a long, narrow stretch of land that is surrounded by water on three sides
an area defined by one or more natural or cultural characteristics that set it apart from other areas.
a large group of people who share a common history and culture. The word often means a country or nation-state, though not all control a territory or have their own government.
a large area with a particular kind of scenery.
the hard outer layer of Earth.
the triangle-shaped deposit of sand and sediment that occurs where a river flows into an ocean.
a raised area of land, such as a hill or mountain, with a flat top.
a geographic region with too little rainfall to support much plant life.
a break in Earth's crust where magma an other material erupts from Earth's interior.
a very large, unbroken area of land.
the pattern of weather over a long period of time.
a seasonal wind. summer winds in south Asia usually bring rain to that region.
dry or lacking rainfall; also a climate zone that is hot and dry all year with very little rain.
a mountainous part of a country; a climate zone where temperature and precipitation and vegetation vary with latitude and elevation.
a climate zone that is hot and rainy all year
tropical wet and dry
a climate zone that is hot all year with rainy and dry seasons.
a climate zone with hot, rainy summers and mild winters with some rain.
any natural feature of Earth's surface that has a distinct shape. includes major features such as continents, plains, plateaus, and mountain ranges.
a climate zone with warm, rainy summers and cool, snowy winters.
all the plants and trees in an area
a vegetation zone of mainly small trees, and bushes, and other plants adapted to a dry climate
a type of thick evergreen forest found in areas of heavy rainfall
a climate zone that is very cold all year with permanent ice and snow; also a permanent dome-shaped covering of ice
vegetation zone of mainly grasses and scattered trees adapted to a tropical wet and dry climate.
vegetation zone that includes both coniferous and deciduous trees