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Unit 2 Physical Geo

What Are The Layers Of The Earth? Crust, Mantle, Outer Core, Inner Core
What Is Rotation? Means when the Earth tilts on it's axis.
How Many Days Does Rotation Go Through? 24 Hours ( 1 Day)
What Is Revolution? Means when Earth orbits around the sun.
How many Days Does Revolution It Go Through? 365 Days,(1 year, 12 months.)
What Is The Climate Of the Low Latitudes Like? Very Warm. Tropical Forest.
What Is The Climate Of The High Latitudes Like? Very Cold. Arctic Desert
What Is The Climate Of The Mid-Latitudes Like? Normal Weather. Ohio
What Happens To Climate As Elevation Increases? It gets colder and colder.
What Is A Rain Shadow? On the left side of a mountain, less rainfall due to the mountain elevation.
What Are Tectonic Plates? They are plates that are scattered all over the world. They are technically under the crust.
How Many Tectonic Plates Are There? 16.
What Is A Fault? A fault is when tectonic plates slam into each other and magma is stored and rock. This happens before a earthquake.
What Is A Earthquake? A earthquake is when all of the plates slam into each other and they cause a fault. The fault shakes the top of the land causing the earthquake.
What Is Weathering? Weathering means when rocks and minerals get breaked up.
What Is Erosion? When weathering breaks up things, erosion comes and sweep them away.
Name Two Kinds Of Erosion. Physical And Chemical Erosion.
Name At Least A Positive And A Negative Result. Agriculture: Positive:Can Grow Crops Negative: Pollution Urbanization: Positive:Interact And Socialize Negative:Pollution Dam Building: Positive:Irrigation Negative: Floods Deforestation: Positive:New Homes Negative:Pollution
Name At Least A Positive And A Negative Result. Part 2 Desertification:Negative: No Crops No Food Mining: P:Valuable Resources Negative:Sinkholes.
What Causes Desertification? When the crops die and there is no crops left.
Which Landforms Are Most Desirable To Live In? Lake,River, Delta
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