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unit 1 vocab

door of maps atias
hight above sea level elevation
a map showing what an areas land is used for land use map
the main line of latitude equator
average weather pattern of an area climate
a map that shows an areasresources\products resouce map
a small symbol that shows direction on a map compass rose
north,south,east,west cardinal diections
climate or weather patterns in a specific place climo graph
a guide to the symblos on a map map key
a graph that compares info bar graph
a graphic way of presenting info in a pronized way chart
a half of the earth hemisphere
LATITUDE latitude
a ball-shaped map of the earth globe
the main line of longitude prim mevidian
study of the earth and land and pepole on it geogerphy
latitude/longitude lines that cross each other grid system
how far and in what direction one place is to another relative location
latitude line 66 1\2 north arctic cirle
latitude line 66 1\2 south antarctic cirle
meridian (lines) that run north\south on a map and globe longitude
thte distance in real life and on a map map scale
measure distance on a map scale bar
pie-shaped graph. shows whole divided cirle graph
averge number of people per square mile populaion denisty
makes comparison using symobles or pictures pictographs
a map showing people -made boudaries politcal map
a map showing elevation physical map
Created by: maddiecuesta98