A drawing of a place that contains information about the features of the area.
A 3-D model of the Earth.
Where a specific place on Earth can be found.
A solid figure that has the shape of a ball.
Half of a sphere.
The geographic point on Earth which is the farthest north.
The geographic point on Earth that is the farthest south.
The half of Earth that is located north of the equator.
The half of Earth that is located south of the equator.
The half of Earth that is located east of the prime meridian.
The half of Earth that is located west of the prime meridian.
An imaginary line that circles the Earth halfway between the North and South Poles. It divides the Earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
An imaginary line that circles the Earth from pole to pole. It divides the Earth into the Eartern and Western Hemispheres.
Imiginary lines on a map or globe that run from north to south. These lines can tell you how far east or west a place is located from the prime meridian.
Imaginary lines on a map or globe that run from east to west. These lines can tell you how far north or south a place is located from the equator.
materials or substances such as minerals, forests, water, and fertile land
a planet's meridian adopted as the zero of longitude
people changing and affecting a enviroment
imaginary line drawn around the earth equally distant from both poles, dividing the earth into northern and southern hemispheres
angular distance of a place north or south of the earth's equator
particular place or position
angular distance of a place east or west of the meridian
a half of a sphere
a particular position or point in space
act of changing physical location or position
weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over a long period
arrangement of the natural and artificial physical features of an area
area or division, especially part of a country or the world
science or practice of drawing maps
any of the 24 longitudinal areas into which the world is divided and within which the same standard time is used
half of the globe
imaginary lines on the earth that run north and south
A tool used to locate directions
relationship between the size on the map and the actual size
a map key
natural formation of rock and dirt
a huge body of salt water
divides the north and south of the earth
imaginary lines that run east and west
Study of the human and nonhuman features of Earth.
North, South, East, and West
Directoins Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest.
Distance north or south of the Equater.
Distance east or west of the Prime Meridian
Each half of the Earth; Northern, Southern, Eastern, Western hemispheres
A place's exact location on Earth.
Location of a place in relation to another place.
The mix of human and nonhuman features at a given location.
An area with atleast one unifying physical or human feature.
How people, goods, and ideas get from one place to another.
Height above sea level.
Map that shows physical, or natural features, such as mountains, rivers, and oceans
Map that shows political units, such as countries or cities.
Line of latitude at 0 degrees; imaginary line that divides the northern and southern hemispheres.
Line of longitude at o degrees; imaginary line that divides the eastern and western hemispheres
Description of the formations of the earth, mountains, valleys, rivers, and lakes
Description of the boundaries of states & regions, the location of cities & towns, and other aspects of human society that have to do with geography
A map that shows a specific topic theme or spacial distribution of an activity
Imaginary lines that run east to west around the globe and measure distance north and south of the equator
Imaginary lines that run north to south around the globe and measure distance east and west of the prime meridian
The exact position of a place on earth often stated in latitude and longitude
A location of a place in relation to another place
The imaginary circle around the earth, halfway between the north and south poles.
It points which way is north, south, east, west, and some intermediate directions on the map.
A small table accompanying the map that explains the symbols that are used on the map.
The ratio between the distance between two points found on the map as compared to the actual distance between these points in the real world.
The line that passes through Greenwich, England. (0 degrees longitude)
number of degrees in the northern hemisphere
0 degrees latitude is the _________
lines that run east and west but measure north and south
Another name for line of latitude
Another name for line of longitude
lines that run from north to south but measure east and west
latitude and longitude together are the ________ of a place
Using latitude and longitude together gives us an _________ __________on the earth
0 degrees longitude in the _________ ____________
number of degrees in the western hemisphere
total number of degrees of longitude on the earth
Total number of degrees of latitude on the earth
half of the earth
latitude and longitude is measured in _________
An imaginary line that circle Earth parallel to the Equator
An imaginary line that runs north to south but measures distance east and west of the Prime Meridian
The reference point from which east and west longitude lines are measured at 0 degrees
The unit of measurement to determine absolute location
The lines of latitude
The lines of longitude
Half the Earth (northern, southern, eastern, western)
A round model of the Earth that shows the continents and the oceans in their true shapes
The study of the Earth
North, East, South or West
A representation of the Earth's rounded surface on a piece of paper
The exact position on the Earth
A circle showing the principal directions printed on a map or chart
Is included with a map to unlock information needed for the map to make sense.
Refers to the relationship between distance on the map and distance on the ground
Used to represent real objects like mountains
The four main points on a compass
The directions on the compass between the cardinal points.
Often included a lot of landforms like desert,mountain,and plains.
Representation of an area of land or sea showing cities and roads.
Often show countries ,states,counties,and bodies of waters
A half of Earth ussually divided into northern and southern half.
Is half of earth that is north of the equator.
The half of Earth south of the equator.
A half of earth west of the prime meridian
A half of earth east of the prime meridian.
A imaginary line that is between the southern hemisphere and northern hemisphere
The Earth zero of longitude
The angular distance of a place northor south of the equator
The angular distance of a place east or west of the prime meridian
Te height of an object in relation to sea level or ground level
The study of Earth.
The directions north, south, east or west.
The distance in degrees norther south of the Equator.
The distance in degrees east or west of the Prime Meridian.
Each half of the Earth.
A line of longitude.
A line of longitude.
Geographers study place by finding its location.
When places have something in common such as people, history climate or land.
Both human and physical features of a specific location.
Tells us how people, goods and ideas get from one place to another.
How people change the environment and how the environment changes people .
A representational drawing of a location
A map of earth that models its shape, and the locations and relative sizes of oceans and continents
an imaginary line around Earth's middle; lies between the north and south poles.
East-west lines that are north or south of the equator
north-south lines that are east or west of the prime meridian
2 words: 0 degrees longitude
2 words: an imaginary longitude line located at 180 degrees from the prime meridian
a special area on a map that lists and explains the symbols that are used
the distance between a high and low place on a map
the height of an object measured from a reference level such as sea level
2 words: the average level of the ocean
a map that uses contour lines to show elevation
a measure of how steep land is
Imaginary Line that runs North and South, but measures East and West
Imaginary line that runs East and West, but measures North and South
The exact position of a place on the earth's surface.
A location of a place in relation to another place. (New Jersey is south of New York).
What is it like there? Can be expressed by its Physical and Human Characteristics.
Areas of the earth with shared characteristics, such as physical, human, or cultural.
The ways and reasons people, products, & ideas move from one place to another.
The changes people make in their environment both for positive and negative.
An imaginary circle around the middle of the earth, located at 0 degrees latitude.
The line that is located at 0° longitude.
90 degrees South of the Equator
90 degrees North of the Equator
The line that tells the subject of the map.
Explains the lines, symbols, and colors used on a map.
Compares a distance on a map with a distance in the real world.
A graphic/symbol on a map showing cardinal and intermediate directions.
The natural characteristic of the earth's surface (river, mountain, lake, forest).
Theme that tells where something is. (Relative or Absolute)
The study of the earth in all its variety.
The way of life of a group of people who share similar beliefs and customs.