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Earth Systems Vocabulary
earth the third planet from the sun in the solar system
minerals a solid substance found in nature that has never been alive Examples: copper, sulfur, gold
rock cycle an ongoing process when rocks are changed from one type into another
magma molten (melted) rock below the surface of the earth; on the surface, we call it lava
igneous rock rock formed when magma/lava cools and hardens
volcano An opening in earth’s surface through which lava, gases, and ash pour out
weathering the breaking down of rocks into smaller pieces
erosion the third planet from the sun the planet where we live
sediment material that settles at the bottom of a liquid
deposition the wearing and carrying away of rocks and soil
sedimentary rock rock formed when layers of sediment are pressed together
pressure force produced by pushing or pressing on something
metamorphic rock new rock formed when a rock deep in the earth is changed by heat and pressure
water cycle ongoing movement of water between the atmosphere and earth’s surface
evaporation change from a liquid to a gas
transpiration plant leaves giving off water vapor
condensation gas changes to a liquid as it cools; Example: forming a cloud
precipitation water in the atmosphere that falls to earth Examples: rain, snow, sleet, hail
runoff water that flows over earth’s surface (does not evaporate or soak into ground)
biogeochemical cycles the cycling of matter through earth’s water, air, land, and living things
Bell work 10/28 Through which processes does water vapor enter the atmosphere?
Erosion moving Earth materials from one place to another Geology the study of the Earth remains of past life on Earth Fossils.
The Rock Cycle Sedimentary Metamorphic Igneous. Rock – a naturally formed solid that is usually made up of one or more types of minerals Rock Cycle –
The Sun, Ocean, and the Water Cycle Unit 16. The Water Cycle The water cycle is the continuous movement of water through Earth’s environment. The main.
The Water Cycle. Earth’s Water Cycle A cycle is a process with no beginning or end. It repeats over and over. Matter moves and changes through cycles,
Water in the Atmosphere. The Water Cycle A. Evaporation: Is the process by which water molecules in a liquid escape into air as water vapor. –Requires.
Evaporation Evaporation is when heat energy from the sun causes water in puddles, streams, rivers, seas.
The Water Cycle. Steps in the Water Cycle Evaporation the process of changing water from a liquid to a gas occurs when water on Earth is heated by the.
The Water Cycle 01/20/ a pgs IN: Where does our water come from and where does it go?
8.1 The Rock Cycle 7.4.a Students know Earth processes today are similar to those that occurred in the past and slow geologic processes have large cumulative.
The Water Cycle Review. Evaporation Transpiration Condensation Precipitation Collection / Accumulation Infiltration Percolation GROUNDWATER SUN.
Nutrient Cycles. Nutrients Nutrients in the food you eat provide energy and matter that your body needs to stay alive You need nutrients to carry.
February 18, The earth’s crust is made up of 3 types of rocks.
DO Now 1._____the measure of the force per unit area of air molecules in the atmosphere at a given altitude (atmospheric pressure) 2._____ most abundant.
Earth’s Life-Support Systems Processes necessary for life!
Earth Science Vocabulary. Weathering The breaking down of rock on the Earth’s surface.
The Water Cycle The energy from sun drives the water cycle which in turn drives the weather. The energy from sun drives the water cycle which in turn.
Water Cycle 1.Evaporation 2.Condensation 3.Precipitation 1.Liquid → Gas Liquid water changes into water vapor, which is gas. 2.Gas → Liquid Water vapor.
The Sun and The Water Cycle Grades 3-5. Water Cycle Changes to water when it evaporates into the air, condenses into clouds, and then precipitates back.
Unit 1 Lesson 2 The Water Cycle. What Goes Up … What is the water cycle? The movement of water between the atmosphere, land, ocean, and living things.
Scientists divide Earth into systems to help them better understand the planet. The outermost Earth system is an invisible layer of gases that surrounds.
The Water Cycle Page 101. The Water Cycle -include the following terms on your water cycle poster! Hydrosphere - all the waters on Earth Evaporation.
The Earth Science Game Earth Science-1Earth Science-2Earth.
Igneous, Metamorphic and Sedimentary. A rock is a naturally formed, solid material made up of one or more minerals. What does naturally formed mean? What.
The Water Cycle. Link Where do puddles go? Essential Question How does water move around Earth’s atmosphere and lithosphere (ground)? ?
The Water Cycle By Mrs. C. Cook water cycle- water is constantly being cycled through the atmosphere, ocean, and land. -is driven by energy from the.
* Evaporation is when the sun heats the water in rivers, lakes, or oceans and turns it into vapor or steam. The water vapor or steam leaves the rest of.
THE WATER CYCLE Water moves from the oceans to the atmosphere, from the atmosphere to the land, and from the land back to the oceans.
Rock Cycle A model that shows how rocks are created and changed from one type to another.
Rocks 3.1 The Rock Cycle Rocks are any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter occurring naturally as part of our planet. Types of Rocks 1. Igneous.
The Water Cycle Essential Question: How does water change state and move around on Earth? Purpose: 1. Describe the water cycle. 2. Describe the different.
Lesson 6: Earth’s Water Cycle. What is the Water Cycle? The water cycle is the continual movement of Earth’s water between the land, ocean, and air.
CH. 8 SEC 1 THE ROCK CYCLE Goal /Purpose Students will learn that evidence from rocks allows us to the understand evolution of life on earth Students.
Catch a Cloud!. Why is it important? Water Earth is 75% water People need to drink water to stay healthy Used to clean things – dishes and our bodies.
The Water Cycle By Ariane. What is the water cycle? The water cycle, also known as the hydrologic cycle or H 2 O cycle, describes the continuous movement.
WATER CYCLE the continuous movement of water above, on and below the Earth’s surface.
Water on Earth The Water Cycle. The Science of the Water Cycle.
water cycle evaporation transpiration condensation precipitation Interactions of Earth Systems weather climate rock cycle uplift.
By Madison Bailey. Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic.
Jeopardy Game The Rock Cycle. The Rock Cycle Minerals 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts Weathering/ Erosion/Earth 10 pts 20 pts.
The Water Cycle. Water 3 states Solid Liquid Gas The 3 states of water are determined mostly by temperature. Even though water is constantly changing.
Exploring Earth’s Water Resources. Map of Planet Earth.
CHAPTER 8 Earth’s History. Geology Erosion The study of the structure of planet Earth and of the forces that make and shape Earth When running water,
A naturally occurring solid made of minerals or mineral like matter Means that a rock can be made of many minerals or just one mineral. Every mineral is.
The Rock Cycle Objective: Student will identify and classify the characteristics of the rock cycle by the end of the lesson.
The Rock Cycle Chapter 3, Section 1. Rocks A rock is any solid mass of mineral-like matter that occurs naturally as part of our planet. A few rocks are.
The Water Cycle Water is continually moving from the surface of Earth through the atmosphere in the three states of matter: solid liquid gas.
The Water Cycle. Water is… The only common substance that exists as a solid, a liquid, and a gas. Present everywhere on Earth. In a continuous state.
The Sun and The Water Cycle Grades 3-5. Star A ball of gas in space.
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