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How many themes of geography are there 5
What are they Location, Place, Region, Movement,Human-Environment Interactions
What does Location mean Where something is
Place Something Unique about this place
Region Areas that share common characteristics
What is Movement mean How and why things move
What is Human Environment- Interaction Human interaction with their Environment
What does the Prime Meridian separate The Easter and Western Hemisphere
What does the Tropic of Cancer separate The Northern and Southern Hemisphere
What is Latitude Latitude is left to right
What is Longitude Going up and down/ north and south
Hottest place in the world Equator
How many contents are there 7
What are they Asia, North and South America, Europe, Africa, Australia,
Created by: KierstynOutOfTen