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atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere

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Justin Howard

on 21 September 2012

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Transcript of atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere

The 4 "spheres" The Atmosphere The hydrosphere The Biosphere The Lithosphere All plants and animals The gasses surrounding the earth The atmosphere is where weather happens The atmosphere spreads water around the globe All the water in the world Rivers Lakes The water cycle is the story of how the hydrosphere changes ocean currents wind currents The Earth's crust Tectonic plates move creating mountains, valleys, volcanoes, even oceans Erosion over time, turns rock into soil B - gasses are created or absorbed by living things
L - wind erodes rock
H - water vapor is transported by the atmosphere B - all life forms require water to survive
L - water and ice erode rock and the sediment created forms new soil
A - water evaporates! B - All known life exists on or within the lithosphere, but volcanic activity can kill it all
A - volcanoes can spew ash into the atmosphere, while wind can erode rock
H - tectonic movement changes the shape of oceans and seas L - Turns deposited rock into soil
A - life produces new gasses such as methane, oxygen, and carbon dioxide
H - most life on earth lives in or near water, polluting or cleaning it as a way of life
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