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Unit 1 set 2

Vocabulary from unit 1

Biome regional ecosystem
Lithosphere the solid rock portion of the earth's surface
Hydrosphere the waters comprising the earth's surface, including oceans, seas, rivers, lakes, and vapors in the atmosphere
Biosphere all the parts of the earth where plants and animals live, including the atmosphere, the lithosphere, and the hydropshere
Atmosphere the layers of gases immediately surrounding the earth
Erosion the result of weathering on matter, created by the action of wind, water, ice, or gravity
Weathering physical and chemical processes that change the characteristics of rock on or near the earth's surface
Weather the condition of the atmosphere at a particular location and time
Climate the typical weather conditions at a particular location as observed over time
Global Positioning System (GPS) system that uses satellite data to pinpoint exact locations
Geographic Information System (GIS) a database of geographic information used to create maps allowing for geographic analysis
Boundary something that fixes the limit or extent
Artificial Boundary boundary caused or produced by humans
Created by: mstolleson