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Earth Science Chapter 5 Review
Mechanical Weathering
Frost Wedging
Unloading
Root wedging
Forces that break apart rock and soil particles
Form of mechanical weathering that occurs primarily at mid la…
Exfoliation plates form from pressure being released from und…
Biological activity caused by continual pressure of a plant's…
Mechanical Weathering
Forces that break apart rock and soil particles
Frost Wedging
Form of mechanical weathering that occurs primarily at mid la…
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Earth Science Chapter 5
mechanical weathering
frost wedging
talus
exfoliation
The type of weathering in which rock is physically broken int…
The mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
An accumulation of rock debris at the base of a cliff
A mechanical weathering process which removes protuding overl…
mechanical weathering
The type of weathering in which rock is physically broken int…
frost wedging
The mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
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Chapter 5 Earth Science
A rocket launching is an example of Ne…
A(n) ____________________ is a push or…
Mike has a mass of 60 kg. He pulls on…
Forces that change an object's motion…
third
force
20 N
contact
A rocket launching is an example of Ne…
third
A(n) ____________________ is a push or…
force
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Earth Science - Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Mineral
Silicate Mineral
Nonsilicate Mineral
Crystal
a natural, usually inorganic solid that has a characteristic…
a mineral that contains a combination of silicon and oxygen,…
a mineral that does not contain compounds of silicon and oxygen
a solid whose atoms, ion, or molecules are arranged in a regu…
Mineral
a natural, usually inorganic solid that has a characteristic…
Silicate Mineral
a mineral that contains a combination of silicon and oxygen,…
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Earth Science Chapter 5
Elevation, relief, and landforms are f…
What term describes the difference in…
A landform that has high elevation and…
The point on the Earth's surface havin…
topography
relief
plateau
where the equator crosses the prime meridian
Elevation, relief, and landforms are f…
topography
What term describes the difference in…
relief
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Tarbuck Earth Science Chapter 5
hydrologic cycle
infiltration
runoff
transpiration
The cycle through which water in the hydrosphere moves; inclu…
Movement (seeping) of water from the surface of the Earth dow…
Movement of excess water (after infiltration) across the surf…
the process by which plants release water to the atmosphere
hydrologic cycle
The cycle through which water in the hydrosphere moves; inclu…
infiltration
Movement (seeping) of water from the surface of the Earth dow…
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Holt Earth Science Chapter 5
Natural Resource
Renewable Resource
Nonrenewable Resource
Recycling
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
Resources that cannot be easily or quickly replaced
Recovering valuable materials from waste -- reusing it in a n…
Natural Resource
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Renewable Resource
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
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Earth Science Chapter 5
anticline
syncline
fracture
fault
upward fold
downward fold
break in a rock
break in earth's crust along where movement occurs
anticline
upward fold
syncline
downward fold
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Earth Science (Chapter 5)
Plate
Fault
Earthquake
Lava
a large section of earth's crust and outer mantle that slowly…
a crack in the Earth's crust where slabs of rock can slip pas…
the shaking of the ground usually caused by movement of earth…
melted rock that flows from a volcano onto earth's surface
Plate
a large section of earth's crust and outer mantle that slowly…
Fault
a crack in the Earth's crust where slabs of rock can slip pas…
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Earth science chapter 5 vocabulary
fossil fuel
coal
oil
natural gas
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
Come together, unite, fuse together
A liquid fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is bur…
A fossil fuel in the gaseous state
fossil fuel
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
coal
Come together, unite, fuse together
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Earth Science Chapter 5: Weathering, Soil, and Mass Movements
Mechanical weathering
Frost wedging
Talus
Exfoliation
the physical disintegration of rock, resulting in smaller fra…
the mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
an accumulation of rock debris at the base of a cliff
type of weathering caused by reducing pressure on a rock surf…
Mechanical weathering
the physical disintegration of rock, resulting in smaller fra…
Frost wedging
the mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
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Science Chapter 5 Earth Resources
streak
mineral
cleavage
luster
the color of the powder that a mineral leaves when it is scra…
natural, nonliving solid crystals that make up rocks
property of mineral to break along a smooth, flat surface
the way the surface of a mineral reflects light
streak
the color of the powder that a mineral leaves when it is scra…
mineral
natural, nonliving solid crystals that make up rocks
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Chapter 5 The Changing Landscape (Earth Science)
anticline
syncline
fracture
fault
upward fold
downward fold
break in a rock
in Earth's crust along which movement occurs
anticline
upward fold
syncline
downward fold
