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Final Exam Review 1

Chapter 1 Thinking Like a Geographer

a book of maps atlas
height above sea level elevation
study of the earth (land and people) geography
latitude line 66 1/2 degrees north Arctic Circle
latitude line 66 1/2 degrees south Antarctic Circle
meridians (lines) that run north/south on a map or globe longitude
map that shows specific info like climate or population thematic map
measures distance on a map scale bar
North, South, East, West Cardinal Directions
The relationship between the distance between two places in real life and on a map map scale
a half of the earth hemisphere
the main line of latitude equator
pie-shaped graph shows "whole" divided circle graph
a ball (spherical) shaped model of the earth globe
average number of people per square mile population density
a graph that compares information bar graph
When latitude/longitude lines cross each other grid system
shows climate or weather patterns in a specific place climograph
makes comparison using symbols or pictures pictographs
how far and in what direction one place is to another relative locstion
a graphic way of pressing info in an organized way chart
a map showing people-made boundaries political map
a map shows elevation physical map
a guide that shows what colors and symbols mean on a map map key
average weather pattern of an area climate
the exact position of a place on earth absolute location
small symbol that shows directions on a map compass rose
parallel lines that run east to west on amp or globe latitude
Created by: aaronb