The study of names of countries, states , and cities
The study of how to prevent and clean up pollution
The study of the Earth and its people
The study of rocks, minerals, and soils of Earth
Half the earth; western
0 degrees longitude; western
0 degrees latitude; eastern
Half the earth; eastern
Tropic of Capricorn
Tropic of Cancer
Throughout the year the North Pole receives little light from the sun
The Earth makes one revolution around the sun every 365 days
The Earth rotates on its axis causing only part of the Earth to receive light
The sun shines on only the northern hemisphere from June through December
Tell who published the map
Show capitals and countries
Determine elevation above sea level
determine distance from point to point
India and China
North America and Australia
China and Australia
South America and northern Asia
7 degrees north and 108 degrees west
7 degrees south and 108 degrees east
165 degrees north and 108 degrees east
135 degrees north and 7 degrees east
Asia is mainly a Christian continent.
There are several different types of religion practiced in Asia.
Hinduism is the main religion in Asia.
Eastern Asia is mostly Judaism.
There are distortions or inaccuracies in various projections
The Robinson projection never shows the equator
North America is hard to find on map projections
Europe and India
India and North America
South America and North America
Africa and India
United States and China
Brazil and France
China and India
Australia and India
South America and Africa lead the way in carbon emission emissions
India is a major player in carbon emissions
Central America contributes the most to carbon emissions.
United States seems to be leading the way in carbon emissions
Africa seems to be suffering the most from poor health care and have many children dieing.
Canada and Australia don't have many doctors because so many children are dieing in those countries.
South America is worse off than Africa because they have more deaths than anywhere else in the world.
Europe leads the world in infant mortality (death)