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chapter 3 stud

the most abundant gas in earths atmosphere is? nitrogen
a fault is a break in the earths? crust
ozone is a molecule made up of what? three oxygen atoms
with respect to matter, earth is mostly what typer of system? closed system
the total quanity of dissolved salts in the ocean is? salinity
the transfer of energy through space is? radiation
a volcano is built from what material? magma
the part of earth that contains the air we breathe is called the what? biosphere
earths thin outter layer is known as? crust
the boundary between warm or cold water in an ocean or lake is called what? temperature zone
where is the ozone layer located? stratosphere
deep currents flow along where? ocean floor
the richter scale is used by scientist to measure the amount of energy released by a? earthquake
the removal and transport of surface material by water and wind is known as? erosion
wind and water erosion are not likely to affect what? mountains
Created by: austin.osborn