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Spheres of Earth

Quiz by monique stewart

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14 questions
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  • Q1
    Lithosphere is also known as the sphere of
    Land
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  • Q2
    Examples of the Biosphere include Plants, animals, insects, and
    microbes
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  • Q3
    Examples of the atmosphere include oxygen, nitrogen, water vapor, wind, and
    Ozone
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  • Q4
    ("Air Sphere") is the envelope of air that surrounds the whole Earth.
    Atmosphere
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  • Q5
    Hydrosphere is also known as the sphere of
    Water
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  • Q6
    Biosphere is also known as the sphere of
    Life
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  • Q7
    Examples of the Geosphere include continents, ocean floor, mountains, _______, dust, sand asphalt, and bricks.
    Rocks
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  • Q8
    "Water Sphere" includes all of the rivers, lakes, and oceans of Earth.
    Hydrosphere
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  • Q9
    Processes that move matter and energy from one sphere to another are called________
    Sphere interactions
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  • Q10
    ("rock sphere") the ground you are standing on and the whole crust of Earth's surface.
    Lithosphere
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  • Q11
    Derived from the Greek word GEO which means ground, the Earth's solid body.
    Geosphere
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  • Q12
    ("life sphere") includes all living things: plants, animals, even your friends!
    Biosphere
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  • Q13
    Examples of the Hydrosphere include Oceans, lakes, rivers, groundwater, polar ice caps, rain, and _____.
    Snow
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  • Q14
    Atmosphere is also known as the sphere of _________.
    Air
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