An area of high, flat land.
A strip of land that juts out into an ocean.
The watering of farmland with water drawn from rivers or reservoirs.
A hole formed when limestone is dissolved, causing the land above to collapse.
A large Spanish-owned estate in the Americas, often run as a farm or cattle ranch.
A policy by which land is taken from those who own large amounts and is redistributed to those who have little or none.
Farmland owned collectively by members of a rural community.
Farming that provides only enough for a family or a village.
A large commercial farm owned by a private individual or a farming company.
A farm crop grown for sale and profit.
A worker who travels from place to place, working where extra help is needed to cultivate or harvest crops.
North American Free Trade Agreement, which phased out trade barriers among the US, Canada, and Mexico.
A factory in Mexico, along the United States border, that assembles goods for export.
A narrow strip of land having water on each side and joining to larger bodies of land.
A member of an armed force that is not part of a regular army; relating to a form of warfare carried on by such an independent armed force.
A group of islands. (Eg. Hawaii, Indonesia)
An island formed by the skeletal remains of tiny sea animals and the sand and sediment piling on top of them.
Facing the wind.
Facing away from the wind.
A steep cliff that separates to-level areas of different elevations.
An interior plateau in Brazil with poor soil in uncertain rain.
A slum community in a Brazilian community.
A large estate farmed by many workers.
A fuel mixture of gasoline and ethanol.
The process of stripping the land of it's trees.
Tourism that encourages environmental awareness and has little effect on the ecosystem.
A person of mixed African and European ancestry.
A mineral used in making aluminium.
A related set of separate mountain ranges.
In Latin America, a tenant farmer or farm worker.
A plateau region located in the Andes of Bolivia and Peru.
A plateau in the Andes of Ecuador.
The boundary in high elevations above which continuous forest vegetation cannot grow.
A forested region in Ecuador, Bolivia, and Peru.
The wide mouth of a river, where fresh water currents meet salt water.
A region of rolling foothills.
A grasslands region in Argentina and Uruguay.
A cowboy who herded cattle in the pampas of Argentina and Uruguay.