Geography - Coggle Diagram
Seven Key Concepts
Place - Areas on earth's surface that could be natural or man-made.
Space - The way things are arranged on earth's surface.
Interconnection - Links between people, things and places.
Change - Change overtime
Scale - Events and how the world is affected.
Environment - Living & non-living components that make up a system.
Sustainability - Ongoing capacity of earth to maintain all life.
Grid references - 6 digit coordinates that maps a specific part.
Latitude - Horizontal lines on a map.
Longitude - Lines that go vertically.
Area reference - A whole square area.
Areas that are divided up by their climate and particular features.
Abiotic - Non-living factors, temperature, rainfall, wind.
Tundra - Extremely cold, no trees.
Rainforest - Tropical climates , located near equator.
Aquatic - Largest biome, 75% of the Earth.
Desert - Little to no rainfall, not a lot of vegetation and species.
Grasslands - Can be wet or dry depending on location, home to various animals.
Biotic - Living factors - Bacteria, vegetation, species.