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Mrd Unit I
|An imaginary line that divides the world into the northern and southern hemispheres, also known as 0 degrees latitude.
|An imaginary lines that divides the world into the eastern and western hemispheres, also known as 0 degrees longitude.
|Geographic Information System
|A computer program that combines data from different sources such as satellite images, maps, and databases.
|Global Positioning System
|An electronic device that is used to find absolute location.
|Geostationary Operational Environment Satellite that is used to track and predict weather.
|A system of satellites that is used to map the earth.
|A person who makes maps.
|A way to make flat maps from a spherical earth.
|A three dimensional representation of the earth's surface.
|A two dimensional representation of the earth's surface.
|A representation of the earth based on one set of data.
|A map that shows human made features such as countries, capitals, and roads.
|A map that shows elevation, bodies of water, and landforms.
|A map in your mind.
|The part of the map that explains the meanings of symbols and colors.
|Imaginary lines that are used to measure distance north or south of the Equator.
|Imaginary lines that are used to measure distance east or west of the Prime Meridian.
|North, South, East, or West
|Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest
|The part of a map used to find orientation or direction.
|An area on the earth's surface that is defined by a limited number of related characteristics.
|An area that is organized around a set of interactions and connections between places.
|An area in which people perceive the characteristics that unite the region in the same way.
|A way that people view distance.
|How far across the earth a person, an idea, or a product travels.
|An area of the earth's surface with similar characteristics.