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earth stuff


Why is the sun an important to planets in the solar system? It provides light and heat for each planet.
The earths tilt is responsible for _____, _______. length of days and temperatures.
What is most of the Earth covered by? water
The earth's climate is affected by latitude, landforms and a combination of __________ and _________. wind and water
What type of a vegetation is found in humid continental climate? forests and tall grasses
Where are moderate climates generally found? found in middle latitudes
Without wind and water working together the earth would ____________. heat up to a point where it can burn people
How have plants in continental and dry climates adapted to their environment? ESSAY question they adapt well to the environment. 1-2 paragraphs.
What happens to the earth's surface when huge pieces of earth's crust move? changes the earth surface
one complete orbit of the Earth's around the sun revolution
the spinning motion of the earth rotation
a landform with a rounded top that is lower and less steep than a mountain hill
the earth's path around the sun orbit
the plants in an area vegetation
the region between the arctic circle and the north pole, and the antarctic circle and the south pole high latitudes
in geography, a huge section of the earth's crust plate
water that falls to the ground from the atmosphere precipitation
a landform that rises usually more than 2,000 feet above sea level mountain
Created by: backspasm57