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Unit one vocab

A book of maps Atlas
Hight above sea level elevation
The main line of latitude Equater
Average number of people per sq. mile Population Density
Pie shaped Graph shows "whole" divided Circle graph
The main line of longitude The prime meridian
north south east west Cardinal Directions
What are ordinal directions North west North east South West
Climate or weather patterns in a specific place Clinogragh
A map that shows an areas elevations Phisical Map
Average Weather pattern of an area Climate
A map that shows an area's resorses/products Resorce map
the half of an earth Hemisphere
Makes a comparison uses symbols/pics pictograph
a graph that compares info bar raph
A map that shows people made bounderies political map
A graphic way of presenting info in a orginized way Chart
A map showing an areas land id used for Land use maps
Latitude/longitude lines cross each outher grid Systems
Study of earth and people Geograghy
Latitude line 66 1/2 degrees north arctic circle
latitude line 66 1/2 degrees south antartic circle
Meridians *lines( that run north/south on a map and globe longitude
map that shows specific info like climate or population thematic map
Measures distance on a map Scale bar
A ball shaped model of the earth globe
shows climates or waether patterns in a specific place climograph
how far and in what direction one place is to another relative location
small symbol that shows direction on a map compass rose
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