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Earth Science. JEOPARDY!. Chemistry & Minerals. Weathering & Erosion. Freshwater. Volcanoes. Earthquakes. Round Two. Plate Tectonics. Geologic Time. Meteorology. Oceanography. Astronomy. Round One. END. Chemistry & Minerals FOR 100. The building blocks of minerals.

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Earth Science

JEOPARDY!

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Chemistry & Minerals

Weathering & Erosion

Freshwater

Volcanoes

Earthquakes

Round Two

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Plate Tectonics

Geologic Time

Meteorology

Oceanography

Astronomy

Round One

END

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Chemistry & Minerals FOR 100

The building blocks of minerals.

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Chemistry & Minerals FOR 100

What are elements?

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Chemistry & Minerals FOR 200

Atoms that contain the same numbers of protons and different numbers of neutrons.

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Chemistry & Minerals FOR 200

What are isotopes?

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Chemistry & Minerals FOR 300

The way light is reflected off the surface of a mineral.

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Chemistry & Minerals FOR 300

What is luster?

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Chemistry & MineralsFOR 400

The five characteristics of a mineral.

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Chemistry & Minerals FOR 400

What are; definite chemical composition, inorganic, naturally occurring, crystalline, solid?

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Chemistry & Minerals FOR 500

A non-silicate class of mineral that contains the elements carbon, oxygen and a metallic element such as magnesium.

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Chemistry & Minerals FOR 500

What are carbonates?

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 100

The classification of weathering that changes the composition of the rock.

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 100

What is Chemical Weathering?

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 200

Type of mechanical weathering that involves the freezing and thawing of water.

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 200

What is frost wedging?

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 300

The force behind mass movements.

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 300

What is gravity?

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 400

The type of environment where chemical weathering would be most effective.

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 400

What is warm and humid?

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 500

The name of the material deposited by a glacier.

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Weathering & Erosion FOR 500

What is till?

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Freshwater FOR 100

To keep the water budget balanced, these two factors must be equal.

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FreshwaterFOR 100

What are evaporation (transpiration) and precipitation?

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FreshwaterFOR 200

Groundwater is found in this underground zone.

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FreshwaterFOR 200

What is the zone of saturation?

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FreshwaterFOR 300

The three types of load carried by a stream in order of their size from largest to smallest.

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FreshwaterFOR 300

What are bed, suspended, and dissolved?

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FreshwaterFOR 400

The land area that contributes water to a stream.

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FreshwaterFOR 400

What is a drainage basin?

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Daily Double

A formation where groundwater can rise under its own pressure.

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Daily Double

What is an artesian well?

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Earthquakes FOR 100

These are the smaller earthquakes that precede a major earthquake.

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Earthquakes FOR 100

What are foreshocks?

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Earthquakes FOR 200

The instrument that measures the energy released from an earthquake.

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Earthquakes FOR 200

What is a seismograph?

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Earthquakes FOR 300

The most destructive type of seismic waves.

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Earthquakes FOR 300

What are surface waves (Rayleigh and Love)?

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Earthquakes FOR 400

The ocean waves formed by an earthquake that occurs on the ocean floor.

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Earthquakes FOR 400

What is a tsunami?

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Earthquakes FOR 500

This specific type of seismic wave is used to determine composition of the Earth’s interior because it can travel through solids, liquids, and gases.

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Earthquakes FOR 500

What are P-waves?

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Volcanoes FOR 100

The Hawaiian islands were formed when the Pacific plate moved over one of these.

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Volcanoes FOR 100

What a hot spot?

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Volcanoes FOR 200

A large depression at the top of a volcano that can be formed when the summit collapses.

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Volcanoes FOR 200

What are calderas (craters)?

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VolcanoesFOR 300

A lava flow with a surface of rough, jagged blocks and sharp, angular projections.

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Volcanoes FOR 300

What is a’a?

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Volcanoes FOR 400

The term to describe a fluids resistance to flow.

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Volcanoes FOR 400

What is viscosity?

