIC
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
An oasis is a small
lake or body of water in
the middle of a desert.
O IS FOR OASIS
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A peninsula is a land
with water around three
fourths of the sides.
P IS FOR PENINSULA
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
Rain snow, and stuff like
that.
P IS FOR PRECIPITATION
Photo from www.fotopedia.com
An excavation or pit
usually open to air.
Q IS FOR QUARRY
Photo from en.m.wikipedia.org -
A region is an area of
land, a city or a place.
R IS FOR REGION
Photo from en.wikipedia.org
A savanna is a flat,
treeless, grassland of
warm areas.
S IS FOR SAVANNA
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A slope is a part of
the Earth’s surface
forming a natural
incline.
S IS ALSO FOR SLOPE
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A tundra is a cold
treeless area, usually in
the Arctic.
T IS FOR TUNDRA
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
Urban means relating
to or in a city.
U IS FOR URBAN
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
A volcano is a
mountain with a crater
on it where lava can
come out of.
V IS FOR VOLCANO
Photo from en.wikipedia.org
A waterfall is water
falling from the top of a
cliff because there is a
river.
W IS FOR WATERFALL
Photo from commons.wiki...
Weather is if the
temperature is hot cold,
there is rain or if its
sunny.
W IS ALSO FOR WEATHER
Photo from sizer92.devian...
A plant that grows
under dry conditions.
X IS FOR XEROPHYTIC
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A crest of rock
formed by the wind.
Y IS FOR YARDANG
Photo from geology.about.com
Turning an area into
zones, city planning.
Z IS FOR ZONING
Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
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  1. 1. A-Z GEOGRAPHY By Eugenio
  2. 2. A IS FOR ALTITUDE Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  3. 3. A IS FOR ARCHIPELAGO An archipelago is a large chain of islands. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  4. 4. B IS FOR BAYOU A bayou is an arm, inlet or outlet of a river or lake. Photos from commons.wikimedia.org
  5. 5. B IS ALSO FOR BARREN A barren is land that can’t produce offspring. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  6. 6. C IS FOR CLIMATE Climate are the weather conditions of an area during a number of years. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  7. 7.  Climatologists are scientists that study climate. C IS ALSO FOR CLIMATOLOGISTS Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  8. 8. C IS ALSO FOR CROPLAND Cropland is land suitable for cultivation of crops. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  9. 9. A desert is a region so dry because of no precipitation. D IS FOR DESERT Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  10. 10. Environment are your natural surroundings. E IS FOR ENVIRONMENT Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  11. 11. E IS ALSO FOR EQUATOR The Equator is the line of latitude that separates the Northern Hemisphere from the Southern Hemisphere. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  12. 12. F IS FOR FOREST A forest is a large area full of trees and vegetation. Photo from www.landscape-photo.net
  13. 13. F IS FOR FAHRENHEIT Fahrenheit is a temperature scale. Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  14. 14. F IS ALSO FOR FJORD A fjord is a Norwegian word for a mountainside leaning to the sea. Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  15. 15. A glacier is a body of ice moving slowly down a mountain. G IS FOR GLACIER Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  16. 16. Geography is a study that deals with the Earth’s surface. G IS ALSO FOR GEOGRAPHY Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  17. 17. A hemisphere is northern or southern or eastern or western of the equator and prime meridian. H IS FOR HEMISPHERE Photo from en.m.wikipedia.org
  18. 18. The horizon is the upper junction between the Earth and the sky. H IS ALSO FOR HORIZON Photo from en.m.wikipedia.org
  19. 19. An iceberg is a large floating mass of ice. I IS FOR ICEBERG Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  20. 20. Water that is in the Earth and comes out. J IS FOR JUVENILE WATER Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  21. 21. A knoll is a small round hill. K IS FOR KNOLL Photo from www.geograph.org.uk
  22. 22. Latitude is the distance north or south from the Earth’s equator by 90 degrees. L IS FOR LATITUDE Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  23. 23. Landform is a natural feature on the Earth’s surface. L IS ALSO FOR LANDFORM Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  24. 24. A mountain is a tall body of land going up. M IS FOR MOUNTAIN Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  25. 25. A person relating to nomads. N IS FOR NOMADIC Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  26. 26. An oasis is a small lake or body of water in the middle of a desert. O IS FOR OASIS Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  27. 27. A peninsula is a land with water around three fourths of the sides. P IS FOR PENINSULA Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  28. 28. Rain snow, and stuff like that. P IS FOR PRECIPITATION Photo from www.fotopedia.com
  29. 29. An excavation or pit usually open to air. Q IS FOR QUARRY Photo from en.m.wikipedia.org -
  30. 30. A region is an area of land, a city or a place. R IS FOR REGION Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  31. 31. A savanna is a flat, treeless, grassland of warm areas. S IS FOR SAVANNA Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  32. 32. A slope is a part of the Earth’s surface forming a natural incline. S IS ALSO FOR SLOPE Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  33. 33. A tundra is a cold treeless area, usually in the Arctic. T IS FOR TUNDRA Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  34. 34. Urban means relating to or in a city. U IS FOR URBAN Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  35. 35. A volcano is a mountain with a crater on it where lava can come out of. V IS FOR VOLCANO Photo from en.wikipedia.org
  36. 36. A waterfall is water falling from the top of a cliff because there is a river. W IS FOR WATERFALL Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  37. 37. Weather is if the temperature is hot cold, there is rain or if its sunny. W IS ALSO FOR WEATHER Photo from sizer92.deviantart.com
  38. 38. A plant that grows under dry conditions. X IS FOR XEROPHYTIC Photo from commons.wikimedia.org
  39. 39. A crest of rock formed by the wind. Y IS FOR YARDANG Photo from geology.about.com
  40. 40. Turning an area into zones, city planning. Z IS FOR ZONING Photo from commons.wikimedia.org

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