Geography Skills

Geography Skills

GEOGRAPHY SKILLS Lesson 1 EASTERN HEMISPHERE 1. Sphere- a ball like shape- the shape of the earth

2. Hemisphere- half of a sphere 3. Equator- the imaginary line that runs east to west and divides the earth into two equal parts. (latitiude)

4. Southern Hemisphere- any area south of the equator 5. Northern Hemisphere- any area north of the equator

6. Prime Meridian- imaginary line that runs north to south. The earths zero of longitude. Passes through Greenwich, England. 7.Western Hemisphere- part of the Earth that is to the west of the Prime Meridian.

8. Latitude- imaginary lines that run east to west- but measure distances north and south of the Equator. 9. Longitude imaginary lines that run north and south but measure

distances east and west of the Prime Meridian

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