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Semester One World Culture Vocab and Short Answer
Hemisphere
Prime meridian
Equator
Absolute location
Each half of the globe.
A meridian in a geographical coordinate system at which longi…
An imaginary line drawn around the earth equally distant from…
the location of a place based on a fixed point on earth.
Hemisphere
Each half of the globe.
Prime meridian
A meridian in a geographical coordinate system at which longi…
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Volcanism Unit Test Study Guide
Parts of a volcano.
What is the difference between lava an…
Factors that affect viscosity.
Factors that cause an explosive erupti…
magma chambers=where magma collects ... Vent=opening where magma…
Magma is composed of molten rock and is stored in the Earth's…
Viscosity=measure of a liquid's resistance to flow. ... Thicker…
low temp... high silicon content... high viscosity... high gas
Parts of a volcano.
magma chambers=where magma collects ... Vent=opening where magma…
What is the difference between lava an…
Magma is composed of molten rock and is stored in the Earth's…
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GEOG 1125 Final Exam Review
Which layer of the Earth is the thinne…
Which plate boundary type contains the…
Mount St. Helens, Nevado del Ruiz, and…
What characteristic of minerals is the…
the crust
convergent
Composite Volcano
Hardness
Which layer of the Earth is the thinne…
the crust
Which plate boundary type contains the…
convergent
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Japan's geography
What is Japan
The Japanese archapelago consistes of…
Is Japan smaller or larger than Califo…
Japan is covered in...
Shimaguni (island country)
Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Hokkaido
Smaller
Mountains
What is Japan
Shimaguni (island country)
The Japanese archapelago consistes of…
Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Hokkaido
108 termscreated on December 6, 2016
La Naturaleza
el árbol
el bosque
el cielo
el cráter
tree
forest
sky
crater
el árbol
tree
el bosque
forest
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TECTONICS
Constructive
Conservative
Destructive
Continental
Plates move apart.
Plates move past eachother
Plates move together
Type of crust ... Less dense ... Won't sink... Cannot be renewed
Constructive
Plates move apart.
Conservative
Plates move past eachother
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Descubre 2; Lesson 4
el árbol
el bosque tropical
el bosque
el cielo
tree
tropical rain forest
forest
sky
el árbol
tree
el bosque tropical
tropical rain forest
12 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Plate tectonics
Asthenoshphere
Caldera
Continental drift
Convergent boundary
the lower part of the upper mantle; lithospheric plates slide…
the large hole at the top of a volcano formed when the roof o…
The hypothesis that states that the continents once formed a…
A plate boundary where two plates move toward each other.
Asthenoshphere
the lower part of the upper mantle; lithospheric plates slide…
Caldera
the large hole at the top of a volcano formed when the roof o…
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Geography case studies
Ledc earthquake
Volcano
Flooding
Medc earthquake
Kashmir packistan 8th october 2005 ... 7.6 on the richter scale.…
Montserrat June 25th 1997... Primary effects -... Killed 19... Over 20…
South Asia Bangladesh July and August 2007... Primary effects -…
L'Aquaila italy 6th april 2009... 6.3 on the ricter scale... Primar…
Ledc earthquake
Kashmir packistan 8th october 2005 ... 7.6 on the richter scale.…
Volcano
Montserrat June 25th 1997... Primary effects -... Killed 19... Over 20…
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Spanish: Lesson 13 Vocabulary
El árbol
El bosque
El césped
El cielo
Tree
Forest
Grass
Sky
El árbol
Tree
El bosque
Forest
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Plate Tectonics
Asthenosphere
Caldera
Continental Drift
Convergent Boundary
The soft layer of the mantle on which the tectonic plate move
A large, Semicircular depression that forms when the magma ch…
The hypothesis that states that the continental once formed a…
The boundary formed by the collision of to lithospheric plates
Asthenosphere
The soft layer of the mantle on which the tectonic plate move
Caldera
A large, Semicircular depression that forms when the magma ch…
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Plate Tectonics
Astenosphere
Conduction
Convection
Convection cell
The astenosphere is a part of the upper mantle just below the…
The process in which energy moves through matter as heat by d…
The transport of heat by movement
A circular pattern created by the rising of less dense warm m…
Astenosphere
The astenosphere is a part of the upper mantle just below the…
Conduction
The process in which energy moves through matter as heat by d…
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Rock Cycle Set 5
Rock cycle
Weathering
Erosion
Compaction
a cycle of processes undergone by rocks in the earth's crust.
wear away or change the appearance or texture
the process of eroding or being eroded by wind, water, or oth…
he process by which the porosity of a given form of sediment…
Rock cycle
a cycle of processes undergone by rocks in the earth's crust.
