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5 Themes Review

5 Themes of Geography Review

TermDefinition
Everyone saw the Barbie movie this summer. movement
Longitude and Latitude coordinates are examples of absolute location
Landforms, climate, plants and animals are examples of which type of geography place
Florida is surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico to the West and Atlantic Ocean to the East relative location
Customs, clothing and ways of life are all part of this theme of geography place
The West Coast would be an example of which theme? region
Reading a textbook is an example of movement
Religion, customs, music and food are considered what type of geography? place
Wearing snow boots during a storm is an example of human and environment interacting
SSMS is a block away from St Agnes relative location
Swimming at the beach is a a great example of human environment interaction
An area defined by physical similarities or boundaries is region
The transport of materials, information or ideas movement
The address or exact location of a business is absolute location
The physical or human characteristics of an area place
building a bridge over a lake is an example of which theme? human environment interaction
half of the globe hemisphere
imaginary line that divides the earth into north and south halves equator
Reading the newspaper is an example of movement
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