half of the Earth
an area where factories are found
a process of bringing a supply of water to crops by artificial means
a large body of fresh water surrounded by land
natural land feature on Earth's surface, such as a mountain or hill
a list that explains the symbols on a map
animals raised on a farm or ranch
something built to honor a person or an event such as a monument or a statue
a chain of mountains
the part of the river where it empties into another body of water
materials supplied by nature that are useful or necessary for life
the great body of salt water that covers almost three-fourths of Earth's surface
land that is surrounded by water on three sides
another name for oil
a large, flat area of land
an area of high, flat land
total number of people who live in a place
a harbor where ships can dock or anchor safely
rain, snow, sleet, hail, or drizzle
an imaginary line that runs from the North Pole to south Pole at 0 degrees longitude
something that is made by a natural process
one of the main administrative divisions of a country
an area of land that is different from other areas due to its physical features, climate, people, or industries
a large natural stream of fresh water that flows into a lake or an ocean
a road or course for traveling from one place to another
the place where a river starts
a narrow channel connecting two bodies of water
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