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Landform
Physical features on the Earth's surface, such as plains, mountains, hills, and valleys. Each landform is unique because of its shape and the way it came to be made.
Mountain Range
A group of connected mountains.
Piedmont
An area at or neat the foot of a mountain.
Sea level
Level of the surface of the oceans.
Plateau
Broad area of high, mostly flat land.
Basin
Low, bowl-shaped land with higher ground all around it.
Volcano
An opening in the Earth through which hot lava, gases,ash, and rocks may pour out.
Elevation
Height of the land in relation to sea level.
Contour Line
Connects all points of equal elevation on a map.