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Ch. 11 Section 2 Climate & Vegetation; Analyzing & Interpreting Data

Across
Desert, rain forest, and tropical Savannah are types of ___ in Latin America
The second step in analyzing maps is to read the ___ to understand how the map uses symbols, colors, and patterns.
The third step in analyzing a map is to ___ the map key.
The height of land above sea level.
The closer a region is to the equator, the ___ the weather.
High mountains & dense ___ have affected trade & travel among the regions of South America.
___ patterns move cold air from the North and South Poles toward the Equator.
Large grassy plains, known as ___, are found in Argentina & Uruguay where cattle are raised.
The main three factors the affect climate are: elevation, the distance from the ___, and wind patterns.
Climates vary from place to place in ___ America.
Down
The final step in interpreting maps is to draw ___ about what the map shows.
The ways goods and services are produced and made available to people.
Plants that grow at higher elevations must be able to withstand cooler temperatures, chill winds, and ___ rainfall.
Sugar cane, coffee, and banana require warm weather and abundant ___.
When analyzing & interpreting Maps, first you ___ the map title and get a general idea of what it shows.