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Landforms by Picture

Can you name the landforms that are pictured below?
We give you the first letter of the answers as a hint
Please don't argue about the definition of "landform" - these all appear here
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Last updated: March 28, 2018
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level 73
Mar 28, 2018
Is crevasse different from a chasm?
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level 72
Mar 28, 2018
I think a crevasse is specifically a crack in ice, but I might have made that up.
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level 75
Mar 28, 2018
A crevasse can be a crack in a lot of things, but it is used as the specific term for one in a glacier or other mass of ice.
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level 61
Apr 5, 2018
Yeah, I am inclined to think that chasm should be accepted, too. Crevasse is the better, more fitting answer--and I got it after chasm didn't work--but chasm is not wrong. It is simply more general.
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level 56
Aug 6, 2018
Ah, I had no idea that crevice and crevasse were different things!
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level 56
Mar 28, 2018
It's been a while since my Geomorphology class. I could not remenber HooDoo for the life of me. But it came to at the last moment out of nowhere.
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level 31
Mar 28, 2018
What are Landforms (I'm Not Dumb)
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level 68
Mar 29, 2018
hmmm...
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level 80
Mar 29, 2018
Have you heard of Google?
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level 58
Jul 31, 2018
There's pictures here...
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level 70
Aug 6, 2018
There is pictures here? What the what?
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level 71
Mar 28, 2018
Also accept fiord (hence Fiordland)?
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level 35
Mar 29, 2018
Seconded.
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level 70
Mar 28, 2018
I studied geography in U.K., 1974-81, no mention of hoodoo. Perhaps it's not a term used over here?
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level 56
Aug 6, 2018
It seems to be a term used in the USA and Canada - it's not one we use over here in Britain.
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level 65
Aug 6, 2018
Well, I'm from Canada and I tried "hat."
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level 53
Aug 7, 2018
Wikipedia lists the synonyms as tent rock, fairy chimney, and earth pyramid, but hoodoo is the most commonly used. I'm guessing it's not called that in the UK just because they don't seem to exist in many places outside of the southwestern US.
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level 75
Mar 29, 2018
Never heard of a hoodoo outside of a voodoo reference.
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level 75
Jun 1, 2018
Some beautiful ones in Bryce Canyon in Utah
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level 67
Aug 6, 2018
They're called "tent rocks" usually. Hoodoo is an American term.
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level 68
Aug 6, 2018
That you do so well!
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level 66
Mar 30, 2018
I like the French term for 'hoodoos'......demoiselles coiffées ("ladies with hairdos").
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level 75
Mar 30, 2018
I call them "cheminées de fées". By the way, they have other names in English too, I know the initial is given, but maybe fairy chimney and earth pyramid could be accepted.
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level 74
Aug 6, 2018
Does anyone recognize the delta? Just curious.
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level 47
Aug 6, 2018
Looks like Bangladesh to me.
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level 60
Aug 6, 2018
According to the image source it is in Myanmar.
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level 47
Aug 6, 2018
Yes, It's indeed Bangladesh. Is the Ganges Sundarban Delta. The picture also has a little bit of India and Myanmar.
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level 71
Aug 6, 2018
Never heard of a 'hoodoo' and I passed A level geography.
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level 74
Aug 6, 2018
I think QM hoodooed us on that last one. Never heard of it.
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level 56
Aug 6, 2018
Only hoodoo I ever heard of was the one in "Born on the Bayou" by Creedence Clearwater Revival...the context doesn't suggest it's an odd looking geological formation that I've never heard of in my adult life. The fact that the representation appears to be a drawing makes me suspicious.
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level 74
Aug 6, 2018
Arch? really? I could have guessed that
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level 74
Aug 7, 2018
Well, shoot, then it was a terrible clue for this "Landforms that Kalbahamut Can't Identify by Picture" quiz ;)
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level 30
Aug 7, 2018
Haha I didn't get atoll but I guessed ARCHipelago. Nice surprise
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level 67
Aug 6, 2018
Was trying to figure out what type of landform Cape Cod was....hmmm.....Cape Cod......Cape Cod.....maybe a cape. Bingo!