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_Geo Terms 43-55+

IMMS Geography vocabulary plus

Lines that run east to west and are measured north and south of the zero line. Lines of Latitude
Lines running north and south and are measured east or west of the zero line Lines of Longitude
The line that separates the northern and southern hemispheres. The Equator
The zero line of Longitude The Prime Meridian
The 180 degree line of Longitude with slight changes to reflect political boundaries. The International Date Line
Position on land level with the surface of a nearby ocean or sea. Sea Level
Body of water between a coastline and one or more islands off the coast Sound
Place where a river or stream begins, often in the highlands Source
Narrow stretch of water joining two larger bodies of water Strait
Small river or stream that flows into a larger river or stream; a branch of a river Tributary
Direction opposite the flow of a river, toward the source of a river or stream Upstream
Area of lowland between hills or mountains Valley
Mountain created as liquid rock or ash erupts from inside the Earth Volcano
The two lines that separate the Eastern and Western Hemispheres Prime meridian and the 180 degree line of longitude.
Changes in elevation over a given area of land. Relief
Large natural stream of water that runs through the land. River
Large body of water completely or partially surrounded by land. Sea
Land lying next to a sea or ocean. Seacoast
Created by: rudmanj