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7. At the bottom of your paper jot down what you think Earth Science is. What is Earth Science?
Earth Science: is four sciences rolled into one!
The first is: GEOLOGY: the study of the origin, history, and structure of the Earth and the processes that shape the Earth.
The second is: OCEANOGRAPHY: the scientific study of the sea.
The third is: METEOROLOGY: the scientific study of the Earth’s atmosphere, especially in relation to weather and climate.
The fourth is: ASTRONOMY: the study of the universe, stars, planets, and moons.
What is an Earth Science Event?
An EVENT is: An Occurrence on or around the Earth that causes a change.
List an EVENT for each Branch of Earth Science on your worksheet.
Here are some EVENTS for OCEANOGRAPHY:
Here are some EVENTS for METEOROLOGY:
Here are some EVENTS for ASTRONOMY:
Here are some EVENTS for GEOLOGY:
What is an ACTIVITY of an OCEANOGRAPHER? Look in your textbook: What do Oceanographers do? *Prentice Hall Earth Science
What is an ACTIVITY of an ASTRONOMER ? Look in your textbook: What do Astronomers do? *Prentice Hall Earth Science
What is an ACTIVITY of a GEOLOGIST? Look in your textbook: What do Geologists do? *Prentice Hall Earth Science
What is an ACTIVITY of a METEOROLOGIST? Look in your textbook: What do Meteorologists Do? *Prentice Hall Earth Science
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