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Semester 1. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. 100 Statement. The term for the amount of time a molecule of pollution spends in a body (of water). Answer. 100 Answer.

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semester 1
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100 statement
100 Statement

The term for the amount of time a molecule of pollution spends in a body (of water)

Answer

100 answer
100 Answer

Residence time

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200 statement
200 Statement

These are the driving force behind plate tectonics; also defined as the fluid currents that move heat energy

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200 answer
200 Answer

Convection currents

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300 statement
300 Statement

The solid part of the Earth’s surface layering consisting of the crust and solid upper mantle

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300 answer
300 Answer

lithosphere

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400 statement
400 Statement

What is the term for the area around a well that has been drawn down and therefore has no more water?

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400 answer
400 Answer

Cone of Depression

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500 statement
500 Statement

The process in which one lithospheric plate sinks under another when the 2 plates collide

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500 answer
500 Answer

subduction

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100 Statement

Wegener’s Hypothesis that the continents started out joined as Pangaea, but have since moved

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100 Answer

Continental Drift

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200 statement1
200 Statement

According to the diagram

what feature

should be found at

the bottom of the

Red Sea?

Answer

200 answer1
200 Answer

Seafloor spreading center

(or a submerged continental rift valley)

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300 statement1
300 Statement

This type of convergent boundary has created the Himalayas (be specific!)

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300 Statement

Continental-continental convergent boundary

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400 statement1
400 Statement

When oceanic and continental crust collide, why does the oceanic crust sink below the continental crust?

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400 answer1
400 Answer

Oceanic crust is more DENSE

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500 statement1
500 Statement

Name 3 features present when oceanic crust converges with oceanic crust.

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500 answer1
500 Answer

Subduction of one plate under the other,

Trench,

Volcanic island arc

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100 Statement

This is the energy source that drives the water cycle

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100 answer2
100 Answer

The Sun

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200 statement2
200 Statement

A student does an experiment in which they grow bean plants using different liquids, such as water, juice, and pop. They measure the plant growth over a period of a month. What is the independent and dependent variable?

Answer

200 answer2
200 Answer

Independent- liquid used

Dependent – plant growth

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300 statement3
300 Statement

Convert 7.25 inches to cm. 1inch=2.54 cm

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300 answer1
300 Answer

18.4 cm

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400 statement2
400 Statement

Which sphere?

A hummingbird is part of the ___________

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400 answer2
400 Answer

biosphere

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500 statement2
500 Statement

Which sphere?

Raindrops are part of the

Answer

500 answer2
500 Answer

hydrosphere

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100 statement3
100 Statement

What is the term for the

body of water shown

here? Defined as a

water supply that contains enough water and recharges fast enough to be used by people

???

????

Answer

100 answer3
100 Answer

Aquifer

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200 statement3
200 Statement

Identify the 2 layers questioned here:

?????

??????

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200 answer3
200 Answer

Top: Zone of aeration

Bottom: Zone of saturation

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300 statement4
300 Statement

Which type of aquifer is most susceptible to pollution from above?

Answer

300 answer2
300 Answer

Unconfined

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400 statement3
400 Statement

What feature is identified here?

????

Answer

400 answer3
400 Answer

Watershed divide

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500 statement3
500 Statement

Put the following in order from least to most amount of water present:

rivers/lakes, atmosphere, ice, oceans

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500 answer3
500 Answer

Rivers/lakes, atmosphere, ice, ocean

Bonus: What percentage of water is found in the oceans?

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100 statement4
100 Statement

What is porosity?

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100 answer4
100 Answer

Percentage of open space within a sample

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200 statement4
200 Statement

Calculate the density of the following substance:

Mass = 10 g

Volume = 5 mL

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200 answer4
200 Answer

2 g/mL

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300 Statement

Describe the water displacement method of finding volume for an irregular shaped object:

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300 answer3
300 Answer
  • Put a measured amount of water in a graduated cylinder
  • Put object in cylinder
  • Read new volume of water
  • Subtract initial volume from final volume

Bonus: What is the problem with the Ogallala Aquifer?

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400 statement4
400 Statement

A small, steep sided volcano, with a short life span and explosive eruptions is most likely a _______________.

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400 answer4
400 Answer

Cinder cone

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500 statement4
500 statement

A volcano which is larger, has steep sides, a longer life span, and is made up of layers of lava and tephra is most likely a ______________.

Answer

500 answer4
500 Answer

Stratovolcano

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