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Which of these is not one of Earth’s four spheres? A.) hydrosphere B.) geosphere C.) terrasphereD.) biosphere L C.) terrasphere F
This is the thin envelope of gases that surrounds Earth. A.) atmosphere B.) biosphere C.) geosphereD.) hydrosphere LF A.) atmosphere
Erosion and weathering are examples of this type of force. A.) constructive B.) destructive C.) build upD.) stationary L B.) destructive F
The hydrosphere contains all of Earth’s ___________. A.) water B.) land C.) lifeD.) air L A.) water F
Heat flowing out of Earth as it cools is one form of ___________ that drives the Earth system. A.) flow B.) system C.) energyD.) air L C.) energy F
Group of parts that include air, water, land, and life. A.) geosphere B.) system C.) groupD.) hydrosphere L B.) system F
Which is the main source of energy that drives the Earth system? A.) gravity B.) weather C.) windD.) heat from the sun L F
The rocks that make up Earth are part of which sphere? A.) biosphere B.) geosphere C.) atmosphereD.) hydrosphere L B.) geosphere F
Which sphere of the Earth system includes trees, grasses, and squirrels? A.) hydrosphere B.) atmosphere C.) biosphereD.) geosphere L C.) biosphere F
Forces that wear down, or destroy, landmass. A.) stationary B.) constructive C.) reinforceD.) destructive L F
Earth’s metal core, solid middle layer, and outer rocky layer. A.) hydrosphere B.) atmosphere C.) biosphereD.) geosphere L F
The sphere that contains all of Earth’s water. A.) biosphere B.) hydrosphere C.) geosphereD.) atmosphere L B.) hydrosphere F
Forces that construct, or build up, mountains. A.) destructive B.) system C.) biosphereD.) constructive L F
The ability to do work. A.) costructive B.) gravity C.) energyD.) geosphere L C.) energy F
This part of Earth contains most of its mass? A.) geosphereB.) atmosphere C.) hydrosphereD.) biosphere L A.) geosphere F
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