5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The distortion caused by the transfer of three-dimensional space on Earth's surface to the two dimensions of a flat map.
- The scientific study of patterns and dynamics of climate.
- A portion of the earth's land surface. Geographers are interested in the transformation of natural landscapes into cultural landscapes.
- Lines of longitude that extend from pole to pole and intersect parallels of latitude.
- Lines of Longitude are also known as .......?
- a climatology
- b Meridians
- c meridian
- d projection
- e landscape
5 Multiple choice questions
- area, shape, distance, direction
- The West
- Human, physical
- prime meridian
- geographic information systems (gis)
5 True/False questions
What geometric quality is preserved by azimuthal maps? → Distance from pole
A map constructed to show considerable detail in a small area. → large-scale map
A political unit over which an established government maintains sovereign control. → parallel
What are the two "levels" of scale, (and how does the representative fraction change for each? ) → Large, small
The size ratio represented by a map; for example, a map with a scale of 1:12,500 is portrayed as 1/12,500 of the actual size. → projection