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Earth is calling… Will you answer?
Earth scientists use repeatable observations and testable ideas to understand and explain our planet.
Earth is estimated to be 4.6 billion years old.
Earth is a complex system of interacting rock, water, air, and life.
Earth is continuously changing.
Earth is the water planet.
Life interacts with a dynamic Earth and continuously modifies Earth.
Humans depend on Earth for resources.
Natural hazards pose risks to humans.
Humans significantly alter the Earth.
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