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Continent largest landmass, there are seven
Mountain a natural elevation of the earth's surface rising more or less abruptly to a summit, and attaining an altitude greater than that of a hill, usually greater than 2000 ft
Peninsula a piece of land that juts out with water on three sides
Lake a body of water completely surrounded by land
Island a piece of land completely surrounded by water
River narrow strip of flowing water
Ocean largest body of water, salt
Atlas a book of maps
Scale shows what distances on the map are equal to in reality on earth
Key/Legend part of the map that explains its symbols
Direction the point along which something faces or a line along which it moves
Political Map map that shows man-made features
Physical Map map that shows natural features (land and water forms)
Special Purpose Map map that shows one particular topic or subject
Climate the average temperature and precipitation for a place over the course of a year+
Natural Vegetation the typical plant life that grows natuarally in a given climate zone
Time Zone division on the globe of 15 degrees, each representing a different hour of the day
Rotation the earth's movement around its axis (24 hours)
Revolution the earth's movement around the sun (365 1/4 days)
Latitude horizontal lines that measure the distance North and South of the Equator
Longitude vertical lines that measure the distance East and West of the Prime Meridian
Created by: arobinson