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The strong winds of a tornado uproot many trees. This is an example of
a) the atmosphere affecting the hydrosphere b) the atmosphere affecting the biosphere c) the biosphere affecting the hydrosphere d) the hydrosphere affecting the geosphere
One way scientist study the hydrosphere is by using
a) deep-sea vehicles b) weather balloons c) treetop platforms d) sound waves
Earth's atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, and geosphere are considered open systems because
a) only matter moves back and forth among them b) only energy moves back and forth among them c) both matter and energy move back and forth among them d) neither matter nor energy moves back and forth among them
Warm ocean water may provide energy that creates large tropical storms, such as hurricanes. This is an example of how the hydrosphere may affect the
a) hemisphere b) geosphere c) biosphere d) atmosphere
Scientist use satellite photos to track changes in plant and animal life. This is an example of how scientist study the
a) hydrosphere b) atmosphere c) biosphere d) geosphere
Earth is considered a closed system because
a) energy cannot enter or leave b) matter cannot enter or leave c) both energy and matter cannot leave d) neither energy nor matter can enter or leave
What is a system?
a) a special set of independent units b) an interacting group that works as a whole c) several unrelated units performing individual tasks d) a single object that has more than one function
Strong winds slowly wear away the sides of a canyon. This is an example of how the atmosphere may affect
a) the atmosphere b) the geosphere c) longitude d) latitude
Earth has what kind of shape?
a) Oval b) Sphere c) Circle d) Oblong
Scientist may use treetop platforms to study forest birds. These scientist are studying the
a) Hydrosphere b) Atmosphere c) Biosphere d) Geosphere
Oceans, lakes, glaciers, rivers, streams and underground water are included in the
a) Hydrosphere b) Atmosphere c) Biosphere d) Geosphere
Diving suits and this are both examples of technology used to study the hydrosphere
a) System b) Atmosphere c) Geosphere d) Deep-sea Vehicles
A terrarium is a simple closed
a) System b) Weather balloon c) Animal d) Car
All life on earth is referred to as the
a) Atmosphere b) Biosphere c) Hydrosphere d) Geosphere
Scientist release this into the air to investigate how the atmosphere interacts with the other parts of the earth system.
a) Weather Balloons b) Deep-sea Vehicles c) System d) Atmosphere
Water covers nearly three quarters of the earth's surface and makes up the
a) Biosphere b) Hydrosphere c) Atmosphere d) Geosphere
Continents, islands, and the sea floor are all part of the
a) Biosphere b) Atmosphere c) Geosphere d) Hydrosphere
Nitrogen and oxygen make up nearly 99% of the
a) Biosphere b) Hydrosphere c) Geosphere d) Atmosphere
Earth's inner core and outer core are both
a) parts of the molten athenosphere b) parts of Earth's rigid lithosphere c) completely solid spheres d) made up of hot metals
How do earth's crust and mantle differ?
a) The crust is much thinner and less dense than the mantle b) The crust is much thinner and denser than the mantle c) The mantle is much thicker and less dense than the crust d) The mantle is much thinner and denser than the crust
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