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Holt Earth Science Chapter 5
Natural Resource
Renewable Resource
Nonrenewable Resource
Recycling
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
Resources that cannot be easily or quickly replaced
Recovering valuable materials from waste -- reusing it in a n…
Natural Resource
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Renewable Resource
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
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Chapter 5 - Glencoe Earth Science
Lava
Igneous Rocks
Partial Melting
Bowen's Reaction Series
Magma that flows out onto Earth's surface
Cooled and crystallized lava or magma
The process whereby some minerals cool at relatively low temp…
Sequential, predictable, duel branched pattern in which miner…
Lava
Magma that flows out onto Earth's surface
Igneous Rocks
Cooled and crystallized lava or magma
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Mr. Kendall Earth Science Chapter 5
Nonrenewable Energy Resource
Renewable Energy Resource
Fossil Fuel
Coal
A resource that takes a long time to remake/replace
A resource that can be replaced in a short amount of time
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
A rock that contains at least 50% land plant remains - nonren…
Nonrenewable Energy Resource
A resource that takes a long time to remake/replace
Renewable Energy Resource
A resource that can be replaced in a short amount of time
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Earth Science Chapter 5
Mechanical weathering
Frost wedging
exfoliation
Biological activity
occurs when physical forces break rock into smaller and small…
The mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
Reduced pressure on igneous rock causes it to expand and allo…
The activity of organisms, including plants, burrowing animal…
Mechanical weathering
occurs when physical forces break rock into smaller and small…
Frost wedging
The mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
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Chapter 5 Earth Science
Mechanical Weathering
Frost Wedging
Talus
Exfoliation
The process of breaking down big rocks into smaller rocks.
The repeated freeze-thaw cycle of water in extreme climates.
A sloping mass of rock fragments at the foot of a cliff.
A form of mechanical weathering in which curved plates of roc…
Mechanical Weathering
The process of breaking down big rocks into smaller rocks.
Frost Wedging
The repeated freeze-thaw cycle of water in extreme climates.
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Earth Science Chapter 5
arkose
bedding sequence
bioclastic sediment
biological sediment
a sandstone containing more than 25% feldspar
Sequence of interbedded and vertically stacked layers of diff…
Shallow-water sediment made up of fragments of shells or skel…
Sediment formed near its place of deposition as a result of d…
arkose
a sandstone containing more than 25% feldspar
bedding sequence
Sequence of interbedded and vertically stacked layers of diff…
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Earth Science-Chapter 5
Natural Resource
Renewable Resources
Non-renewable Resources
Recycling
Materials found in nature that are used by living things
Materials from the environment that people use that can be re…
A resource that cannot be reused or replaced easily (ex. gems…
Convert waste into reusable material.
Natural Resource
Materials found in nature that are used by living things
Renewable Resources
Materials from the environment that people use that can be re…
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Earth Science - Chapter 5
nebular hypothesis
stratum
tectonic plates
Pangaea
everything that formed in a solar system nebula spins or orbi…
a rock layer
pieces of the continents
the supercontinent
nebular hypothesis
everything that formed in a solar system nebula spins or orbi…
stratum
a rock layer
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Earth Science-Chapter 5
Magma:Quickly cooling produces
2nd most common mineral
Water is an example of a
Magma: slowly cooling produces
small crystals
feldspar
non-mineral
large crystals
Magma:Quickly cooling produces
small crystals
2nd most common mineral
feldspar
Science Chapter 5 - Earth
mantle
crust
outer core
plateau
solid layer of rock below Earth's crust
outermost layer of the Earth
liquid layer below mantle made of melted iron
tall landform with a flat top
mantle
solid layer of rock below Earth's crust
crust
outermost layer of the Earth
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BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
planet
ellipse
focus
perihelion
a large object orbiting a star that doesn't produce light of…
a flattened circle
point used to define an ellipse (two are used); the closer th…
when a planet is at its closest to the sun
planet
a large object orbiting a star that doesn't produce light of…
ellipse
a flattened circle
ML Earth Science Chapter 5 - Volcanoes
Magma
Lava
Viscosity
aa
A body of molten rock found at depth
Erupted Magma
A measure of a material's resistance to flow
Lava flow consisting of rough jagged blocks
Magma
A body of molten rock found at depth
Lava
Erupted Magma
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Science 4 Earth Science chapter 5
mineral
igneous rock
sedimentary rock
relative age
Minerals are naturally occurring substances that are neither…
A type of rock that forms from the cooling of molten rock at…
A type of rock that forms when particles from other rocks or…
The age of an object in relation to the ages of other objects
mineral
Minerals are naturally occurring substances that are neither…
igneous rock
A type of rock that forms from the cooling of molten rock at…
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Earth Science Chapter 5
Weathering
What are the two types of weathering?
