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Social Studies CMS 7

Final Exam Review Geography Terms-Very Very Very HELPFUL-

Archipelago A chain of islands
Delta A triangular shaped group of islands at the mouth of a river
International Date Line About 180 degrees- a continuation of the Prime Meridian
Isthmus A narrow strip of land connecting two larger land areas
U.S. Time Zones 6-Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific, Alaskan, Hawaiian
Mouth Where a river empties into a larger body of water
Peninsula Land with water on three sides-Florida
Physical Boundary A natural boundary-Tonawanda Creek
Political Boundary A man-made boundary-Transit Road
Prime Meridian Runs from the north to the south pole through England
Source Where a river begins-a larger body of water, mountains-never salt water
Tributary A river that flows into a larger river
Tropic of Cancer Imaginary line in the northern hemisphere, 23 1/2 degrees N
Tropic of Capricorn Imaginary line in the southern hemisphere, 23 1/2 degrees S
Created by: watermelon3