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SS Ch. 3
largest land areas on Earth
shows true shapes of oceans and continents
Flat representation of a area; like an aerial photograph
northern half of Earth
southern half of Earth
divides Earth into two equal halves
What is the weather like around the equator?
Hot and wet
A slo, physical process where water breaks down parts of land
all the living non-living things in a place
Lines of latitude
run east to west
run north to south
A tool that tells where a place is and what it looks like
On a map or globe, a line that appears halfway between the north pole and the south pole
One of the 7 large land areas on Earth
On a map, a line that shows where a state or nation ends
Half of the globe when it is divided into either Northern and Southern halves or Eastern and western halves
The location of a place in relation to another place
A feature of a place's land, water, climate or plant life
A land form with steep sides and a flat top
The wearing away of Earth's surface over a period of time
A large chain of mountains
The plants that grow in a place
The plants, animals, land, water, and climate that make up an area
A low land that lies between hills or mountains
The time in which plants can grow
something from nature that people can use such as trees, water, or soil
Not able to be made again quickly by nature or people
A kind of natural resource found in the ground such as iron or gold
A natural resource that is burned to make heat or energy
Able to be made or grown again by nature or people
How is a map like an aerial photograph? How is it different
What are some ways of describing a community's climate?
How does erosion affect Earth?
What does a landform map tell about a place?
What is the difference between renewable and nonrenewable?