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Science Geo tools

Geographic tools A tool that tells where a place is and what it looks like.
Hemispheres Half of the globe that is divided into halves.
Continents One of the Seven large land areas on Earth.
Equator An imaginary line between the North and South Poles.
Boarder A line that shows where a state or a nation ends.
Relative location is the relationship of a place to other places
Absolute location The exact location of a place.
Latitude Lines that run East to West around the globe.
Longitude Lines that run North to South on a globe from pole to pole.
Prime meridian The meridian of o° edges longitude.
Physical Features A natural feature on the surface, such as water, mountains, and deserts. Usage: Deserts, mountains, and lake
Mountain range a large natural elevation of the earth's surface rising abruptly from the surrounding level; a large steep hill.
Valley a low area of land between hills or mountains, typically with a river or stream flowing through it.
Created by: tbashour