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Layers of Earth interactive assignment

Layers of Earth interactive assignment

Layers of Earth interactive assignment. Crust. Outermost and thinnest layer 2 types-continental and oceanic Least dense layer of Earth Compositional layer. Crust continues. Less than 1% of Earth's mass 0-1,000 degrees Celsius 5-100 km thick Lithosphere(another word for crust).

By zora
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Layers of the Atmosphere

Layers of the Atmosphere

Layers of the Atmosphere. Layers of the Atmosphere. The Troposphere: The Layer in Which We Live The lowest layer of the atmosphere, which lies next to the Earth’s surface, is called the troposphere.

By kimberly
(146 views)

8 th Grade Earth Science

8 th Grade Earth Science

8 th Grade Earth Science. Name Date. The Earth is Made of 5 Physical Parts. Lithosphere Asthenosphere Mesosphere Outer Core Inner Core. Lithosphere. The cool, outermost layer of the earth. The Lithosphere consists of: Crust Rigid, uppermost part of the mantle.

By kira
(206 views)

Structure of the Atmosphere

Structure of the Atmosphere

Structure of the Atmosphere. Troposphere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Thermosphere. Troposphere

By haig
(67 views)

Meteorology

Meteorology

Your Text Here. Meteorology. Composition of Atmosphere. Nitrogen - 78% Oxygen - 21% Argon & Carbon Dioxide - 1%. Layers of the Atmosphere. Troposphere Stratosphere Mesosphere Thermosphere Exosphere.

By hamlet
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Structure of the Earth

Structure of the Earth

Structure of the Earth. 6 th TAG Earth Science/Kwon. Make this Chart!. Layers by compounds. Crust: 5-100 km thick. Made up of oxygen, silicon, aluminum It is the outer most layer Has two layers: continental & oceanic (oceanic heavier because it contains more iron, calcium, magnesium)

By sheri
(72 views)

Unit 3:Tectonic Processes

Unit 3:Tectonic Processes

Unit 3:Tectonic Processes. November 14, 2011. Todays Class. I will return your exams tomorrow. (Grades Look Good) Pick up a textbook from the library We will start Unit 3 today( Tectonic Processes) This unit has a lot of vocabulary words. Please download the vocabulary pdf from my website.

By ethel
(144 views)

UNIT 4 REVIEW

UNIT 4 REVIEW

UNIT 4 REVIEW. WEATHER. True or False The atmosphere is a thin blanket of air that surrounds the Earth. True False. True or False The atmosphere is a thin blanket of air that surrounds the Earth. True False. 90% of the atmosphere’s gases are in the ________. Stratosphere Mesosphere

By lukas
(72 views)

Overarching Question: How does energy from the sun impact Earth’s atmosphere and drive weather?

Overarching Question: How does energy from the sun impact Earth’s atmosphere and drive weather?

Overarching Question: How does energy from the sun impact Earth’s atmosphere and drive weather?. Goal: To draw a diagram of the four layers of Earth’s atmosphere and examine the properties used to distinguish the layers of the atmosphere. What’s going on in this picture?.

By dallon
(132 views)

Atmosphere: Dry air

Atmosphere: Dry air

Atmosphere: Dry air. Primordial atmosphere Volcanic activity, rock outgassing H2O vapor, CO 2 , N 2 , S… no oxygen Present composition of dry air 78% N 2 21% O 2 1% Ar “Minor” consitutents CO 2 0.039%, CH 4 0.00018%, O 3 < 0.00005%

By darin
(93 views)

Atmosphere

Atmosphere

Atmosphere. By: Agustin Peñaherrera. What is it?. It is a layer of gasses that surrounds the Earth. All these gasses are hold down by Earths Gravity. Our atmosphere is what makes life sustainable by retaining gasses as Oxygen and dispersing many UV rays from the sun.

By casper
(123 views)

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. By: Davon and Whitney. Vocabulary. Crust Mantle Core Lithosphere Asthenosphere Mesosphere Outer core Inner core Tectonic plate Continental drift Sea-floor spreading Convergent boundary Subuction zone Divergent boundary Transform boundary Stress Compression

By una
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. By: Courtney Czaplicki & Lauren Ross Period 1. 9/30/11. Composition of the Earth. Crust- The crust of the Earth is the outermost layer. There are two types of crust : Oceanic and Continental. Continental crust is thicker than the Oceanic crust.

By ilana
(93 views)

Layers of the Earth

Layers of the Earth

Layers of the Earth. Geosphere. The Earth as a System. Integrated system of rock, air, water, and living things. This system is divided into four parts: atmosphere (air) hydrosphere (water) biosphere (living things) geosphere (rock). Geosphere.

By mai
(85 views)

BELLWORK

BELLWORK

BELLWORK. Name the layers of the Earth. Inside the Earth. Chapter 15 – Section 1. Vocabulary. Crust – the thin and solid outermost layer of the Earth above the mantel. Mantle – the layer of rock between the Earth’s crust and core. Core – the central part of the Earth below the mantle.

By ayala
(189 views)

Chapter 16 Section 1 Earth’s Atmosphere

Chapter 16 Section 1 Earth’s Atmosphere

Chapter 16 Section 1 Earth’s Atmosphere. - a thin layer of air that forms a protective covering around the planet . 1. Earth’s atmosphere. keeps day cool and nights warm protects life-forms from some of the Sun’s harmful rays. start = Earth’s surface end = outer space.

By thetis
(67 views)

The Atmosphere!

The Atmosphere!

The Atmosphere!. Unit 10/ Day 1 Notes Have a book open to page 4 please. Do you know?. Before we begin, talk these questions over with your group mates: Have you ever heard of the atmosphere before? If so… How? Where? What is the common gas in the atmosphere?

By brian
(115 views)

By Caleb Phillips

By Caleb Phillips

By Caleb Phillips. The spheres of the world. The Atmosphere . It includes all the air in the earth. It has four mane layers ionosphere, Mesosphere ,Troposphere ,and the stratosphere.

By cecily
(111 views)

THE EARTH AND MOON

THE EARTH AND MOON

THE EARTH AND MOON. By Ella Pusey ,Molly Staudt , And Evie Nix. Earth. Earth is 12,742 kilometers in size. The Earth has no craters, but has mountains, valleys, hills, and plains.

By studs
(127 views)

MOON

MOON

MOON. BY LIAM.M & CODY.$. Moons size. Think of the earth as a soccer ball then think of the moon as a golf ball, the moon is only 3,474 km in diameter the earth is 12,742 km in diameter the moon seems pretty puny compared to the earth now. Landforms & craters.

By omana
(174 views)

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