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The Five parts of the earth

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The Five parts of the Earth
By. Alexander Bertholf
Atmosphere
Biosphere
Geosphere
Hydrosphere
Cryosphere
How they interact
How does the sun fit in?
The Atmosphere is
the gaseous envelope surrounding the earth(dictionary.com).
The atmosphere is composed of 5 layers: the troposphere, the stratosphere, the mesosphere, the thermosphere, and the exosphere.
Citations
Troposphere
The troposphere is the lowest layer in the earth's atmosphere where we get all of the weather on Earth happens in this layer. The troposphere is about 75 percent of the atmosphere's mass. The troposphere is made 78% nitrogen and 21% oxygen with the remaining 1% being made of argon.
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"BIOSPHERE - WHAT." BIOSPHERE - WHAT. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Oct. 2014.
"GEOSPHERE - WHAT." GEOSPHERE - WHAT. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Oct. 2014.
"HYDROSPHERE - WHAT." HYDROSPHERE - WHAT. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Oct. 2014.
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Stratosphere
The stratosphere is the second layer of the Earth's atmosphere. This part of the atmosphere contains the ozone layer the thing that blocks out UV light. The stratosphere is higher near the equators and lower near the poles.
Mesosphere
The mesosphere is the third layer in the Earth's atmosphere. The mesosphere is the coldest of all of the atmosphere's layers. The mesosphere is also the layer in which meteors burn up in.
Thermosphere
The thermosphere is the fourth layer of the atmosphere. Temperatures in the thermosphere can go beyond 1000°C yet it would still fell cold because their isn't that many molecules there so it would not make it warm enough for someone to feel heat.
Exosphere
The exosphere is the final layer of the Earth's atmosphere. This is the area where satellites orbit the Earth.
The biosphere contains all living things. This includes humans animals fish even plants.
The geosphere is made up of rocks, minerals, and other things that we see everyday. The continents are apart of the geosphere along with the seafloor and mountains.
The hydrosphere is all the water on earth. It includes the oceans the lakes the rivers the ponds the seas and streams.
The cryosphere is all of the frozen on earth. This includes Antarctica and continental ice anything that is frozen water.
How atmosphere interacts
How biosphere interacts
How geosphere interacts
How hydrosphere interacts
How the atmosphere interacts with the geosphere
How atmosphere interacts with biosphere
One way the atmosphere interacts with the geosphere is when volcanoes erupt they release gases into the atmosphere. Another way the the atmosphere and the geosphere interact is when magma(a.k.a. lava) hardens some air can be caught in the rock.
The atmosphere interacts with the biosphere with the exchange of CO2 and Oxygen.
How does the atmosphere interact with the hydrosphere
The atmosphere and the hydrosphere interacts with one another by water evaporating into water vapor then falling back to earth by rain.
How does the atmosphere and the cryosphere interact
When the weather changes the cryosphere heats up or cools down.
How does the geosphere interact with the biosphere
The geosphere and the biosphere interact by earthquakes cause things on the biosphere to get hurt.
How does the geosphere interact with the hydrosphere
Underwater volcanoes, abysses, undersea caves, ocean floor, and hot springs.
How does the geosphere interact with the cryosphere
Ice from the cryosphere erodes the geosphere. When ice melts from glaciers it raises sea level and floods the land.
How does the hydrosphere interact with the cryosphere
How does the biosphere interact with the hydrosphere
how does the biosphere interact with the cryosphere
The biosphere interacts with the hydrosphere interact by living things need water to survive.
The biosphere interacts with the cryosphere by somethings love in the cryosphere like penguins, polar bears, and walruses.
The hydrosphere interacts with the cryosphere by when ice melts it raises the sea level. Another way they interact is when ice cools the water near it.
The sun fits in by heating up the earth if their was no sun the earth would freeze their would be no hydrosphere only cryosphere cause all the water would be frozen and a lot of the biosphere would dissapear cause most of the biosphere needs heat to survive. And if their was no sun their be no plants meaning no oxygen in the atmosphere the planet would be uninhabitable.
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