Physical features in geography include bodies of water and landforms, for example, oceans, mountains, lakes, rivers, plateaus, plains, streams, hills, bays, gulfs, volcanoes, canyons, valleys and peninsulas are all vario... More »

Physical geography, which deals with the physical factors of a region, is a geographical sub-field concerned with the features, processes and patterns that make up the natural environment. Physical geography is typically... More »

Physical geography is the study of all natural forms and processes in an environment. It is one of the two subsets of geography and earth sciences, the other being the study of human geography. More »

Major landforms include plains, plateaus, hills and mountains, whereas minor landforms encompass smaller natural features such as buttes, canyons, valleys and basins. These landforms came about as the result of erosion o... More »

Jamaica's landforms consist of mountains in the east of the country, valleys and plateaus in the central region and coastal plains and rugged hills in the west. The country is comprised of a large island in addition to s... More »

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The landforms taught in home school vary depending on the grade level of the student, but common landforms include mountains, valleys, hills, plains and plateaus. Others include deserts, volcanoes, islands and peninsulas... More »

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The landforms in New Zealand include mountains and uplifts, sinking basins and valleys, volcanoes, plains, fjords, caves and plateaus. New Zealand sits on an active plate boundary. The relentless compression of the crust... More »