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WC Definitions 11-20

World Cultures terms + definitions

Dependence of countries on goods, resoures, and knowledge of other parts of the world. Interdependence
Area with its own unifying characteristics. Region
3-D representation of a map. Globe
Flat representation of the Earth. Map
Internet application that Google Earth
Internet application that generates maps Google Maps
This type of map projections shows directions accurately North, South, East, and West. Mercator Projection
This type of map projection has cuts in it that make it impossible to make measurements. Interrupted Projection
This type of map projection shows the corrects areas of landmasses and oceans. Peters Projection
This type of map projection gives a fairly accurate view of the oceans and distances between and across landmasses. Robinson Projection
Created by: fritsch