All of the surroundings of a place
Physical features of the earth
The kind of weather a place has over a long period of time
A type of climate found in the areas just north or south of the equator, where weather is usually hot.
A type of climate found in areas that are farther from the equator than the tropics, where there are changing seasons and mild weather that is neither too hot or too cold
A type of climate found in the areas around the north and south pole, where the weather is cold.
The height above sea level
The materials found in nature that people can use, such as water, air, soil and animals
The remains of plants and animals that have died thousands of years ago
The study of the way of life of people
The way of life for a group of people, including their beliefs, customs, rules, and ways of relating to each others.
A group of people who share a language, history, and/or place of origin
The practices from the past that people continue to observe
How goods, people, information and animals move from place to place.
Finding either the exact or relative location of a place or person.
Comparing the natural and man-made features of an area, to determine its uniqueness.
An area with common features that sets it apart from another area.
Human-Environment Interaction (H-E I)
How the environment is influenced and influences humans.
An imaginary line that circles the earth halfway between the North and South Pole @ O degrees.
Divides the world into the eastern and western hemisphere @ 0 degrees longitude.
Large body of land (7 on earth) Asia, North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica.
Half of the earth. Four in the world: Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western.
the mathematical relationship by which distances on a map reduce actual distances on earth
explains the lines, symbols, and colors used on a map
A tool on a map showing cardinal (N,E,S,W) and intermediate (NE,SE,NW,SW) directions.
North, South, East, and West
Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest