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Volcanoes

Volcanoes

Volcanoes. Volcano A vent in the crust of the earth or another planet from which usually molten or hot rock and steam issue or a hill or mountain composed wholly or in part of the ejected material . Why do volcanoes erupt?. Magma

By LeeJohn
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Masada and Yavneh

Masada and Yavneh

Masada and Yavneh. By Evan Jaffe. The Geography of Masada. Located on the eastern border of Israel It is on the Western shores of the Dead Sea. It is an isolated plateau with steep sides Very sunny, hot and dry climate.

By libitha
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Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary. canyon. a narrow valley with steep sides . This is a view of the Grand Canyon . pride. a feeling of happiness and satisfaction about doing something well . This Olympic skier shows pride in his gold medal win. swiftly. very quickly .

By johana
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Geographical Terms

Geographical Terms

Geographical Terms. A visual dictionary of 15 basic geographical terms found in Mississippi: Adventures in Time and Place. SOURCE. The starting point of a river. RIVER. A stream of water that flows across the land and empties into another body of water. TRIBUTARY.

By celina
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Fourth Grade Unit 5 Week 2

Fourth Grade Unit 5 Week 2

Lost City The Discovery of Machu Picchu. Fourth Grade Unit 5 Week 2. curiosity. Words to Know. terraced. glorious. thickets. granite. ruins. torrent. curiosity glorious granite ruins terraced thickets torrent. ruins.

By winslow
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The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is located in the continent of North America. The 7 main continents of the World are shown in figure 1. Where in the World is the Grand Canyon?. Figure 1.

By rea
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Life near the surface

Life near the surface

015a. Life near the surface. Marine life 3 categories: Benthos : bottom dwellers; sponges, crabs Nekton : strong swimmers- whales, fish, squid Plankton : animal/plants that drift in water. The have little control over their movement.

By neila
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They Could Still Be Mountains

They Could Still Be Mountains

They Could Still Be Mountains. You can see why these mountains are called the Rocky Mountains. They have steep sides of bare, jagged rock, rising to sharp peaks. Their lower slopes might be covered by thick forests, where bears and deer roam.

By orlando
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Inca Civilization

Inca Civilization

Inca Civilization. Essential Question. How were both European and Native American cultures changed after European contact with the Inca?. SS6H1a: Describe the encounter and consequences of the conflict between the Spanish and the Incas and the roles of Pizarro and Atahualpa. Timeline. Incas

By dung
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Volcanoes

Volcanoes

Volcanoes. C20-25. Volcano. A mountain formed when red-hot melted rock flows through a crack onto the earth’s surface. Magma. Melted rock inside Earth Lava Melted rock that reaches Earth’s surface. Vent. A rocky opening that magma flows through to reach the surface of Earth.

By january
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Land Features

Land Features

Land Features. Canyon: a long narrow valley between mountains with very steep sides….A stream often runs along the bottom. Another word is gorge. Horseshoe Canyon. Coastline. The land next to the sea. Continent.

By kirkan
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Understanding Maps and Diagrams

Understanding Maps and Diagrams

Understanding Maps and Diagrams. The connected body of salt water covering the greater part of Earth’s surface. A. Ocean. B. Sea. A large body of salt water completely or partially surrounded by land. Man floating on the Dead Sea in Israel. C. Gulf. A portion of the sea narrower

By aiden
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GEOGRAPHY OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

GEOGRAPHY OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

1. How have the rifts in the Great Rift Valley been formed? 2. Africa is ____ times the size of the __________. About ____ million years ago, Africa was the center of the Earth’s only continent, called __________. GEOGRAPHY OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA. Africa. 53 countries 900 million people

By thornton
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Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary. canyon. a narrow valley with steep sides . This is a view of the Grand Canyon . pride. a feeling of happiness and satisfaction about doing something well . This Olympic skier shows pride in his gold medal win. swiftly. very quickly .

By cyndi
(77 views)

Landforms

Landforms

Landforms. Landforms. river. A stream of water that flows across the land and empties into another body of water. lake. A body of water completely surrounded by land. bay. Part of an ocean or lake that extends deeply into the land. ocean.

By gilda
(111 views)

Geography Picture Dictionary One

Geography Picture Dictionary One

Geography Picture Dictionary One. Archipelago. A large group of islands. Archipelago. A large group of islands. Archipelago. A large group of islands. Atoll. A ring of coral that encloses a pool of seawater. Laysan. Atoll. A ring of coral that encloses a pool of seawater. Palmyra.

By baakir
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Landforms

Landforms

Landforms. Land that has different shapes. Mountain Range. g roups of mountains. Plateau. Highlands with steep sides and flat tops. Valley. Lowlands between hills and mountain ranges. Plains. lowlands; flat or gently rolling. Name that landform!.

By varsha
(233 views)

LANDFORMS

LANDFORMS

LANDFORMS. MOUNTAIN. WHAT IS A MOUNTAIN?. A natural elevation of the earth's surface. A large mass. Has steep sides. Higher than a hill. Top comes to a peak, like a point. HILL. WHAT IS A HILL?. Smaller than a mountain. Top is rounded. Sloping sides. An incline, such as a road.

By wauna
(223 views)

A plain bordering a river and subject to flooding

A plain bordering a river and subject to flooding

A plain bordering a river and subject to flooding. Flood Plain. Delta. A delta is a low, watery land formed at the mouth of a river. Island. Swamp. A swamp is a low area of land that is always or sometimes saturated with water. Marsh.

By danyl
(147 views)

Types of Mountains & How they Form

Types of Mountains & How they Form

Dome Mountains – Upward folded mountains that look like a bowl turned upside down. Folded Mountains - formed by the folding of rock layers caused by pressure. Types of Mountains & How they Form. Anticlines – upward folds in the rock layers. They look like the letter “A”.

By hovan
(202 views)

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