A feature on Earth's surface
The highest of Earth's landforms. Mountains often have steep sides and pointed tops.
An area of low land lying between hills or mountains.
The process that causes rocks to crumble, crack and break.
A mound of wind blown sand.
Wide flat lands
A large stream of water that flows across the land.
The carrying away of weathered materials.
A large mass of ice in motion.
A violent storm with strong winds and heavy rains
A violent, whirling wind that moves across the ground in a narrow path
A great rush of water over usually dry land.
A sudden movement in the rocks that make up Earth's crust.
An opening in the surface of Earth
Landforms that are shorter and rounder than mountains.
Flat-topped hills or mountains.
A deep, narrow valley with steep sides
Very large bodies of salt water that cover three-forths of Earth's surface.
The part of Earth where the ocean meets the land.
A part of a lake or ocean that extends into the land.