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MAPS What types are there?
Natural Resource Maps Include: Key of symbols representing resources of a given area Symbols that represent a given natural resource i.e. a fish for the fishing industry, oil derrick for oil, etc.
Include: Climatic zones based on the typical temperature of a given area Zones sometimes based on the biome it belongs to i.e. tundra, desert, temperate, etc.
Geological Maps Include: Showing the distribution of geologic features including different kinds of rocks and faults Represented by colors that represent different geologic units (a volume of a certain kind of rock of a given age range) Age of rock is described in map key by Epochs, subdivisions of the time Periods such as Jurassic or Cenozoic)
Political Maps Include: Borders Country name Capitals Major cities
Map of the World…Where is Europe?
Europe is #6 on the map. Remember Italy “the boot” or the fact the the U.S. is directly across “the pond” from Europe.
Political Cartoons a drawing intended as satire, caricature, or humor Satire- a way of using humor to show that someone or something is foolish, weak, bad, etc. : humor that shows the weaknesses or bad qualities of a person, government, society, etc. Caricature- a drawing that makes someone look funny or foolish because some part of the person's appearance is exaggerated : someone or something that is very exaggerated in a funny or foolish way
Political Cartoons What is the cartoonist’s message for the following political cartoons?
Question #3 and #4 on your review. 3. Earthquakes happen more often in California than in Massachusetts. Why? 4. What form of government is it where the executive branch exists separately from a legislature to which it is generally not accountable?
LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE Every location on earth has a global address. The address is in numbers; therefore, people can communicate about location no matter what language they speak. Global address is given as two numbers called “coordinates” The two numbers are a location’s latitude number and longitude number. Latitude and Longitude works with a numbered grid system (like graph paper) however latitude lines and longitude lines curve with the shape of the earth. Location is where the two lines intersect.
Latitude Lines of Latitude are horizontal. They are known as “parallels” because they run parallel to the equator. Lines of latitude are a numerical way to measure how far north or south of the equator a place is located. Latitude degrees get larger the further you get from the equator all they way to 90 degrees latitude at the poles. Equator is the starting point so it is marked 0 degrees. Latitude locations are given as ______ degrees north or ______ degrees south.
Longitude Lines of longitude are vertical and are known as “meridians”. Longitude is a numerical way to show/measure how far a location is east or west of the Prime Meridian. The Prime Meridian is the starting point so it is labeled at 0 degrees To measure east or west of the Prime Meridian, there are 180 vertical lines of longitude that run east and 180 lines of longitude that run west. The 180 degree line is called the International Date Line and is directly opposite of the Prime Meridian. Longitude locations are given as _____ degrees east or ______ degrees west
Answers to previous slide 1.Phoenix, Arizona 2.Raleigh, North Carolina 3.Fargo, North Dakota 4.Portland, Oregon 5.Houston, Texas 6.Niagra Falls, New York 7.Miami, Florida
Between which degrees of latitude and which degrees of longitude are most cities of Russia located?
Answer to previous slide… Between 40 degrees and 60 degrees latitude and 30 degrees and 60 degrees longitude