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Agriculture Improved methods of cultivation, harvesting, and storage of farm produce.. Crop that is reproduced by cultivating the seeds. Genetically modified organisms. Economic activity concerned with the direct extraction of natural resources from the environment. Genetic modification of an animal such that it is rendered for human control. Hard
Air and Air Pollution the mixture of sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid, and suspended solid particles . the presence of chemicals in the atmosphere. one of the major air pollutants. thin layer of gases surrounding the Earth. causes lung disease and suppresses plant growth. Hard
Air and Water damaging to plants. contains oxygen and carbon dioxide. how plants get most of their water. can kill plant cells or an entire plant. this type of air can put stress on the plant. Older Children
Air Pollution the invisible gaseous substance surrounding the Earth . a colorless liquid hydrocarbon present in coal tar and petrolemeum used in chemicals. sickness, stomach flu, chronic heart ______. harm, not safe, risky. smoking, gasoline, steam, bog, acid rain, chemicals. Older Children
All About Water when a liquid moves up very narrow tubes. It is caused by cohesion and adhesion of molecules.. a molecule that does not have distinctly charged poles. to separate and disperse a solid into individual particles in the presence of a solvent. a physical property of a substance, caused by the intermolecular attraction between like-molecules within a body or substance that acts to unite them. For example, water molecules 'stick' to other water molecules. . is a measure of mass per unit of volume. . Hard
Caves A person who explores caves as a sport or hobby. 'World of the ice giants'. A rock formation hanging from the ceiling of a cave. A scientist who studies caves. The Blue Grotto is found on this Italian island. Hard
Continental Drift This occurs at divergent boundaries where new ocean floor is formed.. The movement of material caused by changes in temperature.. The edges of Earth's plates where two or more plates meet. A break in the earth's crust where earthquakes can happen. The pieces of Earth's lithosphere are in slow, constant motion and float on convection currents in the mantle.. Hard
Currents and climate an acoustic current meter in which a sound signal sound of known frequency is projected into the water and the reverberation frequency is measured. a circular ocean surface current. the wreckage of a ship or its cargo found floating on or washed up by the sea. a flow of a fluid in a direction. circulation of fluid caused by density differences. Older Children
Diffusion this contains a green pigment called chlorophyll. what is the cell structure called that contains water and cell sap. this describes a membrane which lets small soluble molecules through. an example of a small soluble molecule. a waste material that would diffuse out of the cell. Hard
Earth putting chemicales in the environment. bad rain that comes from the sky. gas that surrounds the earth. To use something again. something thats melting the artic. Older Children
Earth ash. the molten, fluid, rockthat issues from a volcano . lithosphere is broken into a number of crustal plates. the central intermost part of the earth. the movement of contintns resulting resuming from the motion of crustal plates. Hard
Earth History Remains of species that existed on earth for a relatively short period of time; can be used by geologist to assign the ages of rock layers. A method of dating bones. If rocks are undisturbed, the older layers of rock are under the younger layers of rock. Remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms. Method useed to determine the absolute age of a rock by measuring the amounts of parent and daughter materials in a rock. Hard
Earth Science Major geological events that occur when plates shift suddenly and release stored energy; a frequent occurrence at transform boundaries. The cool, rigid, outermost layer of Earth consists of the crust and the uppermost part of the mantle. ovement of plates create dense oceanic crust that sinks lower in the asthenosphere than the less dense continental crust, resulting in depressions on Earth's surface that fill with water. an upper layer of the mantle that causes movement of the lithosphere because of its plasticity. The thin solid outermost layer of Earth; made of less dense silicates. Hard
Earth Sciences Earthquake & Plate Tectonics shakes particles. where an earthquake starts. deformed rocks reaction. where the movement has occured. driven by convection currents in the mantle. Hard
Earth's History How many layers does the Earth have? . What is the inner most layer of the Earth? . Plates can converge,diverge and _______.. We live on what layer? . Fossils are found ______. . Older Children
Earth's Structure Part of the mantle closer to the crust, contains the asthenosphere. The outermost, rigid layer of Earth that consists of the crust and the rigid upper part of the mantle. The soft layer of the mantle on which the pieces of the lithosphere move. Part of the mantle closer to the core, this part contains the mesosphere. The thin, outermost layer of the Earth. Older Children
Earth's Structures an instrument for automatically detecting and recording the intensity, direction and duration of the ground. an igneous rock thst forms when magma hardens beneath Earth's surface. an area where magma from deep within the mantle melts through the crust above it. a type of rock that forms from the remains of plants and animals that are pressed and cemented together. the process by which water, ice, wind and gravity moves weathered particles of rock ans soil. Hard
Earthquake the wall below the hanging wall in a reverse fault. the area beneath Earth's surface where rock under stress breaks. the wave(s) that arrive first; they compress and expand the ground. an instument that records and measures seismic waves. the force that opposes the motion of one surface as it moves across another surface. Big
Earthquakes Use the hints to solve the puzzle! broken into pieces. a part of a whole; a small area. not having any mistakes; precise. taken apart or a way from. a loud, deep sound; like the rolling of objects. Big
Earthquakes to make ready ahead of time, usually for a particular event. the condition in which a person is vulnerable to harm or risk. the theory that the earth's surface consists of plates whose constant motion explains continental drift. a period of time occupied by a series of events that repeat themselves regularly and in the same order. an event that disrupts a family's or a community's ability to function and for which assistance will be required. Hard
Earthquakes and Volcanoes In an earthquake, the point underground where the rocks first begin to move.. Molten rock that reaches a planetís surface through a volcano.. An instrument that constantly records ground movements.. A fracture in Earthís lithosphere along which blocks of rock move past each other.. A process in which the shaking of ground causes loose, wet soil to act like a liquid.. Hard
Ecology a living thing in an ecosystem.. an organism that captures energy from sunlight and transforms it into chemical energy that is stored in energy-rich carbon compounds.. a factor or condition that prevents the continuing growth of a population in an ecosystem.. a relationship between two species in which one species is harmed while the other benefits.. a model used to show the feeding relationship between a single producer and a chain of consumers in an ecosystem.. Very Difficult
Erosion drpping of sediment that occurswhen an agent of erosion can no longer carry it.. farming methiod to reduse erosoin on steep slops. arable land that is worked by plowing and sowing and raising crop. methiod for redusing soil erosion. process in which surface materials are worn away. Older Children
Erosion and Deposition laying down or settling of eroded material. large mass of ice that formed on land. layered sediment deposited by streams of water that flowed from a melting glacier. moud or ridge of unsorted sediment deposited by a glacier. removal of weathered material from one location to another. Older Children
Erosion Deposition evidence. water erosion. can quake. subzero. deposits of rock. Older Children
Flowers The male part of the plant which produces the pollen. The part of the stamen where pollen is produced. . A fine powdery substance. Protected the flower when it was in bud. The sepal is often green.. The enlarged basal portion of the pistil where ovules are produced.. Older Children
Fossils fossil formed when plant, animal or other organism dies. person who studies fossils. outer support skeleton. lack a backbone. mark left by an organ. