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BELT
TECTONIC
NORTH AMERICAN CONTINENT
CAUCASUS MOUNTAINS
CENTRAL EUROPE
SOUTH
MID-OCEAN RIDGES
PING RIVER
OROGENIC BELTS
NORTH
MOUNTAIN CHAINS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Mountain chains are covered with pasture, and its valleys with forests. (Web site)
  2. Mountain chains are uncommon in Aegean and Marmara Regions, this regions mostly display the property of being hollow. (Web site)
  3. These mountain chains are separated from each other by the wide plain areas, which are at the central parts of Anatolia. (Web site)
  4. These mountain chains are separated from each other by tributaries of the Rhine: the Moselle (Mosel), the Lahn and the Nahe. (Web site)

Belt

  1. This belt of mountain chains was formed during the Alpine orogeny. (Web site)

Tectonic

  1. The passive margins are relatively free of mountain chains and tectonic activity.

North American Continent

  1. These collisions added to the growth of the North American continent and its mountain chains. (Web site)

Caucasus Mountains

  1. The Caucasus Mountains, located between the Black and Caspian seas, comprise two major folded mountain chains divided along their entire extent by lowlands.

Central Europe

  1. A gap in these mountain chains in central Europe separates the Alps from the Carpathians off to the east.

South

  1. The northern half of Lower Saxony is absolutely flat, but there are two mountain chains in the south: the Weserbergland ("Weser Hilly Region") and the Harz. (Web site)

Mid-Ocean Ridges

  1. Mid-ocean ridges are vast mountain chains in the ocean and are as tall if not taller than mountain chains on land. (Web site)

Ping River

  1. The source of the Ping River is in the mountain chains in Chiang Dao district of Chiang Mai province.
  2. Lamphun is located in the river valley of the Ping River, surrounded by mountain chains.

Orogenic Belts

  1. Orogenic belts are commonly mountain chains now, usually due to uplift after the main orogenic episode or orogeny. (Web site)

North

  1. Albania and northern Greece have mountain chains running from north to south.

Mountain Chains

  1. To the north it is bounded by the Lake Lucerne (Vierwaldstttersee), to all other directions by mountain chains.
  2. Hotspot volcanism results in the formation of isolated mountains and mountain chains that are not necessarily on tectonic plate boundaries. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Lake Lucerne
  2. Orogenic Belts
  3. Ping River
  4. Mid-Ocean Ridges
  5. Tectonic Plate Boundaries
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