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6th Geography 1.1

Chapter 1 Section 1 Assessment

geography the study of Earth
cardinal directions North, East, South, West
latitude the distance north or south of the Equator
longitude the distance east and west of the Prime Meridian
hemisphere each half of Earth
parallel another word for lines of latitude
meridian another word for lines of longitude
5 themes of geography organizes information about Earth
location where a place is, where something is
regions groups, places together that have something in common
place human and physical features of a specific location
movement how people, goods, ideas get from one place to another
human-environment interaction how people and the environment affect each other
latitude and longitude are measured in units called degrees
absolute (exact) location uses coordinates of latitude and longitude
Created by: dviola