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Final Exam Review 1

Basics

TermDefinition
Atlas Book of maps.
Elevation Height above sea level.
Geography Study of earth (land + people).
Artic Circle Lattitude line 66 1/2 degrees north.
Anartic circle Lattitude line 66 1/2 degrees south.
Longitude Meridian (lines) that run north + south on a map or globe.
Lattitude Equator (lines) that run both east + west on a map or globe.
Thematic Map Map that shows specific info like climate or population.
Scale bar Measures distance on map.
Cardinal Directions North,East,South,West.
Map Scale The relationship between the distance between 2 places in real life and on map.
Hemisphere A half of the earth.
Equator The main line of lattitude.
Circle Graph Pie-shaped graph shows "whole" divided.
Globe A ball shaped model of earth.
Population Density Average # of people per square mile.
Bar Graph A graph that compares information.
Grid System When lattitude/longitude lines cross.
Climograph Shows climate/weather patterns in specific areas.
Pictographs Makes comparisons using symbols.
Relative Location How far and what direction 1 place is to another.
Chart A graphic way of presenting infromation in an organized way.
Political Map A map showing people -made boundries.
Physical Map A map that shows elevation.
Map Key A guide that shows what colors and symbols mean on a map.
Climate Average weather pattern of an area.
Absolute location The exact position of a place on earth.
Compass rose Small symbol that shows directions on a map.
Created by: JacobCooper