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chaper one voc.

Rowe-World Geo. Chp. 1 Voc. CHS

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Absolute Location A specific place on Earth that can be identified by its latitude and longitude
Cardinal Directions North, East, South, West
Compass Rose Indicates which direction is North on a map
Hemisphere Half of the world
Human Geography The study of human activities
Intermediate Directions Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, and Northwest
Latitude Lines on a map which go the same way as the equator - East and West
Legend Tells you what the symbols on a map mean
Longitude Lines on a map which go the same way as the Prime Meridian - North and South
Physical Geography The study of the Earth's physical features and physical systems
Relative Locations Where a place is in relationship to other places on Earth; it can be found using cardinal and intermediate directions(location in relation to other places; for example, Mexico is South of Texas)
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