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List the layers of the Earth from the outside to the inside.
Crust, mantle, outer core, inner core
What layer is made of the crust and the outermost mantle?
Which layer allows lithospheric plates to slide on it?
Magma reaches the surface through ________ and __________.
Volcanoes and fissures
Why does CA have earthquakes?
Located on a transform plate boundary.
What is the main process that shapes the landscape?
How is sand moved along the coast?
The movement of sediment is called ___________
A mountain climber finds a U-shaped valley. Which type of erosion likely created this?
Cliffs, marine terraces and sea caves are all formed by ______?
When fuel is consumed, most energy is released as ________
You touch a hot spoon and burn your finger. What type of heat transfer is this?
How are local breezes created?
Uneven heating of Earth’s surface. Convection currents.
How does heat transfer from the sun to the Earth?
Does heat travel from hot to cold, or from cold to hot?
Hot to cold
How is energy transferred from one organism to another?
Energy enters most ecosystems as ________.
What is an abiotic factor?
A non-living factor…water, shelter, sun
Anything that restricts the number of individuals living in a population.
An organism that produces food through photosynthesis.
Producer, Green plants
Which of the following is a non-renewable resource? Water, wind, cotton, fossil fuels
What does wool come from?
What is a hypothesis?
An educated guess that can be tested with an experiment
How do scientists communicate the steps and results from an investigation?
By using the scientific method
What do you call the lines of equal elevation on a topographic map?
CALIFORNIA Science Content Standards Grade 6-Focus on Earth Science As compiled by Mr. Holsinger.
Plate Tectonics Understanding what causes the plates to move.
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Plate Tectonics Brigitte Steinmetz John Adams Middle School.
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Chapter 4: Plate Tectonics PowerPoint Review. Section 4.1 Earth’s Interior.
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What Are Earth’s Layers
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Plate Tectonics Test Trivia How well do you know your stuff?
Catalyst How has population growth effected society? Think about water sources, energy sources, ecosystems, etc.
Inside Earth Crust What is the outermost layer of the Earth?
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Heat Transfer. Earth’s molten outer core is nearly as hot as the surface of the sun. Heat is transferred from the core to the surface of the Earth.
Earth Systems and Resources. Geologic Time Scale – Earth’s History is measured.
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Earth’s Structure Test Review Drill: Which part of the Earth creates the magnetic fields? How are they produced? Objective: SWBAT create a diagram of the.
Inside Earth Chapter One Section 1 Plate Tectonics.
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GEOS 112 Intro to Geology. Who Needs Geology Avoiding Geologic Hazards – Earthquakes – Volcanoes – Other geologic hazards.
Geologists have used two main types of evidence to learn about Earth’s interior: › Direct evidence from rock samples › Indirect evidence from seismic.
How Does Earth’s Surface Change?. Which are the main layers of the earth? A. Lava, crust, core B. Crust, mantle, core C. Inner core, outer core, mantle.
The Dynamic Earth. Section 1: The Geosphere The Earth is an integrated system (rocks, air, water) Geosphere: all rock and sediment on Earth Earth’s Interior:
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THIS IS With Host... Your Earth’s Interior Convection Currents Drifting Continents Sea-Floor Spreading Theory of Plate Tectonics.
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Rocks, Rock Cycle and Layers of the Earth Review.
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What type of boundary is represented here? Transform Boundary.
Chapter 7. The Earth’s inner core consists of liquid metals. Plate tectonics is a theory that describes how large slabs of the lithosphere are moved.
Chapter 15, Section 1: Inside the Earth What we are going to learn: 1. Identify the layers of the Earth by their chemical composition. 2. Identify the.
Earth Interdependence. What internal energy source is responsible for the convection currents in the earth’s asthenosphere?
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