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The four major types include oceans, seas, rivers, and lakes. Oceans and Seas Oceans and seas, almost all of which contain salt water, are the largest bodies of water on Earth. The major oceans of the world include the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and Arctic Oceans. Seas, usually smaller than oceans, are often landlocked, or surrounded by land on all sides. An exception is the Caribbean Sea, which opens into the Atlantic Ocean. Land Surface Relief and Elevation 25,000 7,600 20,000 6,000 10,000 3,000 Feet 4,500 High relief 5,000 High relief 0 Sea Level Low relief Moderate relief Low relief 1,500 0 Meters 15,000 Land varies in relief and elevation all across the earth.

C. Tenn. H. Mass. I. ATLANTIC OCEAN Miss. Ala. Ga. Texas PACIFIC OCEAN MEXICO 160° W 155° W Fla. Gulf of Mexico ARCTIC OCEAN Hawaii PACIFIC OCEAN 20° N 0 30° N La. 70° N 140 mi Alaska 0 140 km 130° W 180°W 0 0 350 mi 60° N 350 km 50° N Marine Mediterranean Highland Steppe Desert 0 170° W 160° W 150° W 140° W 0 200 200 Humid continental Humid subtropical Cuba Tropical Tundra Subarctic 20° N 400 miles 400 kilometers Location Climates in the United States vary as widely as its land regions. What state has a tundra climate region?

L CANADA Wash. Calif. 80° W Ky. Ark. 40° N Pa. Conn. J. Del. Va. Md. C. C. Tenn. H. Mass. I. ATLANTIC OCEAN Miss. Ala. Ga. Texas PACIFIC OCEAN MEXICO 160° W 155° W Fla. Gulf of Mexico ARCTIC OCEAN Hawaii PACIFIC OCEAN 20° N 0 30° N La. 70° N 140 mi Alaska 0 140 km 130° W 180°W 0 0 350 mi 60° N 350 km 50° N Marine Mediterranean Highland Steppe Desert 0 170° W 160° W 150° W 140° W 0 200 200 Humid continental Humid subtropical Cuba Tropical Tundra Subarctic 20° N 400 miles 400 kilometers Location Climates in the United States vary as widely as its land regions.

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