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5th SFDS Chap 1 L1+2

2013 chapter 1 lesson 1 and 2

Key itemDefinition
Contiguous Next to each other
Region An area in which many features are similar
Relative Location Where a place is compared to other places
Continent Large landmass
Population The number of people
Absolute Location Exact location
Line of latitude Line that runs east and west
Parallel Line that runs east and west
Line of Longitude Line that runs north and south
Meridian Line that runs north and south
Landform Region A region that has similar landforms throughout
Climate The kind of weather a place has over a long time
Mountain Range Gorup of connected mountains
Erosion The gradual wearing away of Earth's surface
Prairie An area of flat or rolling land covered mostly by grasses
Environment The surroundings in which people, plants, and animals live
Created by: Mrs. Hastings