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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 Solar System Rotation Revolution Weather Our Changing Surface Fossils and Ancient life
The only star in our Solar System
What is the Sun?
A very large planet between Saturn and Neptune
What is Uranus?
It pulls the mass of all matter and the Moon has much less then the Earth.
What is gravity?
The Moon would need this to make life as we know it possible.
What is liquid water? or What is a breathable air/gas? ( Remember; Plants don’t need oxygen )
One reason a crater can last much longer on the Moon then on Earth.
What is no erosion? or What is no weather? ( Rain and wind would count as weather )
About 29 ½ days is what it takes for this cycle to happen.
What is the Moon’s phases?
The time it takes the Earth to revolve around the sun.
What is one year? or What is about 335 ¼ days?
It creates the day and night.
What is the Earth’s rotation toward and away from the Sun?
This cycle can happen twice a day because the Earth rotates, but at different times because the Moon revolves around the Earth.
What is the tide cycle?
Name the yearly cycle that temperate climates experience because of the Earth’s revolution around the Sun.
What are seasons?
This is the word for natural events which occur in the atmosphere.
What is weather?
This is the pattern of weather that occurs over the length of one year in anyplace on Earth.
What is climate?
3 POINTS EACH CORRECT ANSWER IF YOU NAME MORE THAN ONE This is a type of weather which occurs when a mass of cold air comes into contact with a mass of warm air.
What is wind? or What is precipitation/storms? or What is the temperature drops? or What is the air pressure increases.
This is the major reason that the Earth has a variety of different climates.
What is the amount of direct Sunlight shining on the different parts of the Earth?
The weather changes anytime the amount of one of these two things changes in the atmosphere.
What is the amount of water or the Sun’s energy?
This is the breaking of rocks by changing temperatures, ice, water or any other natural event.
What is weathering?
Rocks, minerals or soil is laid down and left by natural events.
What is deposition?
This large amount of matter slides across the surface of Earth and can create huge round bottom valleys.
What is a glacier?
Pressure within the Earth’s surface can break huge parts of the crust and cause this to happen.
What is an earthquake?
This is formed when a layer of mud, sand or soil is pressed together below many more layers of minerals and soil for millions of years.
What is sedimentary rock?
This word means that a group of living things that are all alike is no longer alive.
What is extinct?
This word means that a group of living things has changed from a similar group that came before and was able to survive in its environment.
What is evolution?
A scientist must have this before she or he can claim to know what might have happened a long time ago before there were humans to witness an event.
What is scientific evidence?
This can become a fossil.
What is evidence of life from long ago that is buried in soil, mineral or mud and becomes part of a sedimentary rock layer.
This is one thing that has to happen for a fossil to form.
What is organic material gets buried in soil with little bacteria? or What is buried organic material must be left for many years until sedimentary rock forms around it?
What type of force is an earthquake? Why is it called this?
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