# Geography

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Scale as a statement
‘The relationship between scaled size (usually smaller) and size in real life’ also allows you to measure accurate distance and location on a map. Examples: • Distance on maps • Blueprints for buildings • Calculating distance, time-distance relation
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Landform
A natural feature on the earth’s surface. eg. Rivers, Mountains, Basin, Ridge, crest, escarpment
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Calculating Distance
Cm/km conversions, 100,000cm = 1km
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Spatial reference
How geographic data is mathematically transformed onto a flat map. eg. Distribution, Density/intensity
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Structure
Short answer: (2-6 lines) - Identify - Define/discuss/describe - Evidence Extended answer: (1 page) - Identify - Define - Describe - Discuss - Evidence
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Site
Actual location of a settlement on the earth, Physical attributions. eg. climate, vegetation
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Situation
Location of a place relative to its surrounding. eg. accessibility due to location, extend of connections with other people
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Natural features
Eg. landforms, drainage features, climates, soils, and vegetation.
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Cultural features
Made by humans, eg. towns and cities, transportation, road, rail, industry, mining and agriculture
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A natural feature on the earth’s surface. eg. Rivers, Mountains, Basin, Ridge, crest, escarpment

Landform

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Cm/km conversions, 100,000cm = 1km

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How geographic data is mathematically transformed onto a flat map. eg. Distribution, Density/intensity

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Short answer: (2-6 lines) - Identify - Define/discuss/describe - Evidence Extended answer: (1 page) - Identify - Define - Describe - Discuss - Evidence