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100 200 300 400 500 Earth’s Interior Convection Currents Drifting Continents Sea-Floor Spreading Theory of Plate Tectonics More Plate Tectonics
This is the “ology” that means the study of planet Earth. A 100
What is geology? A 100
These are the two forces that shape Earth’s landforms. A 200
What are constructive and destructive? A 200
These are the waves that are produced by earthquakes. A 300
What are seismic waves? A 300
These are the three main layers that make up the Earth’s interior. A 400
What are the crust, the mantle, and the core? A 400
This causes Earth’s magnetic field. A 500
What is the inner core spinning faster than the rest of the Earth? A 500
This is the movement of energy from a warmer object to a cooler object. B 100
What is heat transfer? B 100
These are the three types of heat transfer. B 200
What are radiation, conduction, and convection? B 200
This is an example of radiation. B 300
What is heat from the sun or heat from a fire? B 300
This is an example of conduction. B 400
What is a spoon heating up in a pot of soup? B 400
This is an example of convection. B 500
What is the movement of soup in a heating pot? (Heat moves up the middle, cools, and then moves down the inside edge of the pot.) B 500
This is the name for the supercontinent of all lands joined together. C 100
What is Pangea? C 100
This is the name of the scientist who developed the Theory of Continental Drift. C 200
Who is Alfred Wegener? C 200
Any trace of an ancient organism preserved in rock is called this. C 300
What is a fossil? C 300
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These are three areas of evidence that support the Theory of Continental Drift. C 400
What are: Landforms Fossil Distribution Climate C 400
This is the scientific term for an educated guess. C 500
What is a hypothesis? C 500
This is the longest chain of mountains in the world. D 100
What is the mid-ocean ridge? D 100
This is the device that bounces sound waves off underwater objects. D 200
What is sonar? D 200
This is what sonar is used for. D 300
What is determining the distance to an object and mapping the ocean floor? D 300
These are the three types of evidence for sea-floor spreading. D 400
What are molten material magnetic stripes and drilling samples? D 400
This is the name for deep, underwater canyons. D 500
What are deep-ocean trenches? D 500
This is the name for the broken sections of the lithosphere. E 100
What are plates? E 100
These are the lines where different pieces of the lithosphere meet. E 200
What are plate boundaries? E 200
This is a deep valley that forms when two plates pull apart. E 300
What is a rift valley? E 300
This is a break in the Earth’s crust where rocks have slipped past each other. E 400
What is a fault? E 400
This is the boundary caused by plates moving apart. E 500
What is a divergent boundary? E 500
This is the boundary caused by plates moving together, or “colliding”. F 100
What is a convergent boundary? F 100
This is the boundary caused by plates moving past each other in opposite directions. F 200
What is a transform boundary? F 200
As the plates collide, this determines which plate comes out on top. F 300
What is density? F 300
This is the word for one plate moving under another. F 400
What is subduction? F 400
This landform is created when two continental plates collide. F 500
What is the formation of mountain ranges? F 500
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