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kayak first test

Continents Oceans Hemispheres Climate Zones Latitude Lines

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What is the name of the latitude line at 90 degrees north of the Equator? North Pole
What is the name of the latitude line at 90 degrees south of the Equator? South Pole
What latitude line is 66.5 degrees north of the Equator? Arctic Circle
What latitude line is 66.5 degrees south of the Equator? Antarctic Circle
What climate zone is located between the Arctic Circle and the Tropic of Cancer AND between the Antarctic Circle and the Tropic of Capricorn? Temperate Zone
What climate zone is located between the TROPIC of Cancer and the TROPIC of Capricorn? Tropical Zone
What climate zone is located between the Arctic Circle and the North POLE AND between the Antarctic Circle and the South POLE? Polar Zone
What ocean is located around the North Pole? Arctic Ocean
What ocean is located south of India and east of Africa? Indian Ocean
What ocean is located around Antarctica? Southern Ocean
What continent is south of North America and contains the following countries: Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador and Chile? South America
What continent is north of Africa and contains the following countries: Spain, Germany, Italy, and Ireland? Europe
What continent contains the United States, Canada, Mexico and Central America? North America
What continent is south of Europe and contains Egypt, Kenya, South Africa and Sudan? Africa
Which continent is the largest and contains China, Japan, India, and Vietnam? Asia
What continent is sometimes called the "Island" continent and is made up of only one country? Australia
What kind of map shows elevation? Physical map
What kind of map shows borders and boundaries? Political map
A climate map is an example of what kind of map? Thematic Map
What is climate? Climate is the average weather conditions for a specific region over a period of time.
What is a a latitude line? Latitude is the distance north or south of the equator.
What is the equator? The equator is the 0 degree latitude line half way between the North and South Pole. It is 0 degrees latitude.
Where is the Tropic of Capricorn located? 23.5 degrees south of the equator
Where is the Tropic of Cancer located? 23.5 degrees north of the equator
What ocean is located west of North America and South America? Pacific Ocean
What ocean is located east of North America and South America? Atlantic Ocean
Where is the Western Hemisphere and name one continent located there? West of the Prime Meridian Any of the following continents: North America, South America and Antarctica
Where is the Eastern Hemisphere and name one continent located there? East of the Prime MeridianAny of the following continents:Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica
Where is the Northern Hemisphere and name one continent located there? North of the EquatorAny of the following continents: North America, Europe, and Asia
Where is the Southern Hemisphere and name one continent located there? South of the equatorAny of the following continents: South America, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica
What continent is located at the South Pole? Antarctica
What is the most important longitude line? Prime Meridian at 0 degrees longtitude
Created by: laurenyean on 2008-09-26



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