A place in which a plant or an animal lives.
A rope used to pull up a sail.
A sheltered area of water where ships may anchor safely.
A barbed spear used in hunting large fish.
A larger diameter rope used for towing large vessels & barges.
Lightning that can be seen, but is too far away for the thunder to be heard.
Half of the earth usually referred to as eastern or western; northern or southern.
A number of animals kept, feeding, or traveling together.
A plant eater.
A term for a boulder problem that is so high, falling when close to the top could cause serious injury. Some highballs have anchor bolts at the top to allow for protected top-rope climbing.
A raised area or mount of land. (see more about hills)
A loop around an object then back around itself.
An eroded, steeply tilted ridge of resistant rocks with equal slopes on the sides.
To sharpen hooks or knives with a stone.
A column or pillar of bizarre shape caused by differential erosion on rocks of different hardness.
Ground sheet often used by the military for shelters.
A distinct layer of soil encountered in vertical section.
The amount of water vapor in the atmosphere.
Uneven, lumpy terrain.
The black material on top of the soil resulting from the decay of dead material.
The study of the surface waters of the Earth.
The growing of plants, especially vegetables, in water containing essential mineral nutrients rather than in soil.
Otherwise known as heat exhaustion, heatstroke or sunstroke, occurs when the body absorbs too much heat. Heat regulation within the body becomes compromised, leading to a rapid climb in body temperature requiring immediate medical attention.
Also adrenal exhaustion or adrenal fatigue. Responsible for the short-term stress response known as “fight or flight,” the adrenal glands can function improperly when overstressed, leading to fatigue, mood disorders and depression.
A condition where your body loses more heat than it produces. (see more about hypothermia)