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Absolute location
a) The longitude and latitude of a given place. b) A series of rivers that drains or carries away water from the land around it. c) A series of rivers that drains or carries away water from the land around it. d) Small body of water that extends from a larger waterway (usually the later waterway is an ocean or really big water).
Prime Meridian
a) An imaginary line that runs vertically on the Earth. It also cuts through the center of the Earth. b) Land just beyond an area currently settled by human beings. c) Different types of land and water (river, mountains, valleys, plateau etc.) d) Something from nature that people use to meet their needs.
Equator
a) An imaginary line that runs exactly in the middle of the Earth. It runs horizontally. b) A series of rivers that drains or carries away water from the land around it. c) Surroundings, usually in history the land surroundings where people lived. d) A place that connects people, goods, and ideas. For example: a mall
Location
a) Can be absolute or relative. Pinpoints the exact place someone or something is. b) An imaginary line that runs vertically on the Earth. It also cuts through the center of the Earth. c) Surroundings, usually in history the land surroundings where people lived. d) The longitude and latitude of a given place.
Eurasia
a) Both Europe and Asia. b) An imaginary line that runs vertically on the Earth. It also cuts through the center of the Earth. c) Can be absolute or relative. Pinpoints the exact place someone or something is. d) City, an area of land that has many buildings.
Geography
a) The study and mapping of the earth. b) Small body of water that extends from a larger waterway (usually the later waterway is an ocean or really big water). c) All the businesses that make one kind of product or provide one kind of service. d) City, an area of land that has many buildings.
Crossroads
a) A place that connects people, goods, and ideas. For example: a mall b) The longitude and latitude of a given place. c) Place where ships are stopped on a body of water to load or unload their goods. d) Something from nature that people use to meet their needs.
Land Use
a) The way most of the land in a place is used. b) A place that connects people, goods, and ideas. For example: a mall c) An imaginary line that runs exactly in the middle of the Earth. It runs horizontally. d) A series of rivers that drains or carries away water from the land around it.
Industry
a) All the businesses that make one kind of product or provide one kind of service. b) Something from nature that people use to meet their needs. c) Something from nature that people use to meet their needs. d) Can be absolute or relative. Pinpoints the exact place someone or something is.
Frontier
a) Land just beyond an area currently settled by human beings. b) A series of rivers that drains or carries away water from the land around it. c) Different types of land and water (river, mountains, valleys, plateau etc.) d) Can be absolute or relative. Pinpoints the exact place someone or something is.
Urban
a) City, an area of land that has many buildings. b) A series of rivers that drains or carries away water from the land around it. c) Land just beyond an area currently settled by human beings. d) A geographical area that serves as a gateway between two distant lands.
Rural
a) Open land. An area of land that has few buildings. b) Something from nature that people use to meet their needs. c) Both Europe and Asia. d) The longitude and latitude of a given place.
River System
a) A series of rivers that drains or carries away water from the land around it. b) Can be absolute or relative. Pinpoints the exact place someone or something is. c) Both Europe and Asia. d) Different types of land and water (river, mountains, valleys, plateau etc.)
Gateway
a) A geographical area that serves as a gateway between two distant lands. b) Something from nature that people use to meet their needs. c) Small body of water that extends from a larger waterway (usually the later waterway is an ocean or really big water). d) City, an area of land that has many buildings.
Natural Resource
a) Something from nature that people use to meet their needs. b) A place that connects people, goods, and ideas. For example: a mall c) Can be absolute or relative. Pinpoints the exact place someone or something is. d) Small body of water that extends from a larger waterway (usually the later waterway is an ocean or really big water).
Environment
a) Surroundings, usually in history the land surroundings where people lived. b) The study and mapping of the earth. c) The study and mapping of the earth. d) All the businesses that make one kind of product or provide one kind of service.
Immigrant
a) A person who changes the country in which they live b) Place where ships are stopped on a body of water to load or unload their goods. c) A series of rivers that drains or carries away water from the land around it. d) Both Europe and Asia.
Port
a) Place where ships are stopped on a body of water to load or unload their goods. b) An imaginary line that runs exactly in the middle of the Earth. It runs horizontally. c) Can be absolute or relative. Pinpoints the exact place someone or something is. d) All the businesses that make one kind of product or provide one kind of service.
Inlet
a) Small body of water that extends from a larger waterway (usually the later waterway is an ocean or really big water). b) Different types of land and water (river, mountains, valleys, plateau etc.) c) Surroundings, usually in history the land surroundings where people lived. d) The way most of the land in a place is used.
Geographic Features
a) Different types of land and water (river, mountains, valleys, plateau etc.) b) A person who changes the country in which they live c) Small body of water that extends from a larger waterway (usually the later waterway is an ocean or really big water). d) Land just beyond an area currently settled by human beings.
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