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Earth and Space Science Chapter 4
weathering
physical weathering
ice wedging
exfoliation
the process by which rocks are broken down by the forces of n…
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical forces
rainwater or melted ice soaks into tiny cracks in a rock and…
involves breaking or peeling away of rock in layers, produces…
weathering
the process by which rocks are broken down by the forces of n…
physical weathering
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical forces
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Milky Way
electromagnetic waves
neutrino
wavelength
our galaxy
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
tiny particles that travel at the speed of light and can move…
the distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the n…
Milky Way
our galaxy
electromagnetic waves
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
Earth Space Science Chapter 4
Star
Planet
Moon
Solar System
Glowing ball of hot gas that makes its own energy and light
Large object in space that orbits a star such as the sun
Natural satellite that orbits a planet
A star, such as the sun, and all of the objects that revolve…
Star
Glowing ball of hot gas that makes its own energy and light
Planet
Large object in space that orbits a star such as the sun
20 terms
Chapter 4 (Earth Space)
matter
element
Physical properties
Chemical properties
anything that has mass and takes up space
a substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simp…
can be observed without changing the composition of the subst…
describe how a substance reacts with other substances
matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
element
a substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simp…
14 terms
Earth Space and Science Chapter 4 Earth Chemistry
Matter
Element
Atom
Proton
Anything that has mass and takes up space
A substance that cannot be seperated or broken down into simp…
The smallest unit of an element that maintains the chemical p…
A subatomic particle that has a positive charge an that is lo…
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Element
A substance that cannot be seperated or broken down into simp…
81 terms
Earth and Space Science Chapter 4 with pictures
weathering
physical weathering
ice wedging
exfoliation
the process by which rocks are broken down by the forces of n…
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical forces
rainwater or melted ice soaks into tiny cracks in a rock and…
involves breaking or peeling away of rock in layers, produces…
weathering
the process by which rocks are broken down by the forces of n…
physical weathering
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical forces
31 terms
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Milky Way
electromagnetic waves
neutrino
wavelength
our galaxy
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
tiny particles that travel at the speed of light and can move…
the distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the n…
Milky Way
our galaxy
electromagnetic waves
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
34 terms
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4
Milky Way
Electromagnetic Waves
Neutrinos
Wavelength
a vast, disk-shaped assemblage of stars that slowly turns lik…
examples: visible light, x-rays, and radio waves; 93% of the…
tiny particles that apparently travel at the speed of light a…
the distance from the crest (top) of one wave to the crest of…
Milky Way
a vast, disk-shaped assemblage of stars that slowly turns lik…
Electromagnetic Waves
examples: visible light, x-rays, and radio waves; 93% of the…
31 terms
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Milky Way
electromagnetic waves
neutrino
wavelength
our galaxy
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
tiny particles that travel at the speed of light and can move…
the distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the n…
Milky Way
our galaxy
electromagnetic waves
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
50 terms
Science Earth and Space Chapter 4
Weathering
Physical and chemical
Physical weathering
Ice wedging
The process by which rocks are broken by forces of nature
The two types of weathering
The breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical forces
When water or melted ice soaks into tiny cracks in a rock and…
Weathering
The process by which rocks are broken by forces of nature
Physical and chemical
The two types of weathering
49 terms
ABEKA 8TH GRADE SCIENCE: EARTH AND SPACE TEST 4 CHAPTER 4
cirque
levee
exfoliation
sea stack
A huge bowl-shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier.
A natural ridge formed along the edge of a river's channel.
Type of weathering that involves the breaking or peeling away…
A pillar-like structure of rock formed when the middle of a s…
cirque
A huge bowl-shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier.
levee
A natural ridge formed along the edge of a river's channel.
31 terms
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Milky Way
electromagnetic waves
neutrino
wavelength
our galaxy
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
tiny particles that travel at the speed of light and can move…
the distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the n…
Milky Way
our galaxy
electromagnetic waves
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
MHS Earth Space Science Chapter 4
Matter
Element
Atom
Proton
Anything that has mass and take up space
Substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simple…
Smallest particle of an element that maintains the properties…
Subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is fou…
Matter
Anything that has mass and take up space
Element
Substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simple…
39 terms
Earth and Space Science Chapter 4
weathering
physical weathering
ice wedging
exfoliation
the process by which rocks are broken down by forces of nature
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical force…
occurs when rainwater or melted ice soaks into tiny cracks in…
involves the breaking or peeling away of rocks in layers
weathering
the process by which rocks are broken down by forces of nature
physical weathering
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical force…
49 terms
BJU Earth and Space Science - Chapter 4
How does Genesis 8:22 relate to the pr…
How would you describe the rock in the…
Why cant radar from aircraft or satell…
Name two biblical events to which fail…
Genesis 8:22 is Gods assurance to Noah that as long as the ea…
The rock in the lower mantle is a hot, stiff, not-quite-liqui…
Radar cannot penetrate very far into soil or rock. (4.7
This problem causes them to fail to consider the special crea…
How does Genesis 8:22 relate to the pr…
Genesis 8:22 is Gods assurance to Noah that as long as the ea…
How would you describe the rock in the…
The rock in the lower mantle is a hot, stiff, not-quite-liqui…
8th grade Earth and Space Science Chapter 4
weathering
physical weathering
ice wedging
exfoliation
the process by which rocks are broken down by forces of nature
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical force…
occurs when rainwater or melted ice soaks into tiny cracks in…
involves the breaking or peeling away of rocks in layers
weathering
the process by which rocks are broken down by forces of nature
physical weathering
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical force…
20 terms
Chapter 4- Earth Space Science
What geologic feature is associated wi…
What is a renewable resource?
