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A group or chain of many islands.
A size able inland body of water, completely surrounded by land
A row or chain, series of connected mountains.
A coral reef surrounding a central lagoon; ring shaped coral island.
Part of a large body of water that extends into land; generally smaller than a gulf.
Land densely covered with trees, vines, as in the tropics.
One of the five major bodies of salt water that surrounds the continents.
A sandy shore
A point of land that extends into an ocean, sea, gulf, bay, or lake
A small, steep hill standing alone on a plain.
The pointed top of a mountain or hill.
A steep, high wall of rock, earth, or ice.
A dry, barren region where few plants grow.
Deep and narrow valley with steep walls.
Large natural stream of water that runs through the land and usually empties into a lake, ocean, or another river.
A vast, treeless arctic plain.
Large body of ice.
Flat, low lying land built up at the mouth of a river by deposits of silt, sand, and pebbles.
Large body of water completely or or partly surrounded by land, smaller than an ocean.
A hill of drifting sand.
Part of a large body of water that extends into a shoreline,generally larger than a bay.
A narrow inlet of the sea with steep banks made by a glacier.
Narrow stretch of water joining two larger bodies of water.
Hills at the base of a mountain.
Narrow stretch of land connecting two large land areas.
A sheltered place along a shoreline where ships can anchor safely.
An opening in the earth through which lava, rocks, gases, and ash are forced out.
Elevated land with sloping sides and rounded summit; generally smaller than a mountain.
A flow of water falling from a high place to a lower place.
A body of land completely surrounded by water.
A shallow body of water partly or completely enclosed within an atoll.
Broad flat topped land form with steep sides;smaller than a plateau, but larger than a butte.
High rounded or pointed landform.
A deep, narrow body of water connecting two larger bodies of water;also, the deepest part of a river or harbor.
Place where a stream or river flows into a larger body of water.
Body of land nearly surrounded by water.
Area of level land; a large area of flat or nearly flat land.
A high, flat landform that rises steeply above the surrounding land, larger than a Mesa and a butte.
A ridge of rock, coral, or sand.
A body of water between a coastline and one or more islands off of a coast.
Level or hilly land covered by grass but no trees.
A mountain of ice floating in the sea.
A low area of wet, swampy land.
Area of lowland between hills or mountains.
CCA Geographical Landforms
Vocabulary Terms for Algebra 1