This quiz covers basic principles for an introduction to physical geography class.
Latitude is expressed as an angle ___________ or ___________ of the equator.
Longitude is represented by imaginary lines called __________, which stretch from pole to pole and cross all parallels at a right angles.
Human geography is mostly concerned with __________.
The solid, inorganic portion of Earth is called the ______________.
Polar latitudes exist within a few degrees of the _______________.
Longitude is an angular description of ___________ location, also denoted my degrees, minutes, and seconds.
The processes and consequences of an interconnected world is called _____________________.
When inputs and outputs remain the same over time, they are in balance and can be said to be in _____________.
Earth revolves around the ______________.
Earth rotates from ___________________ on its axis.
Earth's shape is a ______________.
Equatorial latitudes exist within a few degrees of the ___________.
The gaseous envelope of air that surrounds Earth is called the _________________.
A line connecting all points of the same latitude is called a(an) __________.
Physical geography is mostly concerned with ____________.
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