What is a nonrenewable resource?
What are the three primary fossil fuel…
Anticlines
A resource that is replenished over a short period of time.…
A resource that takes a very long time to replenish. ... -ex: co…
Oil, coal, and natural gas
What geologic feature is associated wi…
Anticlines
What is a renewable resource?
A resource that is replenished over a short period of time.…
49 terms
ABEKA 8TH GRADE SCIENCE: EARTH AND SPACE TEST 4 CHAPTER 4
cirque
levee
exfoliation
sea stack
A huge bowl-shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier.
A natural ridge formed along the edge of a river's channel.
Type of weathering that involves the breaking or peeling away…
A pillar-like structure of rock formed when the middle of a s…
cirque
A huge bowl-shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier.
levee
A natural ridge formed along the edge of a river's channel.
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Milky Way
electromagnetic waves
neutrino
wavelength
our galaxy
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
tiny particles that travel at the speed of light and can move…
the distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the n…
Milky Way
our galaxy
electromagnetic waves
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
Earth and Space Science Chapter 4
weathering
physical weathering
ice wedging
exfoliation
the process by which rocks are broken down by the forces of n…
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical forces
rainwater or melted ice soaks into tiny cracks in a rock and…
involves breaking or peeling away of rock in layers, produces…
weathering
the process by which rocks are broken down by the forces of n…
physical weathering
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical forces
45 terms
Earth and Space Science Chapter 4 Test
cirque
levee
exfoliation
sea stacks
a huge bowl shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier is
a natural ridge formed along the edge of a rivers channel
type of weathering that involves breaking or peeling away of…
pillar-like structure of rock formed by streams merging and f…
cirque
a huge bowl shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier is
levee
a natural ridge formed along the edge of a rivers channel
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4
Milky Way
Why does the moon appear the same size…
How much of our solar system's matter…
electromagnetic waves
our galaxy
Because the moon is 400 times closer to the earth than the su…
99%
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
Milky Way
our galaxy
Why does the moon appear the same size…
Because the moon is 400 times closer to the earth than the su…
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4
Milky Way
Electromagnetic Waves
Neutrinos
Wavelength
a vast, disk-shaped assemblage of stars that slowly turns lik…
examples: visible light, x-rays, and radio waves; 93% of the…
tiny particles that apparently travel at the speed of light a…
the distance from the crest (top) of one wave to the crest of…
Milky Way
a vast, disk-shaped assemblage of stars that slowly turns lik…
Electromagnetic Waves
examples: visible light, x-rays, and radio waves; 93% of the…
Earth space science chapter 4
Hemisphere
Magnetic field
Axis
Geocentric model
Half of a sphere
earth is surrounded by this and it behaves as if the planet h…
an imaginary line passing through the planet's center that go…
"Earth-centered" model, of the universe
Hemisphere
Half of a sphere
Magnetic field
earth is surrounded by this and it behaves as if the planet h…
Earth Space Science Chapter 4
Renewable Resources
Nonrenewable Resources
Fossil Fuels
Ore
Virtually inexhaustible or that can be replenished over relat…
Resource that takes millions of years to form.
General term for any hydrocarbon that may be used as a fuel,…
A material from which a useful mineral or minerals can be min…
Renewable Resources
Virtually inexhaustible or that can be replenished over relat…
Nonrenewable Resources
Resource that takes millions of years to form.
10 terms
Earth Space Science, Chapter 4
The Federal law reducing/eliminating p…
The Federal law setting clean air stan…
The Federal law protecting drinking wa…
The Federal law making unsafe duping o…
What is the Clean Water act? What year was it written?
What is the Clean Air Act? What year was it written?
What is the Safe Drinking Water Act? What year was it written?
What is the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act? What year…
The Federal law reducing/eliminating p…
What is the Clean Water act? What year was it written?
