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TAKS Science 5th

5th Grade

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Resources that are used by humans, such as minerals, water, fossil fuels, and food sources Natural Resources
Comes from the bodies of dead organisms that lived millions of years ago. Materials from these organisms are pressed together to form coal, oil and natural gas. Fossil Fuel
Natural resources that can be renewed or replaced by nature, such as food crops and water. Renewable
A resource that can't be replaced in nature, such as metals and minerals (M&M) Nonrenewable resource
Solid fossil fuel formed deep within Earth over millions of years. Coal
Fossil fuel and material resource that formed deep in the Earth over millions of years from remains of ancient plants and animals. Oil (petroleum)
A period that can be measured using a stopwatch or clock. Time
A fossil fuel, flammable odorless gas(mostly methane) found in Earth's crust. Natural Gas
Resources that cannot be used completely, such as solar energy, ocean tides and wind. Inexhaustible
Transfer of thermal energy between substances that are at different temperatures. Heat
A region in which particles are bunched together. Compression
Process by which wind, water, and gravity leave eroded sediments in new locations. Deposition
Amount of force exerted on a given area by an object or substance. Pressure
Material broken down from dead organisms such as decaying plants and animals. Organic Material
How water continuously moves between the ocean, the sky, and the land. Hydrologic (water cycle)
Outermost, rocky layer of Earth. Crust
Large plates that float on the mantle and make up the Earth's crust. Plate Tectonics
Created by: Promethean on 2011-01-21



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