Latitude and longitude review

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Latitude and longitude review

  1. 1. Latitude, Longitude and Hemispheres Review
  2. 2. Lines of Latitude are also called…Parallels
  3. 3. Lines of Longitude are also called… Meridians
  4. 4. Lines of latitude run ____ to ____ but are measured as _____ or _____. east…west / north…south
  5. 5. Lines of longitude run ____ to ____but are measured as _____ or _____. north…south / east…west
  6. 6. Is this a line of latitudeor longitude? What isit called?
  7. 7. Tropic of Cancer
  8. 8. And this one?
  9. 9. Tropic of Capricorn
  10. 10. What is this line oflatitude called?
  11. 11. The Antarctic Circle
  12. 12. What about this one?
  13. 13. Equator!!
  14. 14. The Tropic of Capricorn
  15. 15. One more…
  16. 16. The Arctic Circle
  17. 17. What about this famousline of longitude? It’smeasured at 0 degrees.
  18. 18. The Prime Meridian
  19. 19. Where?What is the approximate location using latitude and longitude measurements?
  20. 20. 50 E 60 E 70 E 80 E 90 E60 N50 N40 N30 N
  21. 21. AnswerAbout 42 N, 72 E
  22. 22. One more…
  23. 23. 50 E 60 E 70 E 80 E 90 E60 N50 N40 N30 N
  24. 24. AnswerAbout 55 N, 85 E
  25. 25. The Northern and Southern Hemispheres are separated by… The Equator
  26. 26. The Eastern and WesternHemispheres are divided by…The Prime Meridian (and the 180th parallel or the International Date Line)
  27. 27. Identify at least two continents in the Northern Hemisphere
  28. 28. Identify at least two continents in the Northern HemisphereNorthAmerica Asia Europe Africa
  29. 29. Identify at least two continents in the Southern Hemisphere
  30. 30. Identify at least two continents in the Southern Hemisphere Africa South America Antarctica Australia
  31. 31. Identify at least two continents in the Western Hemisphere
  32. 32. Identify at least two continents in the Western Hemisphere North America South AmericaAntarctica
  33. 33. Identify at least two continents in the Eastern Hemisphere
  34. 34. Europe Asia Africa Australia Antarctica
  35. 35. Identify at least two oceans in the Northern Hemisphere
  36. 36. Identify at least two oceans in the Northern Hemisphere Pacific Ocean IndianAtlantic OceanOcean
  37. 37. Identify at least two oceans in the Southern Hemisphere
  38. 38. Identify at least two oceans in the Southern Hemisphere Atlantic Ocean Indian OceanPacificOcean
  39. 39. Identify at least two oceans in the Western Hemisphere
  40. 40. Identify at least two oceans in the Western Hemisphere ArcticArctic Ocean OceanPacificOcean Atlantic Ocean
  41. 41. Identify at least two oceans in the Eastern Hemisphere
  42. 42. ArcticOcean Pacific OceanAtlanticOcean Indian Ocean
  43. 43. Why does Earth have seasons? Earth’s axis is tilted at about 23 degrees. This means that the sun’s rays hit Earth at a more direct angle during summer than winter.

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