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Mapping Earth's Surface I & 2

Mr. Power

A puzzle made from the vocabulary of sections I and 2 of Chapter 1 Mapping Earth's Surface.

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3.Relates distance on a map to distance on Earth's surface
6.A framework of lines that helps show landmasses on a flat surface
10.A landform made up of flat or gently rolling land
11.A high landfrom with high elevation and high relief
13.An imaginary line the cirlces the Earth from north to south
14.Earth's oceans lakes, rivers and ice
15.Formed by the processes that shaped the Earth
18.Earth's solid rocky outer layer
19.A list of all the symbols used on the map with and explanation
21.A landform that has high elevation and is more or less level
22.All living things
23.Distance in degrees east or west of the prime meridian
24.A sphere that represents the Earth's surface
1.A model on a flat surface of all or part of the Earth's surface
2.A large area of land where the topography is similar
4.Distance in degrees north or south of the equator
5.A group of mountains that are closely related in size, structure and age
7.An imaginary line that circles the Earth
8.The shape of the land
9.A mixture of gases that surrounds the Earth
12.The difference in elevation between the highest and lowest parts
14.One half of the sphere that makes up Earth's surface
16.The height above sea level
17.Pictures used to stand for features on Earth's surface
20.A unit of measure around a circle, 1/360

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