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To Next Slide Unit 3 Chapter 6 Lesson 4 Islands and People 20 Questions!
To Next Slide Low, narrow islands that are near a coast. Barrier islands
To Next Slide The continent or the part of the continent nearest to an island. Mainland
To Next Slide Legend A story that has come down from the past.
To Next Slide A narrow channel that connects two larger bodies of water. strait
To Next Slide A stony material formed by the skeletons of tiny sea animals. Coral
To Next Slide How did the Florida Keys form? Coral built up to form them.
To Next Slide A ridge of rocks, sand, or coral near the surface of the sea. Reef
To Next Slide What are some of the problems that people in Key West must face? Limited space, crowding, enough fresh water, food, and electricity.
To Next Slide A band of warm climate that circles the Earth near the Equator. Tropics
To Next Slide A place owned and governed by a country. Territory
To Next Slide A territory that governs itself. Commonwealth
To Next Slide Why must the Virgin Islands import fresh water? There is not enough fresh water on the islands to meet the needs of the people.
To Next Slide Thats All! Keep Sharp Minds!
Chapter 3, Section 4 Rocks From Reefs Monday, December 14, 2009 Pages
Geology of Central America. Earth 65 Million Years Ago.
Section 4: Rocks from Reefs. Structure of calcite (calcium carbonate - CaCO 3 ) skeletons built up by coral animals in warm, shallow ocean water.
To Next Slide Unit 6 Chapter 13 Lesson 4 Protecting the Coastal Environment 20 Questions!
Ch4 Sec4 Rocks from Reefs. Key Concepts How do coral reefs form? What evidence do limestone deposits from coral reefs provide about Earth’s history?
Australia. Australia is the smallest continent.
AUSTRALIA Geographical Understandings © 2011 Clairmont Press.
Australia’s Natural Environment The Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Rivers Change the Land 20 Questions!
LANDFORMS. TRIBUTARY A river or stream flowing into a larger river or lake.
Do Now What covers almost three-fourths of Earth’s surface? What holds both the largest animals and some of the smallest organisms on Earth? Talk with.
The Great Barrier Reef By: Alex Sullivan. The Great Barrier Reef has many beautiful sites to see. It is home to hundreds of living things. It is found.
SALTWATER ECOSYSTEMS. Oceans cover much of the Earth’s surface. Around ¾ (or 75%) of the Earth is water!
Geography Terms World Regions 7. High, steep face of rock or earth. cliff/bluff.
Latin America’s Physical Geography Unit 7 Notes Name: ___________________.
Asia Chapter 3 study aid. What is an animal that carries its young in a pouch?
To Next Slide Unit 6 Chapter 13 Lesson 1 Along the Pacific Coast 20 Questions!
Landforms Geography of the World. Archipelago: a group or chain of islands.
Australia’s Geography Geographic Understandings SS6G12 The student will be able to locate selected features of Australia. a. Locate on a world and regional.
Latin America’s Physical Geography EQ: WHAT ARE CHARACTERISTICS OF LATIN AMERICA’S PHYSICAL FEATURES?
A body of water forming an indentation of the shoreline larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf. The San Francisco Bay is found in the west coast in.
Latin America is divided into three regions: 1. Mexico and Central America 2. The Caribbean 3. South America.
Chapter 7 Section 2 Environmental Science Ms. Mandel.
Australia’s Geography. Australia’s Landscape Australia is called the “Land Down Under” Island country AND a continent – located in the southern hemisphere,
Geography Unit 1 Culture Chapter 1, Section 1 & 2 Read Pgs
Landforms. Archipelago a group of islands Archipelago a group of islands.
Landforms, Maps, & Geography Test Review. Printing Instructions From the Print What dropdown, select Handouts Select 6 slides per page Fold the paper.
Latin America’s Physical Geography Unit 8 Notes Name: ___________________.
To Next Slide Unit 2 Chapter 4 Lesson 3 Cities Face Challenges 20 Questions!
Map Vocabulary. Map Projection- the way to show the Earth’s curved surface on a flat map. All maps distort the Earth and each one does it in a different.
Aquatic Ecosystems Chapter : Freshwater Ecosystems Freshwater ecosystems include ponds, lakes, streams, rivers, and wetlands. Wetlands – areas of.
Types of Reefs Atoll Reef- extends all around a lagoon without a central island Fringing Reef- directly attached to shore grow up to the edge of the shore.
Seeing Earth From Space. sensors- devices that react to a stimulus by recording it or sending an electrical signal atoll- a doughnut-shaped coral island.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 3 Lesson 2 Looking at Different Regions 20 Questions!
Latin America’s Physical Geography EQ: What are characteristics of Latin America’s physical features?
Glacier Landforms Wave Erosion Shorelines are being constantly eroded by waves, tides, and chemical weathering. Sea cliffs are produced.
Australia is BOTH A CONTINENT AND A COUNTRY. The continent lies about 2,000 miles southeast of Asia and is SURROUNDED BY THE PACIFIC OCEAN ON THE EAST.
Andes Mountains Pampas Amazon Rainforest Amazon River Orinoco River Rio de la Plata Peru Chile Brazil Argentina Rio de Janeiro.
1. Coral reefs are large strips of wave-resistant coral rocks built up by carbonate organisms lying close to the surface of the sea and even sometimes.
Overview of Latin America. Latin America is divided into three regions Mexico and central America Caribbean South America.
SS6G12 The students will be able to locate selected features of Australia. a. Locate on a world and regional political-physical map: the Great Barrier.
Chapter 7 Section 2. Estuaries Estuary – an area in which fresh water from a river mixes with salt water from the ocean Nutrients and minerals fall to.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 12 Lesson 2 People and Mountains 20 Questions!
Landforms By Matheus brito. Mountain range A mountain range is a group or chain of mountains that are close together. Mountain ranges are usually separated.
Chapter 7 section 2 Marine ecosystems. Marine Ecosystems coastal areas and open ocean. coastal organisms adapt to changes in water level and salinity.
11.Sea Anemones and Coral Animals 1. Have you ever seen flowers called anemones? 2 There are water animals that look like these flowers.
OCEANS. Salt water – not fresh water 75% of Earth Plants – 50% world‘s oxygen.
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