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Type of map representing the Earth’s surface (topography, watercourses, aquatic areas) using various techniques (contour lines, colors).
Vast body of saltwater covering a large part of the Earth’s surface and separating the continents.
Group of closely spaced mountains.
Natural watercourse of minor or intermediate size that empties into another watercourse.
Vast expanse of relatively flat land, higher than the surrounding region and bounded by deep valleys with sheer cliffs.
Long curvature in a coastline; it reaches far inland and is more or less open.
Massive elevated headland extending into the sea or a river estuary.
Vast, relatively flat expanse of land, lower than the surrounding landscape; its valleys are wide and shallow.
Major watercourse fed by numerous smaller rivers; it empties into the sea.
Narrow strip of land between two bodies of water; it connects two larger expanses of land.
Vast expanse of land extending into the sea and connected to a continent.
Group of islands.
Body of water completely surrounded by land; it varies in size and depth.
Mouth of a river that is influenced by the tides; it forms an indentation in the coastline that varies in width and depth.
Expanse of land completely surrounded by water.
Natural arm of a sea between two coasts; it connects two bodies of water.
Vast body of saltwater at some distance inland; it is not as deep as an ocean.
Indentation in a shoreline that reaches far inland and is delimited by two capes.
A row of connected mountains characterized by high summits and deep valleys.
Vast expanse of relatively flat land that is characterized by grasses and is naturally devoid of trees.