Chapter 1 Mapping Earth's Surface

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a group of mountains that are closely related in shape, structure, and age
landform with high elevation and high relief
the shape of the land
distance in degrees north or south of the equator
the change in elevation from contour line to contour line
an area mainly made up of one landform
the distance in degrees east or west of the prime meridian
one half of the sphere that makes up Earth's surface
correctly shows the relative sizes of Earth's landmasses
pictures to stand for features on Earth's surface
a flat model of all or part Earth's surface as seen from above
a landform that has high elevation and more or less level surface
the difference in elevation between the highest and lowest parts of an area
pictures of the surface based on data
a feature of topography formed by the processes that shape Earth's surface
the difference between the highest and lowest elevation in one area
1/360 of a circle
labeled with the elevation in round units
a method of finding latitude, longitude, and elevation of points on the Earth's surface using a network of satellites
mapmakers determine distances and elevations using instruments and the principles
connects points of equal elevation
a list of all the symbols used on the map with an explanation of their meaning
the process by which mapmakers convert the location of map points to number
halfway between north and south poles
used to compare distance on a map or a globe to distance on Earth's surface
makes a half circle from the north pole to the south pole
a framework of lines that helps in transferring points on Earth's three-dimensional surface onto a flat map
a sphere that represents Earth's entire surface
a landform made up of nearly flat or gently rolling land with low relief
lines of longitude appear as straight lines while lines of latitude are curved
a map showing the surface features of an area
all the lines of latitude and longitude appear as straight parallel lines that form a rectangle
height above sea level
tiny dots that make up satellite images

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