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The cycle that exists between plants and animals that allows all organisms to survive in which plants give out oxygen that animals breathe in and turn into CO2 which is then used by plants.
a) Co2/Oxygen Cycle b) Water cycle c) Life Cycle d) Nitrogen Cycle
The average weather conditions in an area
a) Climate b) Weather c) Cold Front d) Warm Front
the properties of the atmosphere at a given time and location, including temperature, air movement and precipitation
a) Weather b) Climate c) Cold Front d) Atmosphere
The breaking down and wearing away of rock.
a) Weathering b) Erosion c) Deposition d) Compaction
A measurement of the pull of gravity on an object
a) Weight b) Mass c) Matter d) Friction
Material made of tiny pieces of rock, minerals, and decayed plant and animal matter.
a) Soil b) Plants c) Sedimentary Rock d) Sand
The spinning of Earth on its axis.
a) Rotation b) Revolution c) Axis d) Reflection
To travel in a closed path around an object such as Earth does as it moves around the sun.
a) Revolution b) Rotation c) Axis d) Spin
Resources that nature replaces as they are used.
a) Renewable Resources b) Non-Renewable Resources c) Coal d) Oil
Water that falls to Earth’s surface as rain, snow, sleet or hail.
a) Precipitation b) Evaporation c) Condesation d) Surface Run-off
Resources that nature cannot replace quickly
a) Non-Renewable Resources b) Renewable Resources c) Solar d) Geothermal
The phases of the moon that occur due to the revolving of the planet and moon.
a) Lunar cycle b) Rotation c) Reflection d) Sun
Removal of surface material from the Earth's crust and the moving of the materials.
a) Erosion b) Weathering c) Deposition d) Cementation
several types of naturally occurring fuels formed from the remains of plants and animals that died thousands or millions of years ago including a solid (coal), a liquid (petroleum), or a gas (natural gas).
a) Fossil Fuels b) Wind Energy c) Solar Energy d) Alternative Energy
An imaginary line that runs between the North and South poles.
a) Axis b) Equator c) Rotation d) Revolution
Materials eroded by water, wind, or ice are dropped in a new place
a) Deposition b) Erosion c) Weathering d) Compaction
a type of rock formed by gravity pressing fragments of other rocks and minerals together as they settle on land or under the ocean over a long period of time.
a) Sedimentary Rocks b) Soil c) Metamorphic Rock d) Igneous Rock
Energy that comes from the natural heat inside the earth
a) Geothermal b) Biofuel c) Solar d) Wind
Electricity made from the energy of moving or falling water
a) Hydroelectrocity b) Geothermal c) Solar d) Wind
Preserved parts or traces of animals and plants that lived in the past
a) Fossil b) Imprint c) Rock d) Model
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