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 this is another name for the lines of latitude parallels names the directions of north, south, east, and west Cardinal Directions This line runs north and south from the poles through England and is 0 longitude Prime Meridian a small map inset in the corner of a larger map that helps you understand where the subject area of the larger map is located on Earth locator 1. to turn around on an axis 2. causes day and night rotates 1. meridians 2. 0 longitude = Prime Meridian 3. Measures distance east and west of the prime meridian longitude 1. the shortest and longest day 2. there is a winter one and a summer one 3. They are Dec. 21 or 22 AND June 21 or 22 Solstices a map that shows the boundaries of states and countries political map drawings that stands for real things map symbols a map that highlights Earth's natural features physical map a guide that explains the relationship between distances on a map and real distances map scale an imaginary line through the center of an object axis a map that shows information about the past and present events historical map a physical map that uses color to show the height of land above sea level (think "height" ..... "elevator") elevation map 1. moves around an object in a circle 2. it causes our seasons (think of a kind of door that _______ around a center point) revolve 1. a map that indicates cities, highways, and points of interest 2. tells you how to get from here to there road map 1. also called parallels 2. 0 latitude = equator 3. 90 N and 90 S = North & South Poles 4. measures distance north and south of the equator latitude