a way of representing the properties of an object or system
the layer of gases that surrounds Earth above the surface of liquid water and rocky material
the interface or boundaries of the layers of earth's atmosphere
the layer of liquid water that lies between the atmosphere and much of the upper layer of earths interior
the layer of rock that forms the solid outer shell at the top of earth interior
the upper portion of the lithosphere
the region extending from the rocky part of Earth's surface to Earth's center
the system for determining the coordinates of a point
the angular distance north or south of the equator
the parallel on Earth midway between the geographic north and south poles with a latitude of zero
the angular distance east or west of the prime meridian
any semi circle on earth surface conecting the north and south geographic poles
the meridian of zero longitude
any region of space or the environment that has some measurable value of a given quantity at every point
the varying values of a field represented on maps to connect points of equal field values
isolines that connect points of equal elevation
the rate of change from place to place within the fields (slope)
change in amount of field value/ change in horizontal distance
topographic map (contour map)
a comonly used model of the elevation fields of the surface of earth
the vertical distance of height above or below sea level
the side view of an areas landscape
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