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earth's forces

by Ashley Cook

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earth's forces
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table of contents
standard_________________________________________________1
plate tectonics____________________________________________2
destructive forces________________________________________3
constructive forces_______________________________________4
earth's layers_____________________________________________5
seafloor spreading_______________________________________6
rocks and minerals_______________________________________7
characteristics of rocks and minerals_____________________8
types of rocks and minerals______________________________9
rock cycle______________________________________10
fossils___________________________________________11
erosion__________________________________________12
deposition________________________________________13
weathering________________________________________14
earth surface/land________________________________15
earth surface/water________________________________16
water cycle___________________________________________17
mountain formations________________________________18
land forms_____________________________________________19
ocean layers____________________________________________20
ocean floor_______________________________________21
ocean currents____________________________________22
weather___________________________________________23
layers of the atmosphere____________________________24
clouds_______________________________________________25
climate______________________________________________26
types of weather______________________________________27
lab____________________________________________________28
fun activity____________________________________________29
think about it__________________________________________30
quiz____________________________________________________31
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LS1.C: ORGANIZATION FOR
MATTER AND ENERGY FLOW IN
ORGANISMS
● Animals and plants alike generally
need to take in air and water,
animals must take in food, and
plants need light and minerals;
anaerobic life, such as bacteria in
the gut, functions without air.
Food provides animals with the
materials they need for body repair
and growth and is digested to release
the energy they need to maintain
body warmth and for motion. Plants
acquire their material for growth
chiefly from air and water and
process matter they have formed to
maintain their internal conditions
(e.g., at night).
plate tectonics
The outermost layer of the earth is called the crust and it is broken into large pieces called tectonic plates.
These huge pieces of Earth's surface slowly move at about the speed that your fingernails grow. 
Their movement from mountains causes earthquakes and they even rearrange the position of continents.
destructive & constructive forces
earth's layers
The structure of the earth is divided into four major components: the crust, the mantle, the outer core, and the inner core. Each layer has a unique chemical composition, and physical state, and can impact life on Earth's surface.
click here to watch a cool video about the Earth's layers.
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