Term Definition
Archivist a person whose job is to develop and manage a collection of historical documents or records of a government, a family, a place or an organization; the place where these records are stored
Archaeologist a person who studies cultures of the past, and of periods of history by examining the parts of buildings and objects found in the ground
Conservator a person who is responsible for repairing and preserving works of art, buildings and other things of cultural interest
Curator ​a person whose job is to be in charge of the objects or works of art in a museum or an art gallery, etc.
Ecosystem ​all the plants and living creatures in a particular area considered in relation to their physical environment
Eroding to gradually destroy the surface of something through the action of wind, rain, etc.; to be gradually destroyed in this way
Extinct (of a type of plant, animal, etc.) no longer in existence
Fletch a fin-shaped stabilizing device attached to arrows commonly made of plastic or feathers
Ice patch sheets of snow and ice that do not move and remain frozen throughout the year
Pingo A mound of earth-covered ice found only in areas with permafrost
Pomp ​the impressive clothes, decorations, music, etc. and traditional customs that are part of an official occasion or ceremony
Sea the saltwater that covers most of the earth’s surface and surrounds its continents and islands
Sinew a strong band of tissue in the body that joins a muscle to a bone