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atalas book of maps
elevation height above sea level
geography study of earth and people
artic circle latitude line 66 and one half degrees north
antartic circle latitude line 66 and one half degrees south
longitude meridians that run north or southy on a globe
the matic map shows specific info climate or population
scale bar measures distance on map
cardinal dirictions north east south west
map scale distances between places in real ife and on map
hemisphere a half of the earth
equator the main line of latitude
circle graph pie shaped graph shows whole divided
globe a ball shaped model of the earth
population density average number of people per square mile
bar graph a graph that compares information
grid system when latitude/longitude lines cross eachother
climograph shows climate or wheather patterns in a specific place
picto graph makes comparision using symbols or pictures
relative location how far and in what direction one place is to another
chart a graphic way of presenting info in a organized way
political map a map showing people made boundaries
physical map a map shows elevation
map key a guide that shows colors and symbols on a map
climate average wheather patern of a area
absolute location exact position of a place on earth
compass rose small symbols that show direction on a map
latitude parallel lines run east to west on a map or globe
Created by: adampolaris170



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