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Concept 1 Quiz

List and understand the sciences traditionally included in Earth Science.

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
The science of __________ literally means "study of Earth."


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Question 2.
Geology is traditionally divided into two broad areas—physical and nonphysical.


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Question 3.
This science emphasizes the study of marine environments including composition and movement of seawater, as well as coastal processes, seafloor topography, and the abundant and varied marine life.


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Question 4.
You can learn a lot about atmospheric sciences, including whether to bring that umbrella, by listening to a


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Question 5.
To better understand Earth, we'd better learn more about how our planet relates to the solar system and the universe by investigating the science of


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Question 6.
There is a mixture of gases and small particles that surrounds and envelops Earth because of


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Question 7.
Which of the following is not part of physical geology?


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Question 8.
Astronomy is the study of the atmosphere and the processes that produce weather and climate.


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Question 9.
Earth is a dynamic, ever-changing planet.


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Question 10.
Internal forces are responsible for all erosional landscapes.


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