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Terms Unit 1

A book of maps Atlas.
Height above sea level elevation.
A map that shows people-made boundaries. Political Map.
The study of the earth/everything on it. Geography.
Makes comparison- uses symbols/ pics Pictograph.
Pre-shaped graph. Shows "whole" divided. Circle Graph.
Parallel lines that run East to West. Latitude Lines.
Climate or weather patterns in a specific place. Climograph.
Latitude line 66 1/2 degrees North. Artic Circle.
Latitude line 66 1/2 degrees South. Antartic Circle.
Meridians that run north/south on a map. Longitude.
A half of the earth. Hemisphere.
Average weather pattern of an area. Climate.
Height above sea level. Elevation.
A graphic way of presenting info in a organized way. Chart.
A small symbol that shows direction on a map. Compass rose.
Shows specific info like climate or population. Scale Bar.
Latitude/ Longitude lines cross each other. Grid System.
A guide to the symbols on a map. Map Key.
North, South, East, and West. Cardinal Directions.
The main line of latitude. Equator.
Created by: khriz1298