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History7 FinalReview

Geography Terms

A chain of islands (Bahama, Florida Keys) Archipelago
A triangular shaped group of islands at the mouth of a river Delta
About 180 degrees-a continuation of the Prime Meridian International Dateline
A narrow strip of land that connects two larger land areas Isthmus
6-eastern, central, mountain, Pacific, Alaskan, Hawaiian US Time Zones
4-eastern, central, mountain, Pacific Contiguous US Time Zones
Where a river flows (empties/ends)into a larger body of water Mouth
24 Total time zones in the world
Land with water on 3 sides-Florida Peninsula
A Natural Boundary-Tonawanda Creek Physical Boundary
A man-made boundary-Transit Road Political Boundary
Runs from the north to south pole through England Prime Meridian
Where a river begins-a larger body of water,mountains-never salt water Source
A river that flows into a larger river Tributary
Imaginary line in the northern hemisphere (23 1/2 degrees N) Tropic of Cancer
Imaginary line in the southern hemisphere (23 1/2 degrees S) Tropic of Capricorn
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