5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Continental Climate
- a rock that is formed from layers of sediments that are pressed and squeezed together until it hardens
- b movement along a crack (fault) or cracks in the earth's crust
- c plants that grow naturally in an area
- d climate that has warm summers and cool winters
- e climate type that develops away from the influence of the ocean. The annual temperature range tends to be large and precipiation is low.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the prevailing conditions of precipitation and temperature
- a name for trees which lose their leaves every year
- an area with similar characteristics.
- a region formed by deposits of silt or soil at the mouth of a river
- the shape of the land
5 True/False Questions
Boreal → a mass of rotating or whirling fluid or air that whirls in a rotary direction
Glaciation → the changing of landforms by slowly moving glaciers (sheets of ice)
Rain-Shadow → Area on the leeward slope of mountain range where percipitation is greatly reduced compared to the wind ward slope on the other side.
Muskeg → A level bog or swamp found in Canada
Swamp → an area of low, wet, spongy land