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Eog Review

TermDefinition
Hydrology the study of the distribution, conservation, use, etc, of the water of the earth and its atmosphere, particularly at the land surface
Hydrosphere the water on or surrounding the surface of the globe, including the water of the oceans and the water in the atmosphere.
Saltwater water containing a large amount of salt. About 97.5% of water on Earth is salt water
Freshwater water that does not contain a large amount of salt.
Upwelling the process by which warm, less-dense surface water is drawn away from along a shore by offshore currents and replaced by cold, denser water brought up from the subsurface.
Water Quality quality of the water.
Turbidity murky, cloudy, roiled, muddy.
Bioindicators a biological indicator of the well-being or abundance of an organism,
Nitrates
Dissolved Oxygen
Runoff
Point-Source Pollution
Non-Point source Pollution
Stewardship
Aquatic
Terrestrial
Seafloor Spreading
Buoyancy
Polar Molecule
Cohsion
Adhesion
Surface Tebsion
Pramecium
Eilia
Euglena
Flagellum
Amoeba
Pseudopods
Nucleus
Mitochondria
Cytoplasm
Cell Membrane
Ribosomes
Photosynthesis
Cellular Respiration
Fermentation
Atom
Proton
Electron
Neutron
Nucleus
Atomic Number
Atomic Mass
Density
Malleablility
Specific Heat
Chemical Change(4 signs)
Physical Change
Conservation Of Mass(matter)
Electrical Conductivity
Fertilizer
Pesticides
Why are chemicals removed from public use?
Topographic Maps
Contour Lines
Elevation
Remote Sensing
Ground Truthing
reflectence Curve
satellite imagery
Ice Cores
Relative Dating
Pangaea
Continents
Fossils
Global Warming
Tension
Compression
Intrusion
Fault
Asthma
Cigarette Smoke
mutagen
Cancer
Antibiotivs
Virus(name diseases too)
Bacterial Diseases
Parasite(example)
Genetic Engineering
Cloning
Animal Breeding
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