Imaginary lines that cross the Earth from east to west that are sometimes called parallels. They measure the distance from the equator.
Imaginary lines that cross the Earth from the North Pole to the South Pole and measure the distance east or west on the earth's surface.
A body of water along the shore deep enough for docking boats also known as a port.
A mass of ice moving very slowly.
Rich and capable of producing a lot.
When water or wind eats away at rock and soil, changing the shape of the land.
One of the large landmasses of the earth. There are seven of them.
Part of the ocean that is partly surrounded by land and is larger than a bay.