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lines of lattitude lines that run east and west around the earth
lines of longitude lines that run north and south around the earth
elevation height above sea level
Tropical Zone climate zone in the low latitudes
compass rose pointer for cardinal directions: north, south, east and west
renewable resource a natural resource that can be replaced (water, wind)
non-renewable resource a resource that cannot be replaced (coal, gas)
vegetation plants
Geography study of relationship between physical features, climate, and people
key legend: box in which a map's symbols are explained
equator imaginary line running east and west around the earth
hemisphere one of the halves of the earth as divided by the earth as divided by the equator or a meridian
temperate zone a climate zone farther away from the Arctic Circle
parallel north to south they never touch
meridian longitude east or west of the Prime Meridian
environment earth's natural surrounding
distribution map map that shows population density
physical map map that shows land forms
isthmus narrow strip of land connecting 2 larger pieces of land
Polar Zone North of the ArcticSouth of the Antarctic
archipelago a group of chain of islands
cataract another name for a waterfall
delta triangular shaped land form at the mouth of a river
desert dry barren land without trees
scale helps estimate real distances on earth
climate the average weather conditions of a place over a long span of time
weather the state of the atmosphere
prime meridian imaginary line running north and south around the earth
Created by: jutobr