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Study the word list: GCSE Geography: Cold Environments

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Word list: GCSE Geography: Cold Environments

biodiversity Biodiversity is the measure of how many different species live in a particular ecosystem.
extraction Mineral extraction is the removal of commercially valuable amounts of solid mineral resources from the earth.
fragile A fragile environment is a natural area that is easily disturbed and difficult to restore.
infrastructure Infrastructure refers to the basic equipment a place needs to function (e.g. roads, sewage, water) .
minerals Minerals include ores, which contain metals, such as iron; precious stones, such as diamonds; building stones, such as granite; and solid fuels, such as coal.
permafrost Permafrost is ground that is permanently frozen.
polar The polar regions surround the north and south poles.
tundra Tundra is a biome where the ground is frozen for most of the year and there is very little precipitation.
wilderness A wilderness area is a natural environment that is left intact and undisturbed by human activity.

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