A disturbance or shaking of the Earth’s surface due to underground movement.
A wavelike disturbance in the tropical easterly winds that usually moves from east to west. Such waves can grow into tropical depressions.
The vertical gridlines on a map so called because their numeric value increases from west to east.
Tidal currents that are moving away from the beach.
Measuring distances from objects by sound.
The cutting off of light (total or partial) from one celestial body by another.
A community of organisms interacting with one another and with the environment in which they live.
Water that flows from a sewage treatment plant after it has been treated.
A nutrient parcel attached to a seed which insects eat.
The height of a point on the Earth’s surface above sea level.
The best thing to cook on if using a wood fire. When the flames have died down and the part-burnt wood glows orange or white, it is the most efficient heat to cook on.
The internal organs, especially the intestines; viscera.
All the living and nonliving things that are around a living thing.
An imaginary circle around the earth, halfway between the north and south poles; the largest circumference of the Earth.
The process in which a material is worn away by a stream of liquid (water) or air.
Estimated time of arival.
The change in form that water goes through when it turns from a liquid to a gas.
An external skeleton that supports and protects the animal’s body.