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BIG QUESTIONS What are the main parts of the Earths System? How do Constructive and Destructive Forces change Earth?
Definition: a group of parts that work together as a whole Examples of Systems:
Definition: the ability to do work Two Main sources of Energy that drives the Earths System
Four Main Parts: Atmosphere Geosphere Hydrosphere Biosphere
Thin layer of gas that surrounds the earth Consists mostly of Nitrogen and Oxygen Contain dust, water vapor and all precipitation
Earths mass Consists of solid rocks, metals and other materials Three main parts: Metal core Solid middle layer Rocky outer layer
Contains all Earths water Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Glaciers, water vapor and Ground Water
Life can not exist without WATER! Parts that contain living organisms
Constructive Shape the lands surface by building up mountains and other landmasses Destructive Destroy and wear away landmasses through processes like erosion and weathering.
BIG QUESTIONS Try Them Now!! What are the main parts of the Earths System? How do Constructive and Destructive Forces change Earth?
What is Earth Science? Chapter 1.1 & 1.2. Earth Science The name for all the sciences that collectively seek to understand the Earth. –Geology – the study.
Warm Up 9/17/08 1) A scientific hypothesis can become a theory if ____. a. the entire scientific community accepts it b. the hypothesis is tested extensively.
Earth Science. Earth Science Earth science encompasses 5 areas of study: –Astronomy –Geology –Oceanography –Meteorology –Environmental Science.
The Earth as a System The Earth is a system of 4 interacting components. Consists of: - Geosphere- Hydrosphere - Atmosphere- Biosphere.
Guided Notes on the Nature of Science Pages 5-10 in Earth Science textbook.
By: Christine Gaddy Views of Earth Today. Hydrosphere The hydrosphere is made up of all the water on Earth in oceans, lakes, glaciers, rivers, and streams.
Earth’s Surface: Unit 1 The Big Idea: Continuous processes on Earth’s surface result in the formation and destruction of landforms and the formation of.
1 Using one or more of your senses to gather information.
Earth Processes: Part 2: Hydrosphere (water) The student will be able to describe how surface and ground water affect the shape of the Earth. The student.
Earth as a System (Sect 1-2 & 1-4). Satellite image of ash cloud being spewed from fissure in Chile’s Puyehue-Cordón Caulle Volcanic Range, June 7, 2011.
The Earth and The Material World Module 2. Internal Structure of the Earth.
Warm-Up Direction: Copy down the questions and provide answers. 1.How many layers are there in the Earth’s interior? 2.Who discovered the concept.
Geosphere mostly solid, rocky part of Earth from center of the earths core to the surface of the crust Chapter 3.
The Dynamic EarthSection 3 Chapter 3 Section 3 OBJECTIVES: Identify major processes in water cycle. Describe properties of ocean water. Discuss factors.
Where in the world is water?. Georgia Standard S6E3. Students will recognize the significant role of water in earth processes. S6E3. Students will recognize.
Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Introduction Section 1: Section 1: Planet Earth Section 2: Section 2: Forces of Change Section 3: Section 3: Earth’s Water.
Chapter 5: The Biogeochemical Cycles. Biogeochemical Cycles A biogeochemical cycle is the complete path a chemical takes through the four major components.
BIG QUESTIONS How do Geologists Learn about Earths interior?? What are the features of Earths Crust, Mantle, and Core??
How are species on our planet connected?. Layers of our Planet Geosphere: solid part of earth that consists of soil, rock and sediments. Geosphere: solid.
How is everything on our planet interconnected?. Layers of Our Planet Geosphere: solid part of earth that consists of soil, rock and sediments. Atmosphere:
Objectives Differentiate among the four major branches of Earth science. Earth Science Contrast the four systems of Earth. Discuss how Earth science affects.
Weather Water Cycle Layers of the Atmosphere Air Pressure Review.
Land, Water, and Air 2.2. Lithosphere Earth’s solid surface and interior Includes the crust, mantle, and core The crust and top layer of mantle are divided.
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An Environmental Balance. The Four Spheres of the Earth Atmosphere – blanket of gases surrounding the earth Lithosphere – earths hard outer shell (the.
Earth Processes: Part 1: Lithosphere (land) The student will be able to describe types of rocks and the processes involved in the rock cycle. The student.
The Water Cycle. Processes in the Water Cycle The water cycle is made up of 5 processes The water cycle is made up of 5 processes –Evaporation/transpiration-
Erosion. Definition Erosion is the picking up and carrying away of pieces of weathered rock.
By: Geoffrey Powers CHAPTER 3 REVIEW. 1. Atmosphere is a thin layer of gases surrounding earth’s surface. The atmosphere consists of several layers of.
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