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UNIT 6 SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

Teacher: Coach Moody
Across
A hot dry wind that blows from the northeast or east in the western Sahara.
A steep cliff or slope between a higher and lower land surface.
Situation in which land is repeatedly farmed so that the soil nutrients are depleted.
The disposal of waste products.
Top layer of a rain forest, where the tops of trees form a continuous layer of leaves.
The practice of passing down stories from generation to generation by word of mouth.
Diamonds that are mined in war-torn areas and are used to finance wars.
A refugee within his or her own country.
A common language used among people with different native languages.
The population that an area will support without undergoing deterioration.
Referring to a mountainous area.
The set of systems that affect how well a place or organization operates, such as telephone or transportation systems, within a country.
Oftent riangular-shaped section of land as the waters of a river slow down and split into many channels.
Native to a place
A crack in Earth's surface created by shifting of tectonic plates.
Down
Pertaining to traditional religious beliefs in which nature and objects, such as animals and mountains, are thought to have spirits.
Illegal hunting
To adappt plant and animals from the wild for human use.
The destruction of land in arid and semi-arid climates.
Traditional oral historians, storytellers, singers, and musicians of West Africa.
Farming that provides the basic needs of a family member with little surplus.
A lower layer of the rain forest.
Fuel created from living matter, such as trees.
A large group of people descended from the same ancestor.
An area in which the properties of the land undergo a radical change.
Area with conditions for certain plants or animals to live.
Steppe region extending from Senegal to Somalia that receives little rainfall.