Weathering
wear away or change the appearance or texture
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GLY 1880 Final
North of 40 degrees latitude and south…
the strongest winds of a hurricane occur
The Atlantic hurricane season is from
Which of the following determines the…
true
in the eye wall
May 15 - November 30
all of these
North of 40 degrees latitude and south…
true
the strongest winds of a hurricane occur
in the eye wall
12 termscreated on December 6, 2016
plate tectonics
Asthenoshphere
Caldera
Continental Drift
Convergent Boundary
the soft layer of the mantle on which the tectonic plates move
a large, semicircular depression that forms when the magma ch…
the hypothesis that states that the continental once formed a…
the boundary formed by the collision of two lithospheric plates
Asthenoshphere
the soft layer of the mantle on which the tectonic plates move
Caldera
a large, semicircular depression that forms when the magma ch…
12 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Plate Tectonics
Asthenoshphere
Caldera
Continental Drift
Convergent boundary
the soft layer of the mantle on which the tectonic plates move
a large semicircular depression that forms when the magma cha…
the hypothesis that sates that the continents once formed a s…
the boundary formed by the collision of two lithospheric plates
Asthenoshphere
the soft layer of the mantle on which the tectonic plates move
Caldera
a large semicircular depression that forms when the magma cha…
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Geography - volcanoes
Composite cone volcano
Composite cone volcano
Composite cone volcano
Composite cone volcano
Form at destructive plate boundaries
Violent erruptions
Steep sides, thin base
Viscous lava (thick)
Composite cone volcano
Form at destructive plate boundaries
Composite cone volcano
Violent erruptions
31 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Inside the Earth 6th Grade Science
Draw and label the compositional and p…
What are the three layers of the Earth?
What is the Core made of?
What is the Mantle Made of?
Crust, Mantle, and Core
Basalt, rock and granite. It's the thinnest layer, coolest, l…
The thickest layer. This layer is composed of molten rock and…
Draw and label the compositional and p…
What are the three layers of the Earth?
Crust, Mantle, and Core
17 termscreated on December 6, 2016
GEOGRAPHYemb
Natural hazard
Factors affecting hazard risk
Where are earthquakes and volcanoes
Oceanic plates
If an event has social impacts
1. Urbanisation, 2. Climate change, 3. Poverty, 5. Farming
Where plates meet, could be on land or sea
Denser, newer, sinks, can be created or destroyed
Natural hazard
If an event has social impacts
Factors affecting hazard risk
1. Urbanisation, 2. Climate change, 3. Poverty, 5. Farming
9 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Science Test 12/9
What are some examples of evidence to…
Does the earth's crust not fit togethe…
What makes up these plates?
Do the plates only have continental or…
a. Fossils of the same animals on different continents... b. Pla…
They fit like a puzzle.. there are no gaps between them.
Oceanic and continental plates
No the plates can contain both continental and oceanic.
What are some examples of evidence to…
a. Fossils of the same animals on different continents... b. Pla…
Does the earth's crust not fit togethe…
They fit like a puzzle.. there are no gaps between them.
16 termscreated on December 6, 2016
science 12-6-16
3 properties of minerals
3 ways minerals are used
compare hardness of diamond & chalk
3 layers of the earth
hardness, color & shape
glass, salt, pencil graphite, steel, jewelry
diamonds are hard enough to cut steel and chalk is soft enoug…
crust, mantle and core
3 properties of minerals
hardness, color & shape
3 ways minerals are used
glass, salt, pencil graphite, steel, jewelry
187 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Marine Biology Midterm Review (Stevens)
Marine Biology can best be described as:
An oceanographer might study which of…
Ancient people often had knowledge of…
Modern Biologists still might consult…
All of the answer choices are correct
the influence of the loop current on seasonal growth of open…
...
