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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

13e ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CHAPTER 12: Geology and Nonrenewable Mineral Core Case Study: The Real Cost of Gold Two wedding rings = 6 tons of mining waste Gold mining pollutes air and water Toxic cyanide used to mine gold Gold mining harms wildlife Fig. 12-1, p. 273

By benjamin
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Geological Oceanography

Geological Oceanography

Geological Oceanography. Plate Tectonics Part 2. Plate Tectonics. How do we know that there are plates and that they move? Earth’s lithosphere is broken up into plates Plates are in motion and continually changing in shape and size. Earthquake Distribution. Lithospheric Plates.

By Faraday
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Layers of the Earth – the Foldable

Layers of the Earth – the Foldable

Layers of the Earth – the Foldable. Or, How to Color your Earth Layers Foldable (if needed) AND do your science homework assigned Wed., 09/16/15. What we did in class 09/15/15 :. After the quiz, students colored the foldable layers as dictated by Mrs. Best

By parson
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. 8 th grade science. Vocabulary. Crust - layer of rock that forms Earth’s outer layer, composed of basalt and granite Mantle – below the crust, layer of hot rock, composed of 2 parts Lithosphere – rigid layer of upper part of mantle

By chill
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Mr. Ruark’s Earth Science

Mr. Ruark’s Earth Science

Mr. Ruark’s Earth Science. Thought of the Day- What is the Earth composed of?. Using this week’s notes, illustrations, readings (pages 29-32 in your text), please answer the following questions in complete sentences. What layer of the Earth has a “plastic layer” of rock that flows slowly?

By kendis
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Lithosphere and geomorphology

Lithosphere and geomorphology

Lithosphere and geomorphology. Lithosphere.

By parker
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Chapter 20: The Earth Through Time

Chapter 20: The Earth Through Time

Chapter 20: The Earth Through Time. Introduction: Tracking Past Plate Motions (1). The evidence in support of plate motions comes from measurements made with the Global Positioning System (GPS). However, evidence of past plate motions is not obtained through GPS.

By shyla
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FALCON FOCUS

FALCON FOCUS

FALCON FOCUS. ON YOUR OWN… Search for the 6 differences between the two pictures. Falcon Focus . Answer the questions on the Falcon Focus sheet you picked up. Label the layers of the Earth based on the picture Describe how density changes as you move further down into the Earth.

By issac
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This is

This is

This is. Jeopardy. Earth Science. Final Jeopardy. Jeopardy. What is granite?. Earth's Interior for 200. Continental crust consists mainly of the rock ______________. Back to Jeopardy. What are geologists?. Earth's Interior for 400.

By ona
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Chapter 16. Island Arc Magmatism

Chapter 16. Island Arc Magmatism

Chapter 16. Island Arc Magmatism. Arcuate volcanic island chains along subduction zones Distinctly different from mainly basaltic provinces thus far Composition more diverse and silicic Basalt generally subordinate More explosive Strato-volcanoes most common volcanic landform.

By nascha
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Fe/Ni

Fe/Ni

Fe/Ni. Increasing Fe toward core. Fe/Mg. Increasing Si toward surface. There are certain trends in Earths chemistry. The crust is relatively depleted in Fe, Mg and enriched in Si, O. Effect of chemical differentiation. There are certain trends in Earths chemistry.

By diamond
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Unit 5 – The Dynamic Earth Chapter 17 – Plate Tectonics

Unit 5 – The Dynamic Earth Chapter 17 – Plate Tectonics

Unit 5 – The Dynamic Earth Chapter 17 – Plate Tectonics. Major focus for the Regents Exam! ESRT pages we will study in this unit: Page 5 – Tectonic Plates Page 10 – Inferred Properties of the Earth Page 11 – Earthquake wave travel time & crust composition. Plate Tectonics.

By ave
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Layers of the Earth

Layers of the Earth

Layers of the Earth. Watch the movie trailer for Journey to the Center of the Earth. Identify characteristics that you think are true and those you think are not true. Be prepared to share. https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQx2wLyagk4.

By sabine
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Chapter 14 Geology and Nonrenewable Resources

Chapter 14 Geology and Nonrenewable Resources

Chapter 14 Geology and Nonrenewable Resources. Post Reading Discussion. Contents. 1b. Describe the environmental effects of gold mining. Tons of mining waste Pollutes air and nearby surface water Cyanide heap leaching Cyanide salts used to extract gold

By franz
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PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS. The Earth’s Crust is in Motion. Relating Plate Tectonics to the Rock Cycle and other Processes. http://earthsci.terc.edu/content/investigations/es0602/es0602page01.cfm?chapter_no=investigation. Structure of the Earth. Earth’s Layers Overhead Transparency and Questions.

By bruno
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Sci. 4-1 Inside the Earth Pages 88-94

Sci. 4-1 Inside the Earth Pages 88-94

Sci. 4-1 Inside the Earth Pages 88-94. A. The Earth is divided into 3 layers. 1) Crust- outermost layer, thinnest layer a) 2 types of crust- continental crust and oceanic crust b) Oceanic crust is denser than continental crust. 2) Mantle- between the core and crust, thickest layer

By cicily
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Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift

Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift

Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift. Plate tectonics is a unifying theory that attempts to explain natural phenomena such as earthquakes and volcanoes. . Continental Drift. Continental Drift. Alfred Wegener -1912 large “supercontinent” (Pangaea) existed and then split into pieces

By elvin
(209 views)

2 The Oceanic Environment

2 The Oceanic Environment

2 The Oceanic Environment. Notes for Marine Biology: Function, Biodiversity, Ecology By Jeffrey S. Levinton. ©Jeffrey S. Levinton 2001. The Ocean. Geography and Bottom Features. ©Jeffrey S. Levinton 2001. ©Jeffrey S. Levinton 2001. The Ocean and Marginal Seas.

By adie
(189 views)

Geology Concepts

Geology Concepts

Geology Concepts. Mr. Clark BHS. Key Concepts. Major geologic processes. Earthquakes and volcanoes. Minerals, rocks, and the rock cycle. Plate Tectonics. Structure of the Earth. Features of the Crust and Upper Mantle. External Earth Processes. Erosion . Mechanical weathering.

By ohio
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. Cornell Notes. Who is Alfred Wegener?. A German scientist who hypothesized the theory of continental drift. What is the Theory of Continental Drift?. A hypothesis that all the continents were once joined together in a single landmass called

By haruko
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