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Unit 1 Test

TermDefinition
Latitude Another name for parallels
Longitude Another name for meridains
Ecosystem Has living and non-living things in an area
Climate Long term WEATHER patterns
Continent One of the large land masses
Topography The shape, height, and depth of a place
Ocean Large body of SALT water
Equator Half the globe
Weather Conditions at a given place and time
Political Map Shows boundaries and cities
Physical Natural features
Roads Highways and Parks
Climate Map Precipitation and climate zones
Topography Map The shape and elevation of land
Map scale Bar that shows REAL distance
Key or Legend Box that explains the map
0 degrees Lat. Equator
0 degrees Long. Prime Meridain
180 degrees Long INTERNATIONAL Date Line
90 Degrees N North Pole
90 degrees S South Pole
Water cycle Constant movement of water
Georaphy Study of earth and its people
Determines Absolute Location Lat. and Long.
Salt water 97% of water
World Time Zones 24
Topography Physical features of the land
Moderate temperate Where most people want to live
4 US times zones Pacific , Mountain, Eastern, and Central
7 continents Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Australia, Africa, and Antarctica
4 Oceans Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Artic
Ecosystem Components Living and Non - living
Living things in an ecosystem plants and animals
Non - living things in an ecosystem everything else
4 hemispheres Northern, Southern, Western, and Eastern
North and South hemispheres Latitude - North on top and South on bottom
West and East Longitude - East on the right and West on the left
Climate Factors Latitude, elevation, if it is near water, topography, and vegetation
Time zones on a map 1 hour equal 15 degrees
Created by: s50034
 

 



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