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continent
a large area of land, such as North America
prairie
flat or rolling grassland with few or no trees
precipitation
rain, sleet, and snow are examples
ecosystem
the area where animals and plants come together to live in a natural way
glacier
a huge sheet of ice
waterway
could be a lake, a river, or a stream
growing season
the number of days during which it is warm enough to grow most crops
environment
this refers to the natural world
landform
another word for a natural land feature
climate
the temperatures and weather patterns of an area
natural hazard
a tornado is an example
conservation
the protection of natural resources by using them wisely
hub
a center for trade and transportation
temperate climate
a region that is not extremely hot or cold
meteorologist
a scientist who studies the weather
arboretum
a place that encourages conservation of plants and trees