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basic geo term

unit 1 vocab

door of maps atlas
hight above sea level elevation
study of the earth and everything on it geography
the main line of latitude eqautor
average weather pattern of an area climate
a map that shows an area's resources/products reasource map
a small symbol that shows direction on a map compass rose
North, South, East, West cardinal directions
climate and weatherpatterns in a specific place climograph
a ball shaped map of the earth globe
latitude/longitude lines cross each other grid system
a guide to the symbols on a map map key
a graph that compares information bar graph
a graphic way of presenting info in a organized way chart
a half of the earth hemisphere
latitude latitude
a map of people-made boundaries political maps
the main line of longituded prime meridian
how far and in what direction one place is to another relative lcation
relationship between the distance in real life and the distance on a map map scale
latitude line 66 1/2 degresse north artic circle
latitude line 66 1/2 degresse south artic circle
meridians that run north/south on a map or globe longitude
measures distance on a map scale bar
pie shaped graph. shows whole divided circle graph
avrage number of people per sqaure mile population density
makes comparison using symbols or pictures pictographs
a map shows elevation pysical map