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A landscape consists of a group of landforms that need to be described.
Lanscapes can be described in the feild with reference to a a map, and by drawing and labelling a feild scetch.
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A lanscape can also be described from a photograph.
The height in meters of a nuber of prominent point or areas.
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relief the general shape of the land and the differences in height between the lower and higher areas.
The slope of the land - steep, gentle or flat.
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the shape of the upland areas - jagged, craggy or smooth.
The shape of the valleys - flat floored, u shaped, v shaped and gorges
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The nature of the surface of diffrent areas - rock outcrops, loose rock fragments or soil covered.
The presence of water - lakes, sea, rivers and waterfalls.
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Card 2

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The height in meters of a nuber of prominent point or areas.

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A lanscape can also be described from a photograph.

Card 3

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The slope of the land - steep, gentle or flat.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

The shape of the valleys - flat floored, u shaped, v shaped and gorges

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

The presence of water - lakes, sea, rivers and waterfalls.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5

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