We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byParker Shipps
Modified over 2 years ago
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Tectonics ErosionHeatEcology Resources & Sci. Skills
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?
Inside Earth Crust What is the outermost layer of the Earth?
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? $500 We learn about the core of the earth by A – digging deep into the earth. B – studying earthquake waves. C – studying.
Inside Earth A journey to the center of Earth. Key Terms seismic waves pressure crust basalt granite mantle lithosphere asthenosphere outer core inner.
What Are Earths Layers Unit D, Chapter 1, Lesson 1, pD6-11.
Changes to Earth’s Surface Chapter 6. Prior Knowledge What are the layers of the Earth? What are the layers of the Earth? What causes Earth’s surface.
Theory of Plate Tectonics Plate Tectonics Plate Boundaries Causes of Plate Tectonics.
Plate Tectonics 6.E.2.2 Explain how crustal plates and ocean basins are formed, move and interact using earthquakes, heat flow and volcanoes to reflect.
Ch. 2 “A Living Planet”. Ch. 2.1 “The Earth Inside and Out”
CST Review Standard 3 Plate Tectonics operating over geologic time has changed the patterns of land, sea, and mountains on Earths surface. a.Know the features.
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.
The Earth as a System The Earth is a system of 4 interacting components. Consists of: - Geosphere- Hydrosphere - Atmosphere- Biosphere.
$100 $400 $300 $200 $400 $200 $100$100 $400 $200$200 $500$500 $300 $200 $500 $100 $300 $100 $300 $500 $300 $400$400 $500.
Geology - is the study of rocks and materials that make up Earth and the processes that shape it.
CLICK ON THE YELLOW CIRCLE TO GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE How Earthquakes Shape and Alter the Earth’s Surface.
Catastrophic Events Mr. Johnson, Science.
Why do earthquakes and volcanoes happen?. In this presentation, I will learn; How to explain where earthquakes and volcanoes gghappen Why earthquakes.
Jeopardy 1 st Semester Final Review December 2005 Inside Earth and Scientific Method Mrs. Gibbars classes.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Chapter 1 Unit C Changes to Earth’s Surface. Lesson 1 Changes to Earth’s Surface Landforms: - physical features on Earth’s surface. Glaciers Mountains.
The Theory of Plate Tectonics. Plate Tectonics Plate tectonics is the theory that explains why and how continents move. By the 1960s evidence supported.
Energy in the Earth System. Objectives of this Unit 1. California Standards: 4a. Students know the relative amount of incoming solar energy compared with.
How Do Natural Forces Change & Shape Our Planet?.
Some questions we will answer today: –How is the earth always changing? –What forces inside the earth create and change landforms on the surface? –What.
Our Dynamic Earth. Earth as a System The Earth is an integrated system that consists of rock, air, water, and living things that all interact with each.
Midterm Review December Where does the energy to fuel food webs come from? A.Producers B.Sunlight C.The Atmosphere D.Consumers.
Earth’s Layers Pages C6-11. Earth’s Layers Crust-where we walk Crust-where we walk Mantle-thickest layer, made mostly of solid rock Mantle-thickest layer,
Changes to the Earth’s surface. The changing Earth The surface of the Earth is always changing.
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.
Plate Tectonics. Brief Structure of the Earth Divided into layers: –Core, mantle, crust.
Lesson 1 What Energy Is Energy is the ability to cause change. Energy allows movement in the world.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.