Branches: Human or Physical?
Five Themes
Map Terms
Biomes
Landforms
100

The population of Braham, MN is over 1,000 citizens.

Human Geography

100

America imports cocoa from Côte d’Ivoire

Movement

100

Map Key or Map Legend

The part of a map or globe that contains symbols and colors to show what things mean.

100

Fertile soil. 30-60in rain. 4 seasons.

Temperate Forest

100

The Gulf of Mexico is a..

Bay

200

The Rocky Mountains are in the western United States of America.

Physical Geography

200

45.6° N, 93.2° W

47 miles north of the state capital

Location

200

*picture*

Compass Rose

200

Prairie. Steppe. Pampas. Cooler version of the Savanna.

Grasslands

200

The mouth of the Nile River is a...

Delta

300

29% of Americans are Catholic.

Human Geography

300

Madagascar - 13% of people have electricity, Lemurs are sacred, and the 5th largest island.

Place

300

Used to find distances on a map or globe.

Scale

300

Hot/Humid.            75-100+ inches of rain. Shallow soil with little nutrients

Tropical Rainforest

300

Where a freshwater river and an ocean meet is called an...

Estuary

400

If water suddenly recedes on the ocean coast and/or it sounds like a train/plane roar, a tsunami is about to hit and you must get to higher ground immediately.

Physical Geography

400

*picture*

Interactions (Human and Environment)

400

Imaginary lines on a map or globe used to determine coordinates (exact location).

Latitude and Longitude

400

Permafrost. Coldest. Times with no sun, and times with no darkness.

Tundra

400

Panama is a thin strip of land that connects two large areas of land AND separates two bodies of water. It is an...

Isthmus

500

In many parts of the world, the left hand is reserved for bathroom wiping, and using it for anything else is very offensive, such as offering food or handshakes.

Human Geography

500

*map*

Region

500

The science and art of making maps

Cartography 

500

Thin layer of good soil. Coniferous. 12-30in. rain.

Taiga or Boreal Forest

500

An isolated hill or mountain with a flat top is a...

Butte (small top)

Mesa (large top)

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