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Geo Unit 1 Review

What is Latitude? Latitude are measured in lines that run from east to west.
What is Longitude? Longitude are measured in lines that run from the North Pole to the South Pole.
What are the 5 parts of the GIP? making/asking questions, gathering and organizing data, understanding and analyzing data, evaluating data, and informing findings/data
What are the 4 W's used while inquiries? What, When, Where and Why
What are some ways we can communicate our findings as Geographers? They can communicate and inform each other about their findings in presentations, discussions, posters, etc.
What is the Equator? The Equator divides the northern and southern hemispheres
What does the Prime Meridian do? The Prime Meridian divides the western and eastern hemispheres.
What does the International Date Line (IDL) do? The job of the International Date Line is to start and end the Earths Day.
A) Enviromental Geography : the study of the connections/interactions between humans and the natural world (ex. Land use, forest fires)
B) Physical Geography : the study of the processes and patterns in the natural atmosphere (ex. Water cycle, natural disasters)
Human Geography the study of people, communities, society, cultural significance (ex. Urban Patterns, communication and language, and economic events)
Capital Of Ontario Toronto
Capital of Manitoba Winnipeg
Capital Of Alberta Edmonton
Capital Of Saskatchewan Regina
Capital of BC Victoria
Capital Of Quebec Quebec City
Capital Of New Brunswick Fredericton
Capital Of Nova Scotia Halifax
Capital Of PEI Charlottetown
Capital Of Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's
Capital Of Yukon Whitehorse
Capital Of Northwest Territories Yellowknife
Capital Of Nunavut Iqaluit
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