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What is absolute location? The exact location of of a place. person or thing. For example longitude an latitude coordiantes, an address. city etc.
what is relative location? Is teh approximate locaton to something in relation to another place. For example, Kiara sits near Kyla, the swimming pool is beside the skate park
What are the five themes of Geographical Inquiry? Place Region Interaction of humans Movement Environment
Eastings vertical lines on a topographic map running north/south increasing the further east they are
Northings lines running on a topographic map horizontally(east/west) increasing the further north
AR Area Reference...eastings given first, then the northings
Contour Lines connect points at same height above sea level. The closer the contour lines the steeper the gradient.
Map of the world, topographic map
Place relative, absolute location and physical charcteristics
Regions formal, functional and venercular
Interactions How humans depend and adapt to the environemnt
Movement movement of people, goods and ideas
Environment How humans modify the environment
Topographic Map shows varying shapes, heights and slopes using contour lines
Created by: mgclass