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Plate Tectonics Soil FossilsWeather Erosion Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
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When new oceanic lithosphere is created and old lithosphere is pulled down.
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When warm materials rise and cool materials sink.
Decaying Plant and animal matter.
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A portion of earths surface that consists of organic matter mixed with sediment.
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The layers of soil.
WHEN RAINWATER SEEPS THROUGH HORIZONS AND DISSOLVES MINERALS AND NUTRIENTS.
A naturally preserved evidence of life.
Sedimentary rocks, petrification, ice, tar, amber, and mummification.
Hard body parts, shells, teeth, and wood.
Coprolites (poop), burrows, and tracks.
A large electrical discharge.
A scientist who studies fossils.
A stone used to grind food.
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Fossil of organisms that lived for a short time period.
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Whole fossil or portion. (In museum, usually.)
The moving of sediments.
Waves pound on rocks and move sediment to land.
Running water, gravity, wind, glaciers, and waves.
The dropping off of sediment and building up of land.
When glaciers move sediment.
Where is magma found?
Magma is found in the mantle.
The study of ancient life!
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Sci. 3-4 Looking at Fossils Page A. Fossil- any naturally preserved evidence of life.
Lithosphere-rocky outer layer of Earth including the crust and upper mantel. Hydrosphere-all the water on Earth.
The Fossil Record. 1. Fossils are the remains of organisms that lived in a previous geologic time. 2. The study of these fossils is called paleontology.
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Jeopardy Glaciers Rock Cycle HorizonsRivers Volcanoes Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Natural Disasters Plate Tectonics Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition Surface Water Groundwater Forces That Shape The Earth.
Do Species Change Over Time?
Sedimentary Rocks Erosion Deposition Compaction Cementation.
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The Rock Record Section 3 Section 3: The Fossil Record Preview Objectives Interpreting the Fossil Record Fossilization Types of Fossils Index Fossils Index.
Chapter 15, Section 4 Vocabulary Pages fossil The remains or physical evidence of an organism preserved by geological processes Coprolite (Preserved.
FOSSILS. OVERVIEW Explain what fossils are and how most fossils form. Explain what fossils are and how most fossils form. Describe what fossils tell about.
Jeopardy Journey to the Center of the Earth EarthRocksMinerals Rock Cycle Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
EARTH EDITION Miscellaneous Rocks Minerals Plate Boundaries
Section Ten Earth Science Sedimentary Rock Fossils.
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Layers of the Earth.
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Jeopardy Plate Tectonics “ON THE Move” with Plate tectonics! Earth’s Layers Plate Boundari es Geologic Activity EvidenceRocks! Rock Cycle
Learning Targets 1.Identify a mold and cast fossil. 2.Identify a trace fossil. 3.Identify a petrified fossil. 4.Identify preserved remains. 5.Identify.
Internal and External Forces Shaping the Earth. Plate Tectonics Tectonic plates are large pieces of the Earth Divergent – plates move apart Convergent.
Fossils Rocks and Fossils Notes #2. What are Fossils? Fossil- any evidence of an organism that lived in the past. Soft body parts like organs and skin.
Pangea A land mass created by Alfred Wegner Alfred Wegner was a German scientist who claimed the continents were once joined. Fossils Fossils.
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A Fossil is the preserved remains of animals or plants from an earlier era in rock or other geological deposit, often in a petrified state. There are.
Earth Science Test Review Worksheet ANSWERS (30 points)
Physical process soilerosion Natural resources fossils.
Rock Cycle, Earth’s Layers, and Tectonic Plate Boundaries This slideshow is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 United States.
The Earth Science Game Earth Science-1Earth Science-2Earth.
8-2.2 Vocabulary 10/21/14. Fossil: the preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in the past, usually more than 10,000 years ago.
Minerals Earthquakes Earth’s Layers Rock Cycle Plate.
Inside the Restless Earth Chapter 3 Section 4
A Trip Through Geologic Time
REMAINS OR TRACES OF PREHISTORIC LIFE Inclusions found in sediment & sedimentary rocks A Tool for interpreting the geologic past Important time indicators.
NITROGEN CYCLE The movement of nitrogen from the nonliving environment into living things and back.
IN: How do you think fossils form?
Created By Gina Wike. Fossils A fossil is evidence such as remains, imprints or traces of once living organisms preserved in rock A fossil is evidence.
Fossils Mr. Skirbst Earth Science Topic 24. Fossils The preserved remains or evidence of a living thing.
Volcanoes and Earthquakes Earth’s Layers Geologic Time Fossils Plate Tectonics
2. _____the oldest rock layer located (Earth’s story)
Story in the Rocks By: Jana Owen, Maggie Sheehan, and Jace Johansen.
The Cycling of Matter Ch. 3 Lesson 4. Key Concept: Over time, matter- such as rock, water, carbon, and nitrogen- is transferred between organisms and.
Essential Questions: What are fossils and how are they formed? What are the different kinds of fossils? What do fossils tell about how organisms have changed.
Rocks, Rock Cycle and Layers of the Earth Review
EARTH’S PHYSICAL PROCESSES. LITHOSPHERE Earth’s CRUST & SOLID UPPER MANTLE.
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