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Archipelago—A group of islands. atoll—A group of coral islands that surrounds a sunken volcanic island. colonization—The arrival of living things on an island. continent—A large area of land. continental drift—The slow movement of continents across Earth’s surface. continental islands—Islands that sit on land that is connected to continents. coral island—An island that forms on top of a coral reef. coral reef—A hard, stony structure built underwater by small, softbodied animals called corals. erosion—The process of soil, sand, and other materials being worn away in one place and carried to another place by water or wind.
Seawater now separates this island from Greenland. Some scientists think the glacier melted because of global warming. indd 29 8/11/09 4:30:44 PM Glossary adaptation—A change in a living thing that helps it to survive. archipelago—A group of islands. atoll—A group of coral islands that surrounds a sunken volcanic island. colonization—The arrival of living things on an island. continent—A large area of land. continental drift—The slow movement of continents across Earth’s surface. continental islands—Islands that sit on land that is connected to continents.
Van Rose, Susanna. Earth. New York: Dorling Kindersley, 2005. Webster, Christine. Islands. : Capstone Press, 2006. indd 32 Christina Wilsdon has written articles and books on science and natural history for more than two decades. She is the author of Oceans, Deserts and Droughts, Climates, Weathering and Erosion, and other earth science books.