Mechanical weathering
What are some causes of mechanical wea…
Mechanical and chemical processes that change objects on Eart…
Mechanical and chemical weathering
Occurs when physical processes naturally break rocks into sma…
Ice wedging, abrasion, plants, and animals
Weathering
Mechanical and chemical processes that change objects on Eart…
What are the two types of weathering?
Mechanical and chemical weathering
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Earth Science Chapter 5
fossil fuel
natural gas
coal
reserve
nonrenewable energy resource, such as oil and coal, formed ov…
fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is often found…
sedimentary rock formed from decayed plant material; the worl…
amount of a fossil fuel that can be extracted from Earth at a…
fossil fuel
nonrenewable energy resource, such as oil and coal, formed ov…
natural gas
fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is often found…
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Science Chapter 5: Earth Changes
continent
core
mantle
crust
each of the seven great land areas on Earth
Earth's deepest and hottest layer
a layer of melted rock below Earth's crust
the layer of Earth that is very thin and where you find the c…
continent
each of the seven great land areas on Earth
core
Earth's deepest and hottest layer
Science, Chapter 5; Earth Changes
continent
core
crust
deposition
A great area of land on Earth.
Earth's deepest and hottest layer.
Earth's outermost layer.
The dropping off of weathered rock.
continent
A great area of land on Earth.
core
Earth's deepest and hottest layer.
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Space and Earth Science - Chapter 5
planet
ellipse
focus
perihelion
In general, any large body or large body orbiting any star. O…
A special geometric figure that can best be described as a fl…
In general, a point of geometric significance in the descript…
The point nearest the sun in the orbit of a planet or other s…
planet
In general, any large body or large body orbiting any star. O…
ellipse
A special geometric figure that can best be described as a fl…
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Tarbuck Earth Science Chapter 5
hydrologic cycle
infiltration
runoff
transpiration
The cycle through which water in the hydrosphere moves; inclu…
Movement (seeping) of water from the surface of the Earth dow…
Movement of excess water (after infiltration) across the surf…
the process by which plants release water to the atmosphere
hydrologic cycle
The cycle through which water in the hydrosphere moves; inclu…
infiltration
Movement (seeping) of water from the surface of the Earth dow…
44 terms
Holt Earth Science Chapter 5
Natural Resource
Renewable Resource
Nonrenewable Resource
Recycling
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
Resources that cannot be easily or quickly replaced
Recovering valuable materials from waste -- reusing it in a n…
Natural Resource
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Renewable Resource
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
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Earth Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
alpine glaciers
continential glaciers
glacial polish
drumlin
Form in mountain regions and carve out U-shaped valleys
Cover large areas of continents; found in New York State
When rocks carried by continential glaciers act like sandpape…
Teardrop-shaped hills of glacial sediment
alpine glaciers
Form in mountain regions and carve out U-shaped valleys
continential glaciers
Cover large areas of continents; found in New York State
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Chapter 5 Earth Science
Hydrologic cycle
Evaporation
Infiltration
Runoff
The unending cycle/circulation of water between Earth's spher…
The process by which liquid water changes into water vapor (g…
The water that goes into the water, slowly moving downward, t…
When the rate of rainfall exceeds Earth's ability to absorb i…
Hydrologic cycle
The unending cycle/circulation of water between Earth's spher…
Evaporation
The process by which liquid water changes into water vapor (g…
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Earth and Space Science Chapter 5
special creation
evolution
biological evolution
cosmic evolution
the biblical principle of origins that depends on a Creator,…
the belief that the universe originated by natural processes…
also known as organic evolution, refers to the gradual develo…
refers to the chance origin of the universe as a whole
special creation
the biblical principle of origins that depends on a Creator,…
evolution
the belief that the universe originated by natural processes…
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BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
planet
ellipse
focus
perihelion
a large object orbiting a star that doesn't produce light of…
a flattened circle
point used to define an ellipse (two are used); the closer th…
when a planet is at its closest to the sun
planet
a large object orbiting a star that doesn't produce light of…
ellipse
a flattened circle
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Science, Chapter 5; Earth Changes
continent
core
crust
flood
A great area of land on Earth.
Earth's deepest and hottest layer.
Earth's outermost layer.
Water flowing over land that is usually dry.
continent
A great area of land on Earth.
core
Earth's deepest and hottest layer.
