Globe
Geography
Glacier
Miscellaneous
Regions
100

Half a sphere

Hemisphere

100

natural features like rivers, lakes and mountains that separate counties, states or countries.

Physical boundaries

100

A period of time long ago when glaciers covered much of the Earth's surface

Ice Age

100

The height of land above sea level

elevation

100

Region that was unglaciated

Western upland

200

Parallels that run from east to west

latitude

200

Boundaries that governments create to separate counties, states, and countries.

Political boundaries

200

Giant sheets of ice 

glaciers

200

Fine particles of soil washed along by flowing water that settle at the bottom of a river or lake.  

Silt

200

Region where Washington Island is

Eastern Ridges and Lowlands

300

An imaginary line that divides the globe into two equal half from east to west

Prime Meridian

300

The study of the Earth including its people, resources, climate and physical features.

Geography

300

Southwest region of WI that was never covered by glaciers

Driftless Area

300

The area of land that drains into one waterway

watershed 

300

Largest of WI's regions

Northern Highlands

400

imaginary lines that run from the north pole to the south pole

longitude

400

A defined area of a place that has common features such as a similar landscape

region

400

Ridges or long hills that were once the edge of a glacier

moraine

400

This trail is important because it helps people understand WI's geography and history

Ice Age Trail

400

Region that includes the Apostle Island

Lake Superior Lowlands

500

Imaginary line that divides the globe into the northern and southern hemisphere

equator

500

The detailed description of physical features

topography

500

Region of WI that was once a glacier lake

central plains

500

Why is the Ice Age Trail important

It helps people understand WI's geography and history.

500

Region in the middle of the states

Central Plains

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