Compare their deep-sea specimens with those taken by this exp…
Marine Biology can best be described as:
All of the answer choices are correct
An oceanographer might study which of…
the influence of the loop current on seasonal growth of open…
61 termscreated on December 6, 2016
honors french 3 midterm
le sable
une chute d'eau
un ananas
un moustique
the sand
a waterfall
a pienapple
a mosquito
le sable
the sand
une chute d'eau
a waterfall
6 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Volcanoes
Shield volcano
Cinder cone volcano
Composite cone volcano
active
Produced by the accumulation of lava flow, very broad shaped…
consist almost entirely of loose, grainy cinders and almost n…
Formed from layer of lava and pyroclastic material,Generate v…
moving or doing things
Shield volcano
Produced by the accumulation of lava flow, very broad shaped…
Cinder cone volcano
consist almost entirely of loose, grainy cinders and almost n…
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Science Test
Igneous rock
metamorphic rock
erosion
viscosity
formed through the cooling and solidification of magma or lava
a rock that is changed. The original rock is subjected to ver…
wearing down caused by wind, water, or other natural agents
thick, sticky
Igneous rock
formed through the cooling and solidification of magma or lava
metamorphic rock
a rock that is changed. The original rock is subjected to ver…
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The Volcano that Changed the World
dissipate
plumes
dormant
stratosphere
(v.) to cause to disappear; to scatter, dispel
Feathery parts
(adj) asleep, inactive, on a break
2nd layer of atmosphere; extends from 10 to 30 miles up
dissipate
(v.) to cause to disappear; to scatter, dispel
plumes
Feathery parts
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Rocks Vocabulary
Rocks
Petrology
Igneous Rocks
Magma
a solid mineral material
the branch of science concerned with the origin
is formed through the cooling and solidification of magma or…
hot fluid that is below or within the earth's crust
Rocks
a solid mineral material
Petrology
the branch of science concerned with the origin
20 termscreated on December 6, 2016
New Zealand - Social Studies
When was the Treaty of Waitangi signed?
Name of Captain Cook's ship
New Zealand's first capital city
NZ Volcano eruption in 1886
1840
Endeavour
Auckland
Tarawera
When was the Treaty of Waitangi signed?
1840
Name of Captain Cook's ship
Endeavour
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Rocks Vocabulary
Rocks
Petrology
Igneous Rocks
Magma
a solid mineral material
the branch of science concerned with the origin
is formed through the cooling and solidification of magma or…
hot fluid that is below or within the earth's crust
Rocks
a solid mineral material
Petrology
the branch of science concerned with the origin
91 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Earth Science Exam Review
Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune are
The moon
We discussed in class a new idea that…
The earliest nebulae to form in the Un…
Jovian gas giants
was formed by the collision of Earth with a Mars-sized protop…
...
hydrogen and helium
Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune are
Jovian gas giants
The moon
was formed by the collision of Earth with a Mars-sized protop…
14 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Chapter 1 - The U.S. and Canada: Physical Geography-Section 1
What stretches for 3,000 miles along t…
What volcano is located in the northwe…
What body of water is located north of…
What area of Canada do most Canadians…
Rocky Mountains
Mount St. Helen's
Hudson Bay
Canadian Shield
What stretches for 3,000 miles along t…
Rocky Mountains
What volcano is located in the northwe…
Mount St. Helen's
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My words
Machine
Instructions
Complains
To explore
מכונה
הוראות
מתלונן
לחקור
Machine
מכונה
Instructions
הוראות
41 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Geography study guide 2 bimester
The americas map
Earths layers
Crust
Mantle
Caribbean, South America, North America
Crust, upper mantle, lower mantle, outer core, inner core.
Depth 40 km ... Made: rocky ... Temperature 0°c
Depth: 2900km ... Made: plastic Mg, Fe, Ai, Si, O... Temperature: 1…
The americas map
Caribbean, South America, North America
Earths layers
Crust, upper mantle, lower mantle, outer core, inner core.
73 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Science Final Study Guide C
What is the four largest moon in Jupit…
What is Ganymede?
What is Calisto?
What is Io?
Galliean Moons
Galliean moon: made of rock and ice, hot liquid watercore (co…
Galliean moon: made of rock and ice, thin atmosphere
Galliean moon: yellow sulfuric-rich surface, many volcanoes=…
What is the four largest moon in Jupit…
Galliean Moons
What is Ganymede?
Galliean moon: made of rock and ice, hot liquid watercore (co…
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unit 1 exam
crust composition
mantle composition
outer core composition
inner core composition
silicon and aluminum
soft rock and magma
melted metals, nickel, and iron
mostly iron, solid
crust composition
silicon and aluminum
mantle composition
soft rock and magma
32 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Soil Classification
T or F: Soils classified as Inceptisol…
T or F: Soils in the Oxisols order are…
T or F: Vertisols are characterized by…
Soil in this suborder would be more li…
False
False
True
Cryolls
T or F: Soils classified as Inceptisol…
False
T or F: Soils in the Oxisols order are…
False
67 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Science Final Study Guide C
What is the four largest moon in Jupit…
What is Ganymede?
What is Calisto?
What is Io?
Galliean Moons
Galliean moon: made of rock and ice, hot liquid watercore (co…
Galliean moon: made of rock and ice, thin atmosphere
Galliean moon: yellow sulfuric-rich surface, many volcanoes=…
What is the four largest moon in Jupit…
Galliean Moons
What is Ganymede?