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Chapter 5 Science Earth's Features
Some of Earth's Features
Causes landforms on Earth's crust to c…
Causes landforms on Earth's crust to c…
More than half of Earth is covered by…
1. Mountains 2.Oceans 3.Canyons 4. Plateaus 5.Rivers 6. Islands
1. Volcanoes 2.earthquakes 3. floods 4.landslides
1.Weathering by: moving water, wind, ice, plant roots... 2.Erosi…
water
Some of Earth's Features
1. Mountains 2.Oceans 3.Canyons 4. Plateaus 5.Rivers 6. Islands
Causes landforms on Earth's crust to c…
1. Volcanoes 2.earthquakes 3. floods 4.landslides
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Junior High Earth Science Chapter 5
Fossil Fuel
natural gas
coal
biomass
oil, natural gas, coal
forms in a gaseous state under similar conditions as oil
most abundant fossil fuel in the world
energy from burning wood/alcohol, or garbage
Fossil Fuel
oil, natural gas, coal
natural gas
forms in a gaseous state under similar conditions as oil
12 terms
Herbold's Heroes Earth Science Chapter 5
mineral
silicate mineral
non silicate mineral
crystal
A natural usually inorganic solid that has a characteristic c…
a mineral that contains a combination of silicon and oxygen.
Carbonates,halides,sulfates and other minerals that do not co…
A solid whose atoms, ions, or molecules are arranged in a reg…
mineral
A natural usually inorganic solid that has a characteristic c…
silicate mineral
a mineral that contains a combination of silicon and oxygen.
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CCS Chapter 5 Earth Science
never
special creation
evolution
big bang
When can science make authoritative statements about the orig…
The belief that God called the universe and all that is in it…
The belief that the universe and life originated by natural p…
The supposed starting point of cosmic evolution
never
When can science make authoritative statements about the orig…
special creation
The belief that God called the universe and all that is in it…
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CSI Earth Science Chapter 5
ice wedging
mechanical weathering
weathering
acid rain
the mechanical weathering process in which water in the crack…
the breaking down of rocks by physical processes
the breaking down of rocks into smaller pieces by physical or…
the result of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and carbon dio…
ice wedging
the mechanical weathering process in which water in the crack…
mechanical weathering
the breaking down of rocks by physical processes
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BJU Earth Science Chapter 5
How old are the earliest human records?
How do secular geologists believe the…
What does the term stratum refer to?
What do geologists used to estimate an…
5000 years
by a collision
a layer of rock
radiometric dating
How old are the earliest human records?
5000 years
How do secular geologists believe the…
by a collision
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Earth Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
chemical property
matter
physical property
property
Characteristic that describes how a substance changes into a…
anything that has mass and takes up space
characteristic of a substance that can be observed without ch…
characteristic that describes matter
chemical property
Characteristic that describes how a substance changes into a…
matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
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Earth Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Fusion
Magnitude
Apparent magnitude
Absolute magnitude
Process by which particles combine to form a new particle
Brightness of a star
How bright a star looks
How bright a star actually is
Fusion
Process by which particles combine to form a new particle
Magnitude
Brightness of a star
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Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary- Earth's Resources
mineral
streak
luster
cleavage
natural, nonliving, solid crystals that make up rocks
color of the powder that a mineral leaves when it is scratche…
the way the surface of a mineral reflects light
property of minerals to break along smooth, flat, surfaces
mineral
natural, nonliving, solid crystals that make up rocks
streak
color of the powder that a mineral leaves when it is scratche…
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Earth Science Chapter 5 (1)
air
barometer
atmospheric pressure
altitude
the mixture of gases that make up the Earth's atmosphere
a tool that measures atmospheric pressure
a measure of the force per unit area of air molecules in the…
a measure of the distance above sea level
air
the mixture of gases that make up the Earth's atmosphere
barometer
a tool that measures atmospheric pressure
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Earth Science Chapter 5
Earth's interior
seismic waves
pressure
crust
inner core, outer core, mantle, crust (oceanic and continenta…
* seismic waves are vibrations that travel through Earth carr…
Force pressing on an area., Force per unit area.
* the crust is the outermost solid rock layer of Earth... * It i…
Earth's interior
inner core, outer core, mantle, crust (oceanic and continenta…
seismic waves
* seismic waves are vibrations that travel through Earth carr…
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Earth Science Chapter 5
During an extreme La Nina year, how do…
What might be an ecological response i…
During an El Nino year, how do sea-sur…
1. The low pressure area near the equa…
trade winds are generally stronger than during a normal year.
All of these are potential ecological responses to an El Nino…
SSTs are higher, the thermocline is deeper and the rainfall i…
Inter-tropical Convergence Zone.
During an extreme La Nina year, how do…
trade winds are generally stronger than during a normal year.
What might be an ecological response i…
All of these are potential ecological responses to an El Nino…
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