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100 200 300 400 500 VocabEarth’s Spheres Landforms Models of Earth Borders
Vocab – 100 Height above sea level Elevation
Vocab - 200 The shape of the land Topography
Vocab - 300 A method of finding latitude and longitude using satellites Global Positioning System
Vocab - 400 The difference in elevation between the highest and lowest parts of an area Relief
Vocab - 500 A feature of topography formed by the processes that shape Earth’s surface Landform
Earth’s Spheres - 100 Scientists divide Earth into how many spheres? Four
Earth’s Spheres- 200 Earth’s oceans, lakes, rivers and ice form the… Hydrosphere
Earth’s Spheres - 300 The sphere made up of all living things Biosphere
Earth’s Spheres - 400 The mixture of gases that surrounds the planet. Atmosphere
Earth’s Spheres - 500 Earth’s solid, rocky outer layer. Lithosphere
Landforms – 100 What is a landform region? A large area of land where the topography is similar.
Landforms - 200 What are the 3 types of landforms? Plains, Mountains, Plateaus
Landforms - 300 A landform with high elevation and a more or less level surface Plateaus
Landforms - 400 A landform with high elevation and high relief Mountains
Landform - 500 A landform made up of flat or gently rolling land with low relief Plain
Models of Earth - 100 A model of all or part of Earth’s surface as seen from above Map
Models of Earth - 200 A sphere that represents Earth’s entire surface Globe
Models of Earth - 300 An imaginary line that circles Earth halfway between the North and South poles Equator
Models of Earth - 400 An imaginary line that divides Earth into the western and eastern hemispheres Prime Meridian
Models of Earth - 500 Distance in degrees north and south Latitude
Borders - 100 Name a way state borders are divided by landform Mountains, Lakes, Oceans, or Elevation
Borders - 200 When state borders are straight lines north and south Longitude
Borders - 300 When state borders are straight lines east and west Latitude
Borders - 400 When state borders are jagged and curvy Rivers
Borders - 500 In which region of the country are lines of latitude and longitude most important in determining state borders West
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