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uNIT 4 ch6 list 1

8th grade Science Chapter 6 WORD LIST 1

plain large, flat landform that often this thick, fertile soil and is usually found int he interior reign of a continent
plateau flat, raised landform made up of nearly horizontal rocks that have been uplifted
folded mountains mountains formed when blocks of the earths crust or pushed up by forces inside Earth
fault-block mountain Mountains formed from a huge , tilted blocks of rock that are separated from surrounding rocks by faults
volcanic mountain mountains formed when molten material reaches Earths surface through a weak crustal area and piles up into a cone shaped structure
equatror imaginary line that wraps around Earth at 0 degrees latitude, halfway between the north and south poles
latitude distance in degrees north or south of the equator
prime meridian imaginary line that represents 0 degrees longitude and runs from the north pole through Greenwich, England, to the South Pole
longitude distance in degrees east or west of the prime meridian
conic projection map made by projection points and lines from a globe onto a cone
topographic map map that shows the changes in elevation of Earths surface and indicates such features as roads and cities
Contour line line on map that connects points of equal elevation
map scale relationship between distances on a map and distances on Earths surface that can be represented as a ratio or a small ar divided into sections
map legend Explains the meaning of symbols used on a map
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