Geographic Features by Time Zone

Name these geographic features, each located in different time zones.
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Last updated: February 9, 2014
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Island Amelia Earhart was searching for, but disappeared
Howland Island
Active submerged volcano, 28 miles east of Ta'u
Vailulu'u Seamount
Volcano continually erupting since 1983
Island in the Marquesas with coral reef on top of mountain
Fatu Huku
Northernmost point in the United States
Point Barrow
Lake on the border of California and Nevada
Lake Tahoe
On-time geyser in Yellowstone National Park
Old Faithful
Active volcano 43 miles southeast of Mexico City
Ecuadorian volcano whose summit is the farthest point from the Earth's center
World's highest waterfall, located in Venezuela
Angel Falls
In Bolivia's Potosí and Oruro departments, the world's largest salt pan
Salar de Uyuni
National Park in western coastal Newfoundland
Gros Morne
Huge waterfall on border of Paraná, Brazil and Misiones, Argentina
Iguazu Falls
World's largest island (in this time zone except in a few locations)
Highest mountain in Cape Verde, with the same name as the island
Pico de Fogo
The largest reservoir by surface in the world, located in Ghana
Lake Volta
Distinctly shaped Swiss mountain
Waterfall on border of Zambia and Zimbabwe
Victoria Falls
"Empty Quarter" in Saudi Arabia: the largest sand desert in the world
Rub' al Khali
Mountain range encompassing most of western Iran
Archipelago east of Barents Sea, west of Kala Sea; Severny and Yuzhny Islands
Novaya Zemlya
Mountain pass connecting Afghanistan and Pakistan, in the Spin Ghar Mountains
Khyber Pass
Rapidly depleting lake on Uzbek/Kazakh border
Aral Sea
"Eastern" and "Western" mountain ranges flanking India's seashores
Highest mountain in the world, known as Sagarmatha and Chomolungma
Mount Everest
Largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forests in the world; Bangladesh
Myanmar's largest river, with Mandalay lying at its banks
Irrawaddy River
Island across the Strait of Malacca from the Malay Peninsula; Medan is biggest city
Lowest, hottest, driest place in all of China
Turpan Depression
Highest volume freshwater lake in the world, in Irkutsk Oblast and Buryat Republic
Lake Baikal
Sandstone rock formation in Australia's Northern Territory also called Ayers Rock
Largest island in the Bismarck Archipelago of Papua New Guinea
New Britain
Crescent-shaped volcanic remnant island 370 miles directly east of Port Macquarie
Lord Howe Island
Most northerly Japanese island with cities like Sapporo and Asahikawa
Australian territory with capital Kingston
Norfolk Island
Island almost on Equator; world's smallest republic; depleted phosphate reserves
New Zealand archipelago territory called Rekohu in the indigenous Moriori
Chatham Islands
Main island of the Kingdom of Tonga, where the capital, Nuku'alofa, is located
I-Kiribati and American chain of eleven atolls in central Pacific, stretching 2,300 miles
Line Islands
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