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CP Goegraphy Vocab

QuestionAnswer
Reference Map A highly generalized map
Thematic Map A map made to draw a specific theme
GPS Global Positioning Service
Reference Map A highly generalized map
Thematic Map A map made to draw a specific theme
GPS Global Positioning Service
GIS Geographical Information System
Distance Scale A scale used on maps to show distance
Directional Indicator A compass that shows you where you are heading and where you are actually going
Inset Map A small map within a larger map
Legend A table on a map used to explain symbols
Equator The circle across Earth that is at equal distances of the North and South Pole
Latitude The distance north or south on the Earth's surface
Prime Meridian The meridian which east and west are reckoned
Longitude The distance east or west on the Earth's surface
Northern Hemisphere The northern half of the world above the equator
Equator The circle across Earth that is at equal distances of the North and South Pole
Southern Hemisphere The southern half of the world below the equator
Eastern Hemisphere The eastern side of the World marked at the prime meridian
Western Hemisphere The western side of the world marked at the prime meridian
Continents The main landmasses that make up the Earth
Map Grid A display of geographic reference grids on a map
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