Geography Quiz / Geographical Terms 2 (Intermediate)

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Bowl-shaped depression formed by a meteoroid hitting the surface
An elevated and generally level region
A high ridge of land jutting into a body of water
A long, deep crevasse on the ocean floor
Narrow strip of land, bordered by water on both sides, connecting two larger landmasses
Ice sheet projecting into coastal waters, making it float
(Sometimes artificial) place where water is stored and regulated
A long, narrow inlet beset by steep cliffs
An undrained natural depression, where evaporation leaves behind salt and other mineral deposits
Basinlike depression resulting from a collapsed volcano
The part of a continent submerged in the relatively shallow sea
Narrow body of water connecting two larger bodies
Large mass of ice found on land
The mountainous divide separating river systems; determines which side of the land the rivers flow to
A stream flowing into a larger body of water
A treeless Arctic region with permanently frozen subsoil
Ancient forest where wood has mineralized and become stonelike
A series of minor steplike waterfalls
A shallows separated from the sea by low, sandy dunes
A small, low island made mostly of sand or coral

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