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TermDefinition
Perspective look at things from your own view
Perception A whole new experience
Map Features Legend,Scale, Distance Indicator, Inset Map
5 Themes of Geography meaning systematic tools to evaluate world around us
Location where's @
Place What's there
HEI (Human Environment Impact) Impact on one another. Man to environment and environment to man.
Movement change of location of , goods, and ideas
Regions evaluate and break down massive world to look for common traits
Habitable zone solar energy -Latitudinal regions -Tropics, poles, and middle lattitudes
Impact of solar energy not evenly distributed
Weather v. Climate Weather is the day-to-day state of the atmosphere, and its short-term variation in minutes to weeks. Climate is the weather of a place averaged over a period of time, often 30 years.
Interdependence It is a mutual dependence between things.
Ecosystem An ecosystem is a community of living organisms (plants, animals and microbes)
Spring Tide A tide in which the difference between high and low tide is the greatest. Spring tides occur when the Moon is either new or full, and the Sun, the Moon, and the Earth are aligned.
Neap Tide A tide just after the first or third quarters of the moon when there is the least difference between high and low water.
Orographic Effect Orographic lift occurs when an air mass is forced from a low elevation to a higher elevation as it moves over rising terrain.
Tectonic Plates-continental drift v. plate tectonics Continental drift is the theory that the earth's continents move gradually over the surface of the planet on a substratum of magma. Plate Tectonics has a dynamic movement of plates.
Tectonic Plates Convergent, Divergent and trans-formative plate movement and impact. Mid ocean ridge- ocean floor spreading.
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