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Geography - Landscapes & Landforms

Geography : Landscapes and Landforms

  Image result for landscape images                    Snake River, Wyoming, before the Grand Tetons          Image result for landscape images

The Earth's Landscapes : Definition

A Landscape is part of the Earth's surface. It consists of a variety of geographical features that are characteristic of an area.

Landscapes are divided into two main categories - Natural and Human

Natural Landscapes :  e.g. Mountains and deserts

Human Landscapes :  e.g. cities and farms

The Earth's Landforms : Definition

A Landform is a specific shape or physical feature of the Earth's surface which has been produced by a natural process.

Landform examples are valleys, cliffs, beaches, sand dunes and plateaus. 

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