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WH 7 Chapter 1

1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4

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What great discovery was made in 1799 Rosetta Stone in Egypt
Who discovered that each living thing has radioactive element called Carbon 14 and what does it do? Willard Frank Libby. It is used to tell how old something is.
What are the 3 most important natural resources? Air, water, and soil
Artifacts are? Things made by people
Carved on the Rosetta Stone was what? Egyptian picture writing and its Greek translation
Latitude gives the location of a place on Earth. Parallel to the equator.
Tropic of Cancer 23.5 degrees north of the equator
Tropic of Capricorn 23.5 degrees south of the equator
Arctic Circle 66.5 degrees north of the equator. Is always cold
Antarctic Circle 66.5 degrees south of the equator
Prime Meridian 0 degrees longitude. Runs north to south. Goes through Greenwhich England.
Longitude Lines that run from N.Pole to the S.Pole. Parallel to the Prime Meridian. 18o lines/degrees to west. 180 lines/degrees to east
Describe mountains Highest landform. At least 2000 feet above sea level
Describe hills Lower than mountains. 500-2000 feet above sea level
Describe plains Large areas of flat or gently rolling land. Less than 1000 feet above sea level
Describe plateaus Raised areas of land. 300-3000 feet above sea level
How do geographers use elevation and relief to describe landforms Elevation is used to describe height above sea level. Relief is used to describe changes in height.
What is the composition of the earths core, mantle, and crust? Inner Core-solid rock. Outer core-melted rock. Mantle-Hot,solid rock. Crust-Rock,Sand,and soul
How are volcanoes formed? Lava flows,by the movement of plates, up form the earths mantle,cracks the crust, and then cools into solid rock
What is the common cause of earthquakes? Sudden shifts in the earth's crust.
What are three outside forces that cause change to the Earth's surface and how do they reshape it? Wind, water and ice are the three outside forces. They reshape the earth by a process called erosion in which rock and soil are moved from one place on the earth's surface to another. It can either help or hurt people.
How did glaciers affect human and physical geography? The ice drove people and animals away, smoothed hills into plains, created lakes and dug new channels for rivers.
What is the longest river system in the world? The Nile River. It is about 4160 miles long.
How is climate shaped by movements of the Earth? The Earth moves around the sun in a circular path. It takes 365 1/4 days to get around. The earths revolution around the sun causes the seasons.
How can a place's latitude help you predict temperatures in the area? If it is closer to the equator it will be hotter. The farther away the place is from the equator, the colder it will be.
Where is the tropical zone located? It is between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn.
What type of weather is found in each temperate zone? Cold in winter and warm in summer.
Why is the polar zone so cold? It receives no rays of sunlight for part of the year and only slanting rays during the rest of the year.
How did the prevailing winds get their name? They blow from a certain direction almost all the time.
What are ocean currents? Ocean water that flows in a steady stream.
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