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why are landforms important to us
Landforms are important because they give shape to the Earth. Landforms serve as geographical boundaries/barriers between two places. These landforms give rise to the lands humanity resides on. [ Landforms are important because they provide lands for people who seek shelter, and other oppportunities in agriculture and industrial. Landforms also serve as pathways to other places and they are
often used as defensive barriers. Mining and obtaining natural minerals is made possible because there are landforms. Without landforms there would also be no trees, vegetation, and even life.Landforms are important because they give shape to the Earth. Landforms serve as geographical boundaries/barriers between two places. These landforms give rise to the lands humanity resides on. Landforms are important because they provide lands for people who seek shelter, and other oppportunities in agriculture and industrial. Landforms also serve as pathways to other places and they are often used as defensive barriers. Mining and obtaining natural minerals is made possible because there are landforms. Without landforms there would also be no trees, vegetation, and even life.---If you like my answer hit GOOD :) ]
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