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what is the biosphere

all living things on Earth

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What is the geosphere

All the solid land from Earth stretching to the crust all the way to the inner core.

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What is the hydrosphere?

All the water on Earth in all it's forms.

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What is the atomosphere?

all the air in and around Earth

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What is a system?

A system is a collection of parts that interact.

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What are the different parts of the biosphere smallest to biggest.

Induvidual, popualtion, community, ecosystem, biome, biosphere

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What are the layers of the geosphere in order?

crust, upper mantle, lower mantle, outer core, inner core.

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what percent of Earth's surface is covered in water, and what type of water is there the most of?

70% and salt water.

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What is the order of the layers in the atomosphere?

troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, exosphere.

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What are Earth's systems also known as?

Spheres

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What is one decomposer

fungi, bacteria, earthworm

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Fill in the blank.

The igneous rock is formed by______.

magma cooling.

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What is the smallest percentage of fresh water?

lakes, rivers, and streams.

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What is in air presure and what does it do.

There are air particles inside. Those particles exert presure on objects. 

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What are the four spheres or systmes of Earth?

Geosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, and atomosphere.

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Define consumers

they must eat plants or animals to survive.

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Fill in the blank.

sedimentary rock is formed by_______

sediment being compacted under moderate presure and mineral rich water

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What are four types of water we learned about?

freshwater, solid/ glaciers, salt water, and groundwater.

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Fill in the blanks.

______ is air particles high in the atmosphere that are not tightly packed._______ is air particles in the middle of the atomosphere that are more tightly packed than the ones above it. _______ is air particles that are closest to Earth's surface that exert the most presure

Low pressure, Higher pressure, highest pressure

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What is Earth's nickname?

The "blue planet"

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producers use nutrients provided by_______ to get energy and carry out photosynthesis.

decomposers

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Fill in the blank

metamorphic rock is formed by_____.

being broken down into sediment through weathering and erosion.

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If a farmer drilled a hole in the ground to get water he would have drilled into what?

an aquifier

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True or False.

As attuide presure increases presure increases and when attuide decreases pressure decreases.

False

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Why is it important to study volcanoes?

So volcanoists can predict an eruption for people's safety and to know if you might need tp evacuate.

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