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Geography Terms

Geography Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Illustrated explanation of a map’s symbols or colors key/legend
Imaginary line of latitude that divides the earth into the southern and northern halves. The 0 degrees of latitude equator
Any half of the earth hemisphere
Imaginary line of longitude that divides the earth into the eastern and western halves. The 0 degrees of longitude prime meridian
Total number of people living in an area population
Narrow body of land connecting a continent with a peninsula or another continent isthmus
An exact position on a place on earth absolute location
Using one thing to describe where another thing is located relative location
Set of pointers that show cardinal directions (N,S,E,W) and/or intermediate directions (NE,NW,SE,SW) on a map or globe compass rose
Relative size or distance shown on a map in comparison to the actual size on earth scale
Created by: angela.higgs