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Archipelago: a group or chain of islands
Cape: a point of land jutting out into water (smaller than a peninsula)
Oasis: a fertile or green area in the middle of a dessert
Tributary: a stream feeding a larger stream or lake
Canal: an artificial waterway built for navigation, drainage or irrigation
Mountain range: a group or chain of mountains
Swamp: a wetland partially covered by water
Peninsula: land surrounded on three sides by water; land connected to a larger piece of land jutting out into water
Delta: where a river empties into a larger body of water
Valley: a depression in the land usually between hills or mountains
Mountains: a landmass that juts above all surrounding land, larger than a hill
Plateau: level land that is raised above other close land
Isthmus: a narrow strip of land connecting larger bodies of land (a land bridge)
Island: land surrounded by water on all sides
Strait: a narrow strip of water connecting two larger bodies of water (a water bridge)
Plain: an extensive area of level, treeless land
Canyon- a deep narrow valley with steep sides usually with a stream running through it
Volcano- a vent in the crust of the earth that molten lava and steam issues from
River source- the point of origin of a stream of water
Ocean/Sea- the whole body of salt water that covers nearly ¾’s of the earth
Gulf/Bay- a part of an ocean/sea where the water extends into the land and is surrounded by land on three sides
Desert- arid land with sparse vegetation
Lake- water surrounded by land on all sides
Glacier- a large body of ice moving slowly down a slope or across land
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