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Volcano and Plate Tectonic Test Study Guide Answers – Flashcards 23 terms
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Rosa Sloan
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Lucas Davies
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Sonia Kelly
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Actions Atmosphere Force Mood Volume
First Day of School Short Story by. R.V. Cassill – Flashcards 11 terms
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Latin and Greek Roots, Book V, Unit 12 – Flashcards 10 terms
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Atmosphere Edgar Allan Poe English/Language Arts 3 (11Th Grade) PE And Health
Short Story: "The Pit and the Pendulum" by Edgar Allan Poe – Flashcards 16 terms
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what caused water vapor carbon dioxide and nitrogen in earths early atmosphere
outgassing from earths interior
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What are the two principal constituents of the earth’s atmosphere and what are their percentages?
Nitrogen (78%) and Oxygen (21%)
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The two ranges of electromagnetic radiation for which the Earth’s atmosphere is reasonably transparent are
B) visible and radio radiation.
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When light enters the atmosphere, the angle at which it travels changes. This occurs because the light is ______. Because of this, if the Sun is seen near the horizon, it will actually be_____.
refracted, lower than it appears
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What are the names of the three layers f the suns atmosphere, in the order from highest to lowest?
Corona, chromosphere, photosphere
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What are the three layers of the Suns atmosphere, in order of increasing distance from the surface
Photosphere, chromosphere, corona
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How did the introduction of Oxygen into the atmosphere affect the earth’s prevalent anaerobic organisms?
this ”poisoned” these organisms
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What is one advantage that allowed the four Jovian planets to collect massive gaseous atmospheres whereas the terrestrial planets could not
jovian planet orbits are more widely spaced than terrestrial planet orbits
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What is the atmosphere of top man and what ways does it enhance the conflicts?
Anticipation and don’t know what will happen
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What is the correct sequence of layers of the atmosphere from innermost to outermost?
troposphere-stratosphere-mesosphere-thermosphere
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