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MS Studies chapter 1

Rock formations where groundwater accumulates aquifer
the long-term average of weather conditions climate
A satellite-based system used to determine precise location global positioning system
A geographical area draining into a river or reservoir drainage basin
the water found below Earth's surface groundwater
how humans use, adapt to, and chance the environment human-environment interaction
a storm the arises in the Altantic ocean and cover hundreds of miles hurricane
the never-ending exchange of water between Earth and the atmosphere hydrologic cycle
Distance north and south of the equator : paralle latitude
Can be either absolute or relative location
Distance east and west of the prime meridian : meridians longitude
concerns the ways people are linked with regions, cultures, and people beyond their immediate environment movement
includes climate, water, landforms, soil, energy and minerals resources, vegetation, nad wildlife natural environment
Its "sense" is determined by physical and cultural characteristics place
rain, snow, sleet, and hail precipitation
the world can be divided into these either by using natural or cultural characteristics regions
the water in lakes, ponds, rivers, and the oceans surface water
a funnel-shaped storm that develops when warm moist air meets colder air tornado
refers to the day-to-day conditions and changes in the atmosphere weather
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