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Row 1, Col 1 Scientists believe that long ago all of Earth’s landmasses formed one huge supercontinent known as What is Pangaea?
1,2 Many of the world’s first settlements & civilizations developed along these What are rivers?
1,3 The area on Earth at or near the Equator What is tropic?
1,4 A natural resource that is or was living What is a biological resource?
2,1 As the crust rises, it pushes large blocks of rock upward, forming… What is mountains & plateaus?
2,2 This ocean is the widest & deepest of all the oceans What is the Pacific Ocean?
2,3 The different kinds of weather at a particular place over a long period of time What is climate?
2,4 Resources Produced naturally Took thousands of years Limited supply What are nonrenewable resources?
3,1 People have chosen to build these near floodplains & deltas What are cities?
3,2 Frozen glaciers and ice caps contain this much fresh water What is 70%?
3,3 These affect the temperature of some land areas. What are ocean currents?
3,4 Natural resource used to provide heat and other energy What is a fossil fuel?
4,1 This makes floodplains & deltas excellent for farming. What is rich soil?
4,2 Most of the water that humans use every day (about 80%) comes from this What is surface water?
4,3 A polar climate is said to be the opposite of this What is a tropical climate?
4,4 Process designed to recover and reuse materials instead of throwing them away What is recycling?
5,1 The process of moving sediment. What is erosion?
5,2 A lake that forms behind a human-made dam What is a reservoir?
5,3 The drier side of the mountain is said to be in this What is the rain shadow?
5,4 A natural resource found in rocks What is a mineral?
EARTH’S LANDFORMS CHAPTER 1 LESSON 1. LANDFORMS Landforms are the shape of a part of Earth’s surface. Landforms are the shape of a part of Earth’s surface.
World Regions Chapter 1 Test. Landforms Bodies of Water Climate Natural Resources Grab Bag
Lesson 1 Earth’s Landforms. DO NOW- Write a paragraph using the words below. You may not use your book. (Use at least 5 words) You may use your imaginations!
Study Guide Ch. 1 1.Many of the worlds first people lived near water 1. Tidal waves are caused by earthquakes and storms.
Land, Air, and Water Chapter 2, Section 2. Forces Inside the Earth About 90% of the world’s earthquakes and many of the world’s active volcanoes occur.
Features of the Earth’s surface and how they are formed and changed.
EARTHS WATER SUPPLY. SOME QUICK FACTS 70% of the Earths surface is covered with water 70% of the Earths surface is covered with water 97% of Earths water.
What is one requirement of all living things? Water.
Slow Changes to Earth’s Surface ROW 1ROW 2ROW 3 ROW 4 ROW 5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
Ch. 1 Lesson 4 Natural Resources. Natural Resource Natural resource is something in nature that is valuable to people and is used to make food, energy,
Processes Shaping Planet Earth Essential Question: What forces have helped shape Earth’s landforms, climate, and plant life?
Changing Landscape Today’s Goal: To learn how erosion shapes the landscape around us To identify and understand the different types of erosion (e.g., splash.
CARDIO 1.IF YOU WERE A SCIENTIST AND BASED YOUR STUDIES FROM THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ON PAGE 28 OF YOUR TEXT BOOK, HOW WOULD YOU PROVE THE THEORY OF PLATE.
2.2 Land, Air, and Water Geography. 2.2 Land, Air, and Water Vocabulary Landform Mountain Hill Plateau Plain Plate tectonics Ring of fire Pangaea Plate.
How does water affect Earth’s features? Weathering Erosion Deposition Ice/Meteorites.
How Convection Currents Affect Weather and Climate.
Chapter 10 Lesson 1 How Does Earth’s surface change? Earth’s Features: Landforms on Earth are shaped and changed over time by many natural causes like.
What makes the plates of the crust move? Continental Drift Pangea Mid-Ocean Ridge Convection Theory of plate tectonics.
UNIT SEVEN: Earth’s Water Chapter 21 Water and Solutions Chapter 22 Water Systems Chapter 23 How Water Shapes the Land.
Earth’s Geological Features Introduction to Chapters 6 and 9.
CLIMATE AND WEATHER. CLIMATES OF THE WORLD A climate is a long-term pattern of air temperatures and precipitation. Earth has 3 major climate zones on.
MS. BLUM’ Chapter 3: Lesson 1. Plate Tectonics Large plates of rock float around on lava.
Our Changing Earth The Earth is made up of different kinds of materials, including rocks. Soil, water, and the gases of the atmosphere. Soils have different.
Landforms and Waterways Climate People. Landforms and Waterways The landforms and waterways on the surface of the earth are shaped by huge forces that.
Hosted by Mrs. Hillanbrand Vocab.LandformsMexico City Natural Resources Vocabulary.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Created by Tresa Curran Click to begin.
SCIENCE L1 WHERE IS EARTH’S WATER? Earth – The water planet People use water to travel ¾ of surface is covered by water It provides a home &
Planet Earth Getting to Know Earth The atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere form the biosphere, the part of Earth that supports life for all people,
Destructive Processes Weathering is the breakdown of rocks by the action of rain, cold, snow, etc. at or near Earth’s surface. Mechanical weathering breaks.
Water and Its Properties Essential Question: What makes water so important?
Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition. Weathering Process of breaking down rocks and other substances on the earth by heat, cold, water, or ice.
1. Section 1: Weather and Climate Weather is the condition of the atmosphere at a certain time and place. Climate is a region’s average weather over a.
Changes to Earth’s Surface. The surface of the Earth is constantly changing. Some changes happen quickly and can be dangerous. Others happen so slowly,
Chapter 4: Weather and Climate Notes. Weather: condition of the atmosphere at a particular place and time (short term) Climate: average conditions of.
Physical Geography Chapter 3: Physical Geography.
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 Regions 1 Regions 2Geography 1Geography.
Constructive and Destructive Forces that effect Earth’s Landforms.
Earth Science Study Guide. How would a glacier affect the landscape of a state?
Unit 6. Climate – the average weather conditions of an area over a long period of time Weather is the day to day conditions *Climate you expect and.
CLIMATE and CLIMATE CHANGES. Weather vs. Climate Weather represents conditions from moment to moment. Climate represents characteristic weather patterns.
WEATHERING AND EROSION. Processes that change the surface of the Earth n Mechanical n Mechanical or Physical Weathering n Chemical n Chemical Weathering.
JEOPARDY GAME THIRD GRADE SCIENCE CHANGES IN THE EARTH Created by Kathleen Porter.
Vocabulary Words Landform- An area of the Earth’s surface with a definite shape. Examples; mountains and hills.
Introduction To Earth Science. Earth’s Changing Surface.
Bodies of Water and Landforms. Oceans Large bodies of SALT water the surround a continent. Large bodies of SALT water the surround a continent.
Chapter 2: The Physical World Questions to examine… What causes the seasons? What does our planet consist of? What affects our climate (weather)? How is.
1 Glaciers Carve Land and Move Sediments Section 5.4.
The Hydrosphere Objective: 8.E.1.1 Explain the structure of the hydrosphere including: Water distribution on earth Local River basins and water availability.
Opening Discussion What do you see in this image? How was this image taken? Do you think there is more land or water on Earth? Why?
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