Know the definition, purpose and use of absolute and relative location

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Chapters 1-3 Test Review
Be familiar with ALL of your notes!!!
Know not only the definition, but also the parts, purpose, and use, and/or location of:
Absolute Location
physical & human
Relative Location
geography
Compass Rose
Asteroids
Scale Bar
Meteoroids
Key/Legend
Comets
Map Projections
Atmosphere
grid system
Biosphere
Great Circle Route
Hydrosphere
Physical Map
Lithosphere
Political Map
Equator
Special-Purpose Map
6 Elements of geography (definitions & examples)
Tropics of Capricorn
& Cancer
Arctic and Antarctic
Circle
Ring of Fire
fault
Ice Age
Pangaea
magma
lava
mechanical &
chemical weathering
global winds
wind patterns
Coriolis Effect
Equinox & Solstice
subduction
spreading
faulting
accretion
Tilt, Rotation, & Revolution of the Earth
Be able to answer the following:
1. Be able to locate the following on a map and know their degree numbers!
- Antarctic Circle
- Artic Circle
- Equator
- International Dateline
- Prime Meridian
- Tropic of Cancer
- Tropic of Capricorn
- North Pole
- South Pole
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Be able to identify major types of landforms and bodies of water
Know the Climate Zones and what type of Vegetation and Land Use is in each!!!
Be able to match the correct climate types to their climate region!
Be able to match Land Use with Vegetation!
Be able to find absolute location on a map!
7. Be able to read a climagraph!!!
DIRECTIONS: On a separate sheet of paper, answer the following if you would like extra credit points on
your test. All questions must be answered to receive extra credit – Its ALL or NOTHING!!!
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How are the planets categorized and why?
What are asteroids and where are they found?
Between which major latitude bands can the high latitudes can be found?
a. the mid latitudes?
b. the low latitudes?
What does L.A.C.E.M.O.P. stand for and what is it (factors that affect…?)?
Which climate regions have the widest temperature range?
What is temperature and give an example of how it affects earth?
What happens as you go higher up into the atmosphere (high altitude/elevation)?
What the purpose of our atmosphere?
What two factors cause Earth to have seasons?
What are some examples of countries with a tropical climate?
What are two advantages and two disadvantages of Maps and Globes?
How do you write Absolute Location properly?
What are the layers of earth (core, crust, etc.) and their location?
Purpose and Function of the Water Cycle and what does it maintain?
What is the definition of, reason behind, and examples of types of Plate Movement?
What are the different types of weathering?
What are the different types of erosion?
17b. List one feature created by each of the different types of erosion.
What are the “uses” of Geography? (p. 22 in book)
18b. How can statistical data be used? (p 25 in text)
How can geographers use history? (p 26 in text)
19b. Why do geographers study political science? (p 26 in text)
What is the percentage of land and water on the earth’s surface?
What is the percent of the Earth’s water that is fresh and salt water?
What is the highest point on Earth’s surface?
22b. lowest point?
22c. lowest dry point?
What is groundwater? Where does it originate?
What are the causes and effects of bad drinking water (from the articles we read in class together)
What originally created the land where New York’s Central Park is?
The Dust Bowl is an example of –
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