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Geography basics (Best for tests on Geography)

What are the regions of the U.S.A Northeast Southeast Midwest West Southwest
A state can be part of more than one region True or False True
Definition of region A region is an area defined by common characteristics
Products Wheat Corn Fruit
Natural Resources Coal Copper Lead
Famous Places Statue of Liberty,Grand Canyon,Mall of America
How are regions in the U.S. considered different from onother Culture Land and Water Landmarks Products/Natural Resources Climate
What are the Continents of the world North America South America Africa Europe Asia Austrialia Antartica
The 5 oceans Atlantic Ocean Pacific Ocean Arctic Ocean Indian Ocean Southern Ocean
Maps Details Flat and Read for Specific places
Globe details Round and More Accurate
West Hemisphere (Need Globe ) Pacific Ocean,North America,South America,Atlantic Ocean
East Hemisphere (Need Globe) Africa,Asia,Indian Ocean,Austrailia
North Hemisphere (Need Globe ) North America,North Pole,Asia,Europe
South Hemisphere (Need Globe) Australia,South Pole, Antarctica,South America
Latitude lines Longitude Lines lat Lines- sideways equator (Runs likes ladder) Long lines-long ways Prime meridian (think run long)
Physical features mountians and plains,rivers,oceans,
Created by: pokemon18