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Geography Terms

TermDefinition
What imaginary line separates the Northern and Southern Hemispheres? Equator
Countries with a lot of manufacturing are Industrialized countries
Infrastructure The services and facilities that enable a country, city, or other type of community to function smoothly. Typically infrastructure includes bridges, roads, hospitals, prisons, schools, and other facilities residents need for daily life.
Nonrenewable Resources Items such as coal, iron, and petroleum that cannot be replaced. They can be stored, but they take thousands or millions of years to form.
Renewable Resources Items that can be replaced. They include plants and animals, which reproduce, Most renewable resources cannot be stored for future use.
Rural Area in the countryside (outside of a city)
Suburban Residential area outside a city
Thematic Maps Show how a particular feature, such as population, rainfall, or a natural resource is distributed over an area. These maps are used to study overall patterns.
Transportation Corridors A path where at least one main line of transportation (road, rail, or canal) has been built to improve movement form one area to another.
Transportation Bariers A geographic feature that prevents or slows transportation (rocks along roads or waterfalls along rivers)
Urban Area within a city
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