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Geography Palooza
100

Tsunami

A long, high wave caused by underwater currents

100

Erosion

Wearing away of Earth's surface followed by the movement to other location of materials that have worn away

100

Deciduous trees

Trees that shed their leaves annually in the fall

100

Geoscience

A wide range of specialized scientific fields within the broad area of geology and resources management

100

Glaciers

Slow-moving masses of ice

200

Coniferous trees

Trees with cones and needle-like leaves

200

Weathering

The breaking down of materials such as rocks and minerals by physical, chemical or biological processes

200
Canadian Shield

Large areas of Precambrian rock that forms the core of Canada

200

Mixed forest

Forest that contains both deciduous and coniferous trees

200

Soil Profile

Different horizons or layers in the soil and rock layer below the soil

300

Pangaea

A supercontinent that included all Earth's land masses that existed millions of years ago

300

Permafrost

Permanently frozen ground that does not completely thaw in summer

300

Maritime climate

Climate of an area close to a sea or an ocean.  They generally have a smaller annual temperature range


300

Continental Drift

The movement of the continents across the earth's surface

300

Climate

The weather conditions in an area over a long period of time

400

Mr Pod's baby's name

Felix

400

Relief Precipitation

Air is forced to cool when it rises over hills or mountains as it rises it cools, condenses and forms rain

400

Landform

Natural feature on Earth's surface

400

Jetstream

Relatively narrow bands of strong wind in the upper levels of the atmosphere

400

Sediments

Eroded materials such as sand and gravel that is deposited by water, wind or glacial ice

500

Weather

The state of the atmosphere over an area for a short period of time

500

Soil

The surface layer of the earth that is composed of minerals, organic materials (worms!), moisture and air

500

Plate Tectonics

Theory that staets that Earth's outer shell consists of plates that move causing earthquakes, volcanoes, mountains and the formation of new crust

500
Mr Pod's father's name

Mr Pod

500

Continental Climate

Climate of an area within a large landmass.  They generall have a larger annual temperature range

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