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science terms

Asthenosphere Soft layer of upper mantle
Convection the transfer of heat from one place to another within fluids
Convection Current The flow of a fluid results from heat being transferred within the fluid
Crust Outermost, thinnest layer of Earth
Density The mass per unit per unit of volume for given material
Inner core Solid, dense center of Earth
Lithosphere Outermost, rigid layer of Earth
Mantle The layer between Earths crust and core *Most massive layer
Mesosphere Strong, lower part of the mantle
Outer Core Liquid layer of Earth's core
P wave Moves through solids and liquids
Pressure The force pushing on a surface or area
S wave Moves through solids.
Seismic Wave Type of wave released when earthquakes occur
Temperature A measure of average energy of motion of the particles of a substance
Created by: mdavis2