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GEOGRAPHY TERMS. STUDY OF THE EARTH. GEOGRAPHY. FOUR CARDINAL DIRECTIONS. NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST. LAND AREA COMPLETELY SURROUNDED BY WATER. ISLAND. A SIZABLE INLAND BODY OF WATER. LAKE OR POND. LARGE BODY OF WATER EXTENDS INTO A SHORELINE. BAY OR GULF.

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STUDY

OF

THE

EARTH

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FOUR

CARDINAL

DIRECTIONS

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NORTH

SOUTH

EAST

WEST

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LAND AREA

COMPLETELY

SURROUNDED

BY

WATER

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A SIZABLE

INLAND BODY

OF WATER

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LARGE BODY OF

WATER

EXTENDS INTO

A SHORELINE

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BODY OF LAND

SURROUNDED BY

WATER ON

THREE SIDES

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A NARROW

STRETCH OF LAND

CONNECTING

TWO LARGER

LAND

AREAS

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A NARROW

STRETCH OF WATER

CONNECTING

TWO LARGER BODIES

OF WATER

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AN AREA

OF FLAT LAND

AT A HIGH

ELEVATION

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AN AREA OF

LAND DRAINED

BY A RIVER

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DRY OR

PARTIALLY DRY

AREA

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DESERT

DESERT

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A LARGE STREAM

OF WATER WITH

A CURRENT THAT

RUNS THROUGH LAND

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THE ALTERNATE

RISING AND

FALLING OF

THE OCEAN

OCCURS 4

TIMES A DAY

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AIR OR WATER

MOVING

CONTINUOUSLY

IN A

CERTAIN DIRECTION

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WHERE THE

RIVER BECOMES

NAVIGABLE

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FALL

LINE

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A SMALL RIVER

OR STREAM

THAT FLOWS

INTO A LARGE RIVER

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LAND BUILT

UP FROM

THE SOIL

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WATER PASSAGE

WHERE THE TIDE

MEETS A

RIVER CURRENT

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A BODY OF

WATER BETWEEN

A SHORELINE

AND ONE OR MORE

ISLANDS

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A PIECE OF

LAND EXTENDING

INTO A BODY OF

WATER

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A GROUP

OF ISLANDS

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A CORAL ISLAND

WITH A REEF

SURROUNDING

A LAGOON

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AN ELEVATED

LAND AREA

WITH SLOPPING

SIDES

(OVER 2,000 FT)

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LAND AT A

LOW LEVEL

(BELOW 2,000 FT)

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LAND

WITH

STEEP

SIDES

RISES SHARPLY

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AN AREA OF

LOWLAND

BETWEEN

HILLS OR

MOUNTAINS

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WET SPONGY

LAND

WETLANDS

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HOLE IN EARTH

WHERE MOLTEN

ROCK COMES OUT

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A SHAKING OR A

TREMBLING OF

THE EARTH

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A FRACTURE

IN THE EARTH’S

SURFACE

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CONSTANT STATE

OF MOVEMENT

OF THE

CONTINENTS

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MAKING

OF

MAPS

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MAPS

THAT

SHOW

ELEVATIONS

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RELIEF

MAPS

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MAPS

THAT

SHOW

BOUNDARIES

OF

COUNTRIES

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MAPS

THAT

SHOW

CLIMATE

POPULATION

ETC.

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THEME

MAPS

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A SPHERE-SHAPED

MODEL OF

THE EARTH

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STATE OF

ATMOSPHERE

AT A GIVEN

LOCATION

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PATTERN OF

WEATHER OF

A GIVEN AREA

OVER TIME

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MOISTURE

FROM

THE

ATMOSPHERE

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DEGREE

OF

HOTNESS

OR

COLDNESS

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BLANKET

OF AIR

SURROUNDING

THE EARTH

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THE DISTANCE

MEASURED IN

DEGREES

NORTH & SOUTH

OF THE EQUATOR

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DISTANCE

MEASURED IN

DEGREES

EAST& WEST

OF THE

PRIME MERIDAN

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LINE DIVIDING

EARTH INTO

NORTHERN

&

SOUTHERN

HEMISPHERES

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90 DEGREE

NORTH OR SOUTH

LATITUDE

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NORTH OR

SOUTH

POLE

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23 ½ DEGREES

NORTH LATITUDE

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23 ½ DEGREES

SOUTH LATITUDE

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TROPIC OF

CAPRICORN

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66 ½ DEGREES

NORTH LATITUDE

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66 ½ DEGREES

SOUTH LATITUDE

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LATITIDES FOUND

BETWEEN THE

TROPICS

HOT AND HUMID

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LOW

LATITUDES

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LATITUDES FOUND

BETWEEN TROPICS

AND ARCTIC AND

ANTARCTIC CIRCLES

MODERATE

CLIMATE

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MIDDLE

LATITUDES

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POLAR

CLIMATE

REGIONS

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UPPER

LATITUDES

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O DEGREES

LONGITUDE

READ EAST

AND WEST

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180 DEGREES

LONGITUDE

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NAME THE

FOUR

HEMISPHERES

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KEY

TO

A

MAP

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