Geography Tools: Photographs, Globes & Diagrams


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What type of aerial photograph would you take if you wanted a photograph that closely matched a map of the same area?

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1. What would you use infrared photography for in geography?

2. What can satellite imaging do that aerial photography cannot?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

On this combination of a quiz and worksheet, you are reviewing the use of photographs, globes, & diagrams in the study of geography. Questions focus on a type of aerial photograph used to closely match a map of the same area, as well as an example of a geographic diagram.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Review what you have learned in the lesson with quiz questions on these subjects:

  • Using infrared photography
  • The use of satellite imaging vs. aerial photography
  • Simulating three dimensions on a two-dimensional screen
  • An example of a geographic diagram

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about aerial photography
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about simulating three dimensions
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can name an example of a geographic diagram

Additional Learning

To learn more about the subject, look at the lesson titled Geography Tools: Photographs, Globes & Diagrams. Using the lesson, you can explore the subjects below in detail:

  • What geographers study
  • Black and white vs. color photography
  • Using diagrams