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11 Physical Geography of Europe

Warm dry wind that blow from the leeward side of mountains, sometimes melting snow & causing an avalanche; used mainly in Europe
Vegetable matter, mainly mosses, usually found in swamps; sometimes cut & burned as fuel in parts of western Europe
Mass of ice, snow or rock that slides down a mountainside
Soil that is permanently frozen below the surface in tundra & subarctic areas
Low-lying areas of the Netherlands from which seawater has been drained to create new farmland
A strong, northerly wind from the Alps, may bring very cold air to southern France
Hot winds from the North Africa deserts of Lybia, can bring desert air & dust
Type of vegetation made up of dense forests of shrubs & short trees, common in Mediterranean climates
Long steep-sided glacial valley now filled with seawater