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Latitude and Longitude
Positioning on Earth’s Surface
Positioning on Earth’s Surface Using Latitude and Longitude

East is the direction of
rotation of the Earth

North Pole

S...
Latitude: 900 N to 900 S
East is the direction of
rotation of the Earth

North Pole

Equator

Latitude 00

South Pole
Tropic of Cancer 23.50 North
East is the direction of
rotation of the Earth

North Pole

Tropic of Cancer

Latitude 23.50 ...
Tropic of Capricorn 23.50 South
East is the direction of
rotation of the Earth

North Pole

Tropic of Cancer

Latitude 23....
Arctic Circle 66.50 North
East is the direction of
rotation of the Earth

North Pole

Arctic Circle

Latitude 66.50 North
...
Antarctic Circle 66.50 South
East is the direction of
rotation of the Earth

North Pole

Arctic Circle

Latitude 66.50 Nor...
Longitude: 1800 E to 1800 W
East is the direction of
rotation of the Earth

North Pole

Prime Meridian
0o Longitude

South...
Meridians (a.k.a. Longitude Lines)
East is the direction of
rotation of the Earth

North Pole

Prime Meridian

Longitude: ...
Latitude and Longitude Together
East is the direction of
rotation of the Earth
Prime Meridian

North Pole

Latitude: (90oN...
References

• http://step.nn.k12.va.us/science/ES/Earth_Scie
• http://geography.pppst.com/mapskills.html
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  1. 1. Latitude and Longitude Positioning on Earth’s Surface
  2. 2. Positioning on Earth’s Surface Using Latitude and Longitude East is the direction of rotation of the Earth North Pole South Pole
  3. 3. Latitude: 900 N to 900 S East is the direction of rotation of the Earth North Pole Equator Latitude 00 South Pole
  4. 4. Tropic of Cancer 23.50 North East is the direction of rotation of the Earth North Pole Tropic of Cancer Latitude 23.50 North Equator Latitude 00 South Pole
  5. 5. Tropic of Capricorn 23.50 South East is the direction of rotation of the Earth North Pole Tropic of Cancer Latitude 23.50 North 21 June st 22nd Sept 20th March Equator Latitude 00 22nd December Tropic of Capricorn Latitude 23.50 South South Pole
  6. 6. Arctic Circle 66.50 North East is the direction of rotation of the Earth North Pole Arctic Circle Latitude 66.50 North Tropic of Cancer Latitude 23.50 North Equator Latitude 00 Tropic of Capricorn Latitude 23.50 South South Pole
  7. 7. Antarctic Circle 66.50 South East is the direction of rotation of the Earth North Pole Arctic Circle Latitude 66.50 North Tropic of Cancer Equator Latitude 23.50 North 90o 900 Tropic of Capricorn Latitude 00 Latitude 23.50 South Antarctic Circle Latitude 66.50 South South Pole
  8. 8. Longitude: 1800 E to 1800 W East is the direction of rotation of the Earth North Pole Prime Meridian 0o Longitude South Pole Longitude: (180oE to 180oW)
  9. 9. Meridians (a.k.a. Longitude Lines) East is the direction of rotation of the Earth North Pole Prime Meridian Longitude: (180oE to 180oW) 0o Longitude Longitude 90o West Longitude 90oEast Longitude 60o West Longitude 30o West Longitude 60o East South Pole Longitude 30o East
  10. 10. Latitude and Longitude Together East is the direction of rotation of the Earth Prime Meridian North Pole Latitude: (90oN to 90oS) Longitude: (180oE to 180oW) 0o Longitude Tropic of Cancer Equator Tropic of Capricorn Longitude 90o West Longitude 60o West Longitude 30o West Latitude 23½o North Latitude 0o Latitude 23½o South Longitude 90oEast Longitude 60o East Longitude 30o East South Pole Latitude and Longitude together enable the fixing of position on the Earth’s surface.
  11. 11. References • http://step.nn.k12.va.us/science/ES/Earth_Scie • http://geography.pppst.com/mapskills.html
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