A landform is a feature on the Earth's surface that is part of the terrain. Mountains, hills, plateaus, and plains are the four major types of landforms. Minor landforms include buttes, canyons, valleys, and basins. Tectonic plate movement under the Earth can create landforms by pushing up mountains and hills.
What are the most common types of landforms?
A landform is a natural physical feature of the Earth's surface largely defined by its form and location in the landscape. Examples of landforms include oceans, rivers, valleys, plateaus, mountains, plains, hills and glaciers.
What are the different landforms and Waterforms?
Gross physical features or landforms include intuitive elements such as berms, mounds, hills, ridges, cliffs, valleys, rivers, peninsulas, volcanoes, and numerous other structural and size-scaled (i.e. ponds vs. lakes, hills vs. mountains) elements including various kinds of inland and oceanic waterbodies and sub-