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atlas book of maps
elevation height above sea level
geography study of the earth
arctic circle latitude 66 1/2 degrees N.
antartic circle latitude 22 1/2 degrees S.
longitude lines that go N&S on a map/globe
thematic map map that shows specific info like climate or population
scale bar meausures distance on map
cardinal direction North,South,East,West
map scale relationship between distance between 2 places & on map
hempisphere half of earth
equater the main line latitude
circle graph pie-shaped graph shows whole divied
globe a ball shaped model of earth
population density average # of ppl per. squar mile
bar graph a graph that compares info.
grid system when longitude/latitude lines cross each other
climograph shows climate or weather patterens in a certain place
pictographs makes comaparison using symbols or pics
relavation location how far what direction 1 place is to another
chart a graph showing info. in an organized way
political map a map showing man-made boundries
pysical map a map that shows elevation
map key a guide that shows what colors and synbols mean on a map
climate average weather pattern of an area
absolute location the exact positition of a place on earth
compass rose amall symbol that shows directions on a map
latitude parrallel lines that run east to west on a map or globe
Created by: mykaela72



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