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    • Latitude and Longitude
      Using the Global Grid
    • What are latitude and longitude?
      Latitude and Longitude are imaginary lines that we use to identify places on a map or a globe.
    • What are latitude and longitude?
      You use latitude and longitude to say where something is, such as a city or a mountain.
      084W
      086W
      082W
      088W
      090W
      46N
      44N
      42N
    • Parallels of Latitude
      • Latitude measures angular distance North or South of the Earth’s Equator, in degrees, minutes, and seconds.
      • Latitude is represented by horizontal lines on a map.
      • The Earth’s Equator is zero (0°) degrees latitude, the North Pole is 90 degrees North latitude, and the South Pole is 90 degrees South latitude.
      North Pole: 90° North
      Other parallels of latitude
      Equator: 0°
    • Lines of Longitude
      • Longitude measures angular distance East and West, in degrees, minutes, and seconds.
      • Longitude is represented by vertical lines on a map.
      • Long ago, people agreed to use the line of longitude that runs through Greenwich, England, as zero degrees (0°). All other lines of longitude are either East or West of 0°, and go to 180° in each direction.
      • Lines of longitude are like sections ofan orange; they meet at the poles.
      Longitude lines meet at the North and South poles
      0° longitude
    • What are the red lines on this map called?
      Latitude
      Longitude
    • What are the red lines on this map called?
      Latitude
      Longitude
    • What do we call 0° latitude?
      North Pole
      Equator
      South Pole
    • Through what city does 0° longitude pass?
      Tokyo, Japan
      New York, NY, USA
      Greenwich, England
    • On the map below, a mountain is located near 33°30’ North latitude and 133°00’ East longitude. The red dot shows where it is.
      132E 00’
      132E 30’
      133E 30’
      133E 00’
      134E 00’
      34°00’N
      33°30’N
      33°00’N
    • On the map below, draw dots at these locations:
      34° North latitude and 133° East longitude
      33° North latitude and 133° East longitude
      33°30’ North latitude and 132°30’ East longitude
      132E 00’
      132E 30’
      133E 30’
      133E 00’
      134E 00’
      34°00’N
      33°30’N
      33°00’N