A LandForm is the class of geographically and/or geologically distinct areas that occur on Earth's surface, including mountains, hills, plains, valleys, deltas, and features of submerged land areas such as the ocean floor.
||Butte||A Butte is an Upland raised sharply from the surrounding region. Smaller in area than a Mesa.|
| ||Hill||A Hill is a raised part of the earth's surface with sloping sides - an old mountain which because of erosion has become shorter and more rounded.|
| ||Mesa||A Mesa is a land formation having a relatively flat top and steep rock walls.|
| ||Mountain||A Mountain is a high, rocky LandForm, usually with steep sides and a pointed or rounded top, and higher than a Hill.|
| ||MountainRange||A MountainRange is a row or chain of connected mountains.|
| ||Plateau||A Plateau is a flat upland area with one steep face, elevated plain.|
| ||WatershedDivide||A WatershedDivide is a summit area, or narrow tract of higher ground that constitutes the watershed boundary between two adjacent drainage basins, it divides the surface waters that flow naturally in one direction from those that flow in the opposite direction.|