Galliean moon: made of rock and ice, hot liquid watercore (co…
14 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Lithos
2 good things that come from volcanos
Another term for when convergent plate…
Name for a fold that is tilted on its…
What kind of rock in PV soft
Soil and islands
Subduction zone
Recumbent
Diorite
2 good things that come from volcanos
Soil and islands
Another term for when convergent plate…
Subduction zone
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Science Final Review Section C: Mars
Why is the color of Mars red?
What is the average temperature on Mars?
What happened when Mars was impacted b…
What is Olympus Mars?
Because it is made of oxidized iron dust
-60 degrees Celcius
It caused the north of Mars to have a lower elevation
A volcano
Why is the color of Mars red?
Because it is made of oxidized iron dust
What is the average temperature on Mars?
-60 degrees Celcius
51 termscreated on December 6, 2016
El Medio Ambiente Vocab
El arbol
El bosque
El cesped
El cielo
Tree
Forest
Grass
Sky
El arbol
Tree
El bosque
Forest
14 termscreated on December 6, 2016
MCI Aqua, Exploring Mars
airbag
asteroid
astronaut
astronomer
a bag that fills with air to cushion a crash or a fall
a small, rocky body found in orbit between Mars and Jupiter
a person who travels into space
a scientist who studies the stars and other planets
airbag
a bag that fills with air to cushion a crash or a fall
asteroid
a small, rocky body found in orbit between Mars and Jupiter
20 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Geology 103 Exam 2 (Multiple Choice)
Rocks that form from lava are called _…
Granitic magmas have a _______ silica…
Which type of basaltic lava flow has a…
________ are massive, gently sloping v…
extrusive/volcanic
high
pahoehoe
Shield Volcanoes
Rocks that form from lava are called _…
extrusive/volcanic
Granitic magmas have a _______ silica…
high
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Geology Exam III (Chapters 2 & 13)
divergent boundaries
convergent boundaries
transform boundaries
Alfred Wegner
plates move apart and new ocean crust is formed
plates move together and ocean crust is recycled into the man…
plates move past each other horizontally
theorized Continental drift and also Pangea
divergent boundaries
plates move apart and new ocean crust is formed
convergent boundaries
plates move together and ocean crust is recycled into the man…
80 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Spanish Quiz Vocab 12/ 8
el(la)dios(a)
el ejército
el emperador
el(la)enemigo(a)
god/goddess
army
emperor
enemy
el(la)dios(a)
god/goddess
el ejército
army
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BJU Earth Science ch 8
active volcano
cinder cone
dormant volcano
extinct volcano
could explode at any given time.
A steep, cone-shaped hill or small mountain made of volcanic…
could erupt, historical documentation that it has erupted in…
no sign that it has ever erupted, no tectonic plate movements…
active volcano
could explode at any given time.
cinder cone
A steep, cone-shaped hill or small mountain made of volcanic…
13 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Earthquakes
Ring of Fire
Seismology
Seismologist
Earthquake
An area circling the Pacific Ocean (the Pacific Plate) where…
The study of earthquakes and seismic waves that move through…
A scientist who studies earthquakes and seismic waves.
Movement of the Earth's crust that is a result of the plates…
Ring of Fire
An area circling the Pacific Ocean (the Pacific Plate) where…
Seismology
The study of earthquakes and seismic waves that move through…
10 termscreated on December 6, 2016
plate tectonics
asthenosphere
caldera
continental drift
convergent boundary
the soft layer of the mantle on which the tectonic plates move
a large, semicircular depression that forms when magma chambe…
the hypothesis that states that the continents once formed a…
the boundary formed by the collision of two lithosphere plates
asthenosphere
the soft layer of the mantle on which the tectonic plates move
caldera
a large, semicircular depression that forms when magma chambe…
20 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Waves
RING of FIRE
Seismology
seismologist
Earthquake
An area circling the Pacific Ocean (the Pacific Plate) where…
s the study of earthquakes and seismic waves that move throug…
scientist who studies earthquakes and seismic waves.
movement of the Earth's crust that is a result of the plates…
RING of FIRE
An area circling the Pacific Ocean (the Pacific Plate) where…
Seismology
s the study of earthquakes and seismic waves that move throug…
120 termscreated on December 6, 2016
Russia and Europe Fall Exam Review
polder
fjords
permafrost
the Netherlands
Drained area used for farming and settlement
Long, narrow, steep sided inlets
Soil that is permanently frozen below the surface
Twenty five percent of ________________ is below sea level, s…
polder
Drained area used for farming and settlement
fjords
Long, narrow, steep sided inlets
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Volcanoes
Lava
Magma
Viscosity
Composite
Liquid magma that has passed through the crust and is now on…
The lava inside the earth's crust
Resistance to flow
Lava
Liquid magma that has passed through the crust and is now on…
Magma
The lava inside the earth's crust
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