5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Rift Valley
- a trees such as evergreens that have cones and needle-shaped leaves, and keep their foliage throughout the winter
- b an area of low, wet, spongy land
- c steep cliff or slope formed by erosion or faulting
- d the usual shape of a tornado; tube of winds spiraling at high speeds
- e A long, narrow valley in Earth's crust where two continental plates are separating or between two faults.
5 Multiple choice questions
- to wear away the surface of the Earth
- a region formed by deposits of silt or soil at the mouth of a river
- a name for trees which lose their leaves every year
- Northern, or of the Arctic.
- movement along a crack (fault) or cracks in the earth's crust
5 True/False questions
Tornado → Northern, or of the Arctic.
Tectonic → pertaining to the structure of the earth's crust
Maritime Climate → climate type that develops away from the influence of the ocean. The annual temperature range tends to be large and precipiation is low.
Plateau → a mass of rotating or whirling fluid or air that whirls in a rotary direction
Vegetation → the changing of landforms by slowly moving glaciers (sheets of ice)