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The _____ consists of water above ground, below ground, and in the air.
a) atmosphere
b) biosphere
c) hydrosphere
d) stratosphere

The layer of the atmosphere where people can live and breathe is the _____.
a) biosphere
b) mesosphere
c) stratosphere
d) troposphere

The _____ depicts the movement of water. It shows how water goes from the air to Earth and back to the air.
a) hydrosphere
b) weather
c) water cycle
d) water circle

The _____ is the long-term average of weather conditions. It is recorded in a particular place over a long period of time.
a) atmosphere
b) mantle
c) climate
d) weather

Which of the following does NOT affect weather?
a) air pressure
b) prevailing winds
c) the sun
d) the nitrogen cycle

Blue-green algae called _____ use sunlight to make their own food. They also add oxygen to earth's atmosphere.
a) nitrogen-fixing bacteria
b) cyanobacteria
c) proxy bacteria
d) toxic bacteria

In the process of _____, water vapor rises into the atmosphere, where it cools and changes from vapor to liquid.
a) evaporation
b) transpiration
c) condensation
d) precipitation

The _____, the solid surface of earth, contains rock and soil.
a) crust
b) mantle
c) core
d) hydrosphere

The _____ plays the largest role in weather production.
a) atmosphere
b) climate
c) sun
d) evaporation

The hot center of Earth is called the _____.
a) crust
b) mantle
c) core
d) hydrosphere

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