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Earth and Earth Materials I Worksheet
From Visualizing Earth Science, by Merali, Z., and Skinner, B. J, 2009, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Copyright 2009 by Wiley. Adapted with permission.
Complete the WileyPLUS® GeoDiscoveries Earth Drag and Drop from Chapter 1. Label and describe each letter in the space below.
A. Ocean | B. Continental crust | C. Oceanic crust | D. Solid inner core | E. Liquid outer core | F. Mesosphere | G. Anthenosphere | H. Lithosphere |
Minerals Drag and Drop (Chapter 2)
Virtual Rock Lab (Chapter 2) * *
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Even thousands of years as well. In china they found dragon bones. They were found about 2,000 years ago and the scientist state that they were mostly likely dinosaur fossil. One of the very first dinosaur fossils to be described was a Megalosaurus. | Evolution | The fossils record had many well documented transitions from the species in another, the evidence of the fossil is that the record is unique and it provides the viewpoint the understanding the evolution of the life on the Earth. It’s impressing to learn about the Earth and its beauty there’s so many information to learn that sometimes we don’t think how the things occur or can occur, this point of view is not available from science or in the other databases that support the study of evolution. | Meteor strikes | The meteorite strike did kill the dinosaurs. It was a huge asteroid or comet that came down smashing into the earth it was off the coast of Mexico about 65 million years ago where the scientist say and believed killed of the dinosaurs. | Mass extinctions | Australia and the United States have documented the massive extinction for the bee populations. Its states that is parallel the wipe of the dinosaurs about 65 millions years ago. | Wandering poles | According to in the pole region there is a continual deposition of ice, which is not symmetrically distributed about the pole. Earth’s rotation acts the procedures centrifugal and the momentum that is the transmitted to the rigid crust of the