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Volcanoes FOR 500

The level of silica, viscosity, and gas amounts for an explosive eruption.

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Volcanoes FOR 500

What are high, high, and high?

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Plate Tectonics FOR 200

The scientist who developed the theory of continental drift and Pangaea.

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Plate Tectonics FOR 200

Who was Alfred Wegener?

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Plate Tectonics FOR 400

When one lithospheric plate is forced to descend into the mantle.

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Plate Tectonics FOR 400

What is subduction?

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Plate Tectonics FOR 600

Earthquakes usually occur along these type of plate boundaries.

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Plate Tectonics FOR 600

What are transform plate boundaries?

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DAILY DOUBLE

The type of plate boundary where magma rises forming the mid-ocean ridge.

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DAILY DOUBLE

What is a divergent plate boundary?

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Plate Tectonics FOR 1000

Term to describe the strips of alternating magnetic polarities that show changes in Earth’s magnetic poles over time.

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Plate Tectonics FOR 1000

What is paleomagnetism?

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Geologic Time FOR 200

The principle that the present is the key to the past.

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Geologic Time FOR 200

What is uniformitarianism?

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Geologic Time FOR 400

The rock type that preserves fossils.

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Geologic Time FOR 400

What is sedimentary rock?

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Geologic Time FOR 600

The geologic eras in order.

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Geologic Time FOR 600

What are Precambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic?

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Geologic Time FOR 800

The fraction of original parent isotope that would exist after 4 half-lives.

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Geologic Time FOR 800

What is 1/16?

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Geologic Time FOR 1000

The three characteristics for an index fossil.

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Geologic Time FOR 1000

What is short-lived, widespread, and easily identifiable?

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Oceanography FOR 200

The four major oceans of the Earth.

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Oceanography FOR 200

What are the Pacific, Indian, Atlantic, and Arctic?

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Oceanography FOR 400

A downslope current of dense sediment-rich water.

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Oceanography FOR 400

What is a turbidity current?

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Oceanography FOR 600

The name of the zone that describes how sunlight fully penetrates the ocean water.

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Oceanography FOR 600

What is the photic zone?

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Oceanography FOR 800

The most abundant salt in the sea.

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Oceanography FOR 800

What is Sodium Chloride?

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Oceanography FOR 1000

Deep, steep-sided valleys that originate on the continental slope and may extend to the ocean basin floor.

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Oceanography FOR 1000

What are submarine canyons?

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Meteorology FOR 200

The two gases that make up nearly 98% of atmospheric composition.

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Meteorology FOR 200

What are Nitrogen (~78%) and Oxygen (~20%)?

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Meteorology FOR 400

The “hidden” heat that causes the difference in wet adiabatic and dry adiabatic cooling.

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Meteorology FOR 400

What is latent heat?

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Meteorology FOR 600

The classification of an air mass that would be cold and dry.

(two letters)

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Meteorology FOR 600

What is a cP air mass?

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Meteorology FOR 800

The direction of winds in a low pressure system in the Southern hemisphere.

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Meteorology FOR 800

What is clockwise towards the center?

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Meteorology FOR 1000

The two greenhouse gases that are the most responsible for absorbing radiation emitted by Earth.

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Meteorology FOR 1000

What are Carbon Dioxide and Water Vapor?

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Astronomy FOR 200

The first astronomer to say that the path of the planets around the Sun was an ellipse.

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Astronomy FOR 200

Who was Kepler?

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Astronomy FOR 400

The slow change in tilt of the Earths axis over time.

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Astronomy FOR 400

What is precession?

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Astronomy FOR 600

The only planet (other than Earth) that shows evidence of water erosion.

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Astronomy FOR 600

What is Mars?

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Astronomy FOR 800

The three factors that impact a stars magnitude.

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Astronomy FOR 800

How big it is? How hot it is? How far away it is?

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Astronomy FOR 1000

In terms of wavelength, what happens during a blue shift.

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Astronomy FOR 1000

What is the wavelength is shortened?

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GOOD JOB!

KEEP STUDYING!!

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