An archipelago is agroup or chain of islands clusteredtogether in a sea or ocean.
An atoll is a ring (or partial ring) of coralthat forms an island inan ocean or sea.
A bay is a body of water that is partlyenclosed by land (and isusually smaller than agulf).
A butte is a flat-topped rock or hill formationwith steep sides.
A canyon is a deepvalley with very steepsides - often carvedfrom the Earth by ariver.
A cape is a pointed piece of land thatsticks out into a sea,ocean, lake, or river.
A cave is alarge hole inthe ground or in the side of ahill or mountain.
A channel is a body of water that connects twolarger bodies of water (like the EnglishChannel). A channel isalso a part of a river or harbor that is deepenough to let ships sailthrough.
A cliff is a steepface of rock andsoil.
The land mass onEarth is dividedinto continents.The seven currentcontinents areAfrica, Antarctica,Asia, Australia,Europe, NorthAmerica, andSouth America.
A cove is small,horseshoe-shaped bodyof water along thecoast; the water issurrounded by landformed of soft rock.
A delta is a low, wateryland formed at the mouthof a river. It is formedfrom the silt, sand andsmall rocks that flowdownstream in the river and are deposited in thedelta. A delta is often (butnot always) shaped like atriangle (hence its name,delta, a Greek letter thatis shaped like a triangle).