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Row 1, Col 1 Scientists believe that long ago all of Earth’s landmasses formed one huge supercontinent known as What is Pangaea?
1,2 Many of the world’s first settlements & civilizations developed along these What are rivers?
1,3 The area on Earth at or near the Equator What is tropic?
1,4 A natural resource that is or was living What is a biological resource?
2,1 As the crust rises, it pushes large blocks of rock upward, forming… What is mountains & plateaus?
2,2 This ocean is the widest & deepest of all the oceans What is the Pacific Ocean?
2,3 The different kinds of weather at a particular place over a long period of time What is climate?
2,4 Resources Produced naturally Took thousands of years Limited supply What are nonrenewable resources?
3,1 People have chosen to build these near floodplains & deltas What are cities?
3,2 Frozen glaciers and ice caps contain this much fresh water What is 70%?
3,3 These affect the temperature of some land areas. What are ocean currents?
3,4 Natural resource used to provide heat and other energy What is a fossil fuel?
4,1 This makes floodplains & deltas excellent for farming. What is rich soil?
4,2 Most of the water that humans use every day (about 80%) comes from this What is surface water?
4,3 A polar climate is said to be the opposite of this What is a tropical climate?
4,4 Process designed to recover and reuse materials instead of throwing them away What is recycling?
5,1 The process of moving sediment. What is erosion?
5,2 A lake that forms behind a human-made dam What is a reservoir?
5,3 The drier side of the mountain is said to be in this What is the rain shadow?
5,4 A natural resource found in rocks What is a mineral?
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