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WKMS Geo. Review

ocean one of the four major bodies of salt water that surrounds the continents
sea large body of water completely or partly surrounded by land (smaller than an ocean!)
river large natural stream of water that runs through land
valley area of low land between hills or mountains
plateau area of flat land at a high elevation
plain area of level land, usually at low elevations and often covered with grasses
isthmus narrow stretch of land connecting two larger land bodies
strait narrow stretch of water joining two larger bodies of water
island land area, smaller than a continent, that is completely surrounded by water
peninsula body of land jutting into water(typically lake or ocean), surrounded by water on 3 sides
continent one of the seven large landmasses on Earth, surrounded by the four oceans
lines of longitude imaginary lines that circle the earth from pole to pole
lines of latitude imaginary lines that circle the earth parallel to the equator and measure distance away from the equator in degrees(north or south)
Prime Meridian 0 degrees, line of longitude that splits the earth into the Eastern and Western hemispheres, runs through Greenwich, England
Equator 0 degrees latitude, line of latitude that splits the earth into two half spheres (North Pole is at 90 degrees North)
hemisphere literally half of a sphere, or half of the earth
Created by: msbeckham