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Mars was once similar to Earth in that
a) it had only one moon b) liquid water flowed on its surface c) it showed evidence of plate tectonics d) its atmosphere had a thin layer of carbon dioxide
It what form(s) do we find most of the water that is present on Mars?
a) in ice caps and a underground permafrost b) as flowing water on the surface of the planet c) in the atmosphere and flowing along canyons d) in great bodies of water such as lakes and rivers
What evidence supports the idea that water once flowed on the surface of Mars?
a) canyons and sedimentary depostis b) inactive volcanoes and impact craters c) permafrost and rocks containing iron oxides d) irregularly shaped moons and inactive volcanoes
Which of the following helps explain why Mars does not have a balanced greenhouse effect?
a) Mars has an iron-rich core b) Most of the water is locked in a permafrost layer underground. c) Plate tectonics prevents the release of carbon back into the atmosphere. d) There are no active volcanoes sending carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere.
Why does Mars have one of the largest volcanoes in the solar system?
a) Mars has seasons like Earth does. b) Mars does not show evidence of plate tectonics c) Mars has a rocky outer crust and an iron-rich core d) The atmosphere of Mars is very thin and composed of mainly carbon dioxide
Mars was once similar to Earth in that
a) it had only one moon. b) liquid water flowed on its surface c) it showed evidence of plate tectonics d) its atmosphere had a thin layer of carbon dioxide
In what form(s) do we find most of the water that is present of Mars?
a) in ice caps and as underground permafrost b) as flowing water on the surface of the planet c) in the atmosphere and flowing along canyons d) in great bodies of water such as lakes and rivers
What evidence supports the idea that water once flowed on the surface of Mars?
a) canyons and sedimentary deposits b) inactive volcanoes and impact craters c) permafrost and rocks containing iron oxides d) irregularly shaped moons and inactive volcanoes
Which of the following helps explain why Mars does not have a balanced greenhouse effect?
a) Mars has an iron-rich core b) Most of the water is locked in a permafrost layer underground c) Plate tectonics prevents the release of carbon back into the atmosphere d) There are no active volcanoes sending carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere
Why does Mars have one of the largest volcanoes in the solar system?
a) Mars has seasons like Earth does. b) Mars does not show evidence of plate tectonics c) Mars has a rocky outer crust and an iron-rich core d) The atmosphere of Mars is very thin and composed of mainly carbon dioxide.
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