About land
Land, also known as dry land, ground, or earth, is the solid terrestrial surface of Earth not submerged by the ocean or another body of water. It makes up 29.2% of Earth's surface and includes all continents and islands. Earth's land surface is almost entirely covered by regolith, a layer of rock, soil, and minerals that forms the outer part of the crust. Land plays important roles in Earth's climate system and is involved in the carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, and water cycle. One third of land is covered in trees, another third is used for agriculture, and 10% is covered in permanent snow and glaciers.

Land

aerial view of grass land
aerial view of grass land
brown grass field near lake under blue sky during daytime
brown grass field near lake under blue sky during daytime
grass field during daytime
grass field during daytime
brown and green grass field
brown and green grass field
green grass field near mountains under white clouds and blue sky during daytime
green grass field near mountains under white clouds and blue sky during daytime
brown grass field under white clouds during daytime
brown grass field under white clouds during daytime
bird's eye photography of body of water
bird's eye photography of body of water
bird flying over the sea during daytime
bird flying over the sea during daytime
aerial view of green trees and river
aerial view of green trees and river
water droplets on green leaf
water droplets on green leaf
wet field at daytime
wet field at daytime
woman in black jacket standing on brown tree log in forest during daytime
woman in black jacket standing on brown tree log in forest during daytime
green grass field near mountain during daytime
green grass field near mountain during daytime
green trees under white clouds
green trees under white clouds
green grass field under blue sky during daytime
green grass field under blue sky during daytime