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        Landforms

        Learn about different landforms and the various characteristics that make them distinct from one another in this multimedia gallery from WGBH. Landforms are natural formations on Earth’s surface that are found in locations across the planet. Landforms look different when they are viewed from the ground and from above (aerial). Students can use the media in this gallery to explore, identify, and compare ground and aerial views of various landforms to help them begin to identify representations of landforms on Earth.

        To view the Background Essay and Teaching Tips for this media gallery, go to Support Materials below. This resource was developed through WGBH’s Bringing the Universe to America’s Classrooms project, in collaboration with NASA. Click here for the full collection of resources.

        PLUM LANDING Hilliosity

        This PLUM LANDING video offers students opportunities to observe distinct characteristics of different types of hills.

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        PLUM LANDING A Valid Valley

        This PLUM LANDING video offers students opportunities to observe and identify distinct characteristics of a valley.

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        Views of Landforms

        The slideshow offers students opportunities to observe, identify and describe landform characteristics and compare ground and aerial views of various landforms.

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        PLUM LANDING Earth to Blorb: Mountains!

        This PLUM LANDING video offers students opportunities to observe and describe distinct characteristics of a mountain.

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