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khansen vocab list 1

khanson vocab list 1

TermDefinition
reference map map that includes all possible correct relationships between a source system and target system
thematic map map that focuses on themes and topics
gps global positioning system
gis graphic information system
distance scale distance between two points on a map to the distance of the same points in full scale
directional indicator compass rose north,east,south,west
inset map a more detailed large scale map of a sertent area
legend key symbol or picture on a map
latitude the exact north-south position ofan object on the face of the earh
longetude the exact east-west position of an object on he face of the earth
equator imaginary line that stretches around the earth horizontally
prime meridian imaginary line that stretches from the north pole to the south pole
northern hemistphere 1/2 of the earth north of the equator
southern hemistphere 1/2 of the earth south of the equator
eastern hemistphere 1/2 of the earth east of the prime meridian
western hemistphere 1/2 of the earth west of the prime meridian
continents large areas of land that make up the land mass of the earth
map grid network of lines that form a grid of rectangular spaces on a map
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