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Maddi geoghrapghy

landforms and mind focuses to get you to start thinking

list the seven continents North America, South America, Asia, Africa, Europe, Antarctica, Australia
What is the name for the computer software that maps the earth? Geoghraphic Information System (GIS)
What do lines of latitude measure? They measure the distance north of south of the equater.
What do lines of longitude measure? They measure the distance east or west of the prime meridian.
What is the area from 0 degrees latitude to 90 degrees south called? Southern hemisphere
What is the term for a humans natural surroundings? Environment
What is the name for the imaginary line running through the center of the earth? The axis
What measures distance on a map? A map scale
About 70% of the earths' surface is what? Water
What are some examples of artifacts? Tools, pottery, cave drawings, and etc.
The angle of the suns' rays cause what? Seasons
The amount of what on earth si always the same? Water
During the Winter Solstice, the North Pole experiences several weeks of what? Darkness
The movement of the earths' landforms is known as what? Plate tectonics
Created by: maggie101