The Federal law setting clean air stan…
What is the Clean Air Act? What year was it written?
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Space & Earth Science Chapter 4: The Sun
"the greater light to rule the day"
Milky Way galaxy
the sun's location
the sun's diameter
name for the sun in Genesis 1:16
a vast, disk-shaped assemblage of stars that slowly turn like…
a spiral arm of the galaxy, about three-fifths of the distanc…
approximately 1.4 million kilometers (868,000 miles)
"the greater light to rule the day"
name for the sun in Genesis 1:16
Milky Way galaxy
a vast, disk-shaped assemblage of stars that slowly turn like…
Earth and Space Science Chapter 4 Vocabulary
matter
element
atom
proton
anything that takes up space and has mass
a substance that cannot be broken down into simpler, stable s…
the smallest unit of an element that maintains the chemical p…
subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is loc…
matter
anything that takes up space and has mass
element
a substance that cannot be broken down into simpler, stable s…
Earth and Space Science Chapter 4 (Study Guide 1 for Test 4)
weathering
physical weathering
exfoliation
chemical weathering
the process by which rocks are broken down by forces of nature
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical force…
involves the breaking or peeling away of rocks in layers
the process when minerals in rock react chemically with air o…
weathering
the process by which rocks are broken down by forces of nature
physical weathering
the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical force…
14 terms
Chapter 4 Vocabulary - Earth Space Science
Matter
Element
Atom
Proton
anything that has mass and takes up space
a substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simp…
the smallest unit of an element that maintains the chemical p…
a subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is l…
Matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
Element
a substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simp…
73 terms
Science Earth and Space Chapter 4 A Becka
Physical weathering
ice wedging
exfoliation
chemical weathering
________________ is the breakdown of large rocks into fragmen…
One example of physical weathering known as _____________, oc…
Rocks can be weathered by the process of ___________, which i…
The main agent of _____________ is water; which in the natura…
Physical weathering
________________ is the breakdown of large rocks into fragmen…
ice wedging
One example of physical weathering known as _____________, oc…
Chapter 4.3 vocabulary Earth and Space Science
Volcano
Magma
Island Arc
Quiet Eruption
Weak spot in the Earth's crust where molten material, or magm…
Moltwn mixture of rock-forming substances, gases and water fr…
String of islands created by volcanoes near boundaries where…
Magma has low silica content, flows easily and erupts quietly…
Volcano
Weak spot in the Earth's crust where molten material, or magm…
Magma
Moltwn mixture of rock-forming substances, gases and water fr…
Chapter 4.2 vocabulary Earth and Space Science
Earthquake
Normal Fault
Strike-Slip Fault
Reverse Fault
Vibrations in the ground that result from movement along faul…
Form when forces pull rocks apart along a divergent plate bou…
Two blocks of rock slide horizontally past each other in oppo…
Forces push two blocks of rock together with the rock above t…
Earthquake
Vibrations in the ground that result from movement along faul…
Normal Fault
Form when forces pull rocks apart along a divergent plate bou…
Earth and Space Science Chapter 4
Which mineral property is being tested?
Which property causes the mineral gale…
What characteristic is used for classi…
A mineral has a mass of 100 g and a vo…
Hardness
Crystal structure
Chemical composition
2 g/cm^3
Which mineral property is being tested?
Hardness
Which property causes the mineral gale…
Crystal structure
Science Chapter 4 (Earth & Space)
Axis
Rotation
Orbit
Revolution
They each rotate around an imaginary line
One whole spin of an object on it's axis
Is the path an object takes as it revolves around a star, pla…
One full orbit of an object around another object
Axis
They each rotate around an imaginary line
Rotation
One whole spin of an object on it's axis
45 terms
Earth and Space Science Chapter 4 Test
cirque
levee
exfoliation
sea stacks
a huge bowl shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier is
a natural ridge formed along the edge of a river's channel
type of weathering that involves breaking or peeling away of…
pillar-like structure of rock formed when the middle of a sea…
cirque
a huge bowl shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier is
levee
a natural ridge formed along the edge of a river's channel
Chapter 4 Vocabulary- Earth and Space Science
revolution
axis
solar flare
rotation
one full orbit around the sun
an imaginary line around which an object spins
an explosive eruption of waves and particles into space
one whole spin of an object on its axis
revolution
one full orbit around the sun
axis
an imaginary line around which an object spins
31 terms
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Milky Way
electromagnetic waves
neutrinos
wavelength
our galaxy
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
tiny particles that travel at the speed of light and can move…
the distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the n…
Milky Way
our galaxy
electromagnetic waves
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
51 terms
Earth and Space Science Chapter 4 - Rocks
rock
most rocks are a solid mixture of...
each component mineral of rock...
rocks composed of non-mineral matter
any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter that occurs…
minerals
retains its properties in the mixture
coal (organic material), pumice and obsidian (volcanic rocks…
rock
any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter that occurs…
most rocks are a solid mixture of...
minerals
Earth and Space science chapter 4 Minerals
Mineral
Inorganic
Crystal
Magma
is a naturally formed, inorganic, solid substance that has a…
Not formed from living things or the remains of living things
a solid in which the atoms are arranged in a pattern that rep…
Molten rock beneath the earth's surface
Mineral
is a naturally formed, inorganic, solid substance that has a…
Inorganic
Not formed from living things or the remains of living things
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Earth/Space Science Chapter 4 Vocab!
Angle of repose 104
chemical weathering 85
creep 110
debris flow 109
the steepest angle at which loose material remains stationary…
The processes by which the internal structure of a mineral is…
the slow downhill movement of soil and regolith
A relatively rapid type of mass wasting that involves a flow…
Angle of repose 104
the steepest angle at which loose material remains stationary…
chemical weathering 85
The processes by which the internal structure of a mineral is…
31 terms
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Milky Way
electromagnetic waves
neutrino
wavelength
our galaxy
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
tiny particles that travel at the speed of light and can move…
the distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the n…
Milky Way
our galaxy
electromagnetic waves
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
31 terms
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4 vocabulary
Milky Way
electromagnetic waves
neutrinos
wavelength
our galaxy
93% of the sun's energy output that can be in the form of, vi…
Tiny particles that travel at the speed of light and can easi…
the distance from the crest (top) of one wave to the crest of…
Milky Way
our galaxy
electromagnetic waves
93% of the sun's energy output that can be in the form of, vi…
30 terms
Chapter 4: Earth and Space
solar system
planet
orbit
Sun
a star and all the objects that move around it
a round body of rock or gas that moves around a star
the circular path that planets take, as they move around the…
the star at the center of our solar system
solar system
a star and all the objects that move around it
planet
a round body of rock or gas that moves around a star
Chapter 4 Review for Earth and Space Science
axis
corona
Venus
Mars
What does the Earth rotate around?
A layer of the sun.
Has a rocky surface.
Planet most like Earth.
axis
What does the Earth rotate around?
corona
A layer of the sun.
Science Earth and Space Chapter 4
Weathering
Physical Weathering and Chemical Weath…
Physical weathering
Ice wedging
The process by which rocks are broken down by the forces of n…
The two types of weathering
Is the breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical fo…
OK here's one rain water or melted ice soaks into tiny cracks…
Weathering
The process by which rocks are broken down by the forces of n…
Physical Weathering and Chemical Weath…
The two types of weathering
49 terms
ABEKA 8TH GRADE SCIENCE: EARTH AND SPACE TEST 4 CHAPTER 4
cirque
levee
exfoliation
sea stack
A huge bowl-shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier.
A natural ridge formed along the edge of a river's channel.
Type of weathering that involves the breaking or peeling away…
A pillar-like structure of rock formed when the middle of a s…
cirque
A huge bowl-shaped depression dug out by a valley glacier.
levee
A natural ridge formed along the edge of a river's channel.
22 terms
BJU Earth and Space Science Chapter 4
A vast galaxy that is a disk- shaped g…
The sun's energy output is in this for…
Tiny particles that travel at the spee…
The horizontal distance
Milky way
Electromagnetic Waves
Neutrinos
Wave Length
A vast galaxy that is a disk- shaped g…
Milky way
The sun's energy output is in this for…
Electromagnetic Waves
40 terms
Earth & Space Science Chapter 8
Catastrophism
Uniformitarianism
Geologic time scale
Numerical dates
The belief that Earth's varied landscapes had been fashioned…
The physical, chemical, and biological laws that operate toda…
The division of Earth history into blocks of time, such as eo…
Dates that specify the actual number of years that have passe…
Catastrophism
The belief that Earth's varied landscapes had been fashioned…
Uniformitarianism
The physical, chemical, and biological laws that operate toda…
49 terms
BJU Earth and Space Science - Chapter 4
How does Genesis 8:22 relate to the pr…
How would you describe the rock in the…
Why cant radar from aircraft or satell…
Name two biblical events to which fail…
Genesis 8:22 is Gods assurance to Noah that as long as the ea…
The rock in the lower mantle is a hot, stiff, not-quite-liqui…
Radar cannot penetrate very far into soil or rock. (4.7
This problem causes them to fail to consider the special crea…
How does Genesis 8:22 relate to the pr…
Genesis 8:22 is Gods assurance to Noah that as long as the ea…
How would you describe the rock in the…
The rock in the lower mantle is a hot, stiff, not-quite-liqui…
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