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Fourth Grade SS 1-12

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N (North), S (South), E (East), and W (West) on a map Cardinal directions
NE,SE,NW,SW are directions between two cardinal directions Intermediate directions
A small drawing on a map that shows direction Compass Rose
An imaginary line that is halfway between the North and the South Pole at 0 degrees latitude Equator
The study of the Earth and the way people, plants, and animals live on and use it. Geography
Any of the shapes that make up the Earth's surface Landforms
A measure of distance on Earth that is North or South of the equator Line of latitude
A measure of distance on Earth east or west of the prime meridian Line of Longitude
An explanation of what the synbols on a map represent Map Key
The place where a river empties into an ocean, lake, or larger river Mouth
Land formed by the soil that a river deposits as it flows into a larger body of water Delta
The Mississippi River empties into the Gulf of Mexico
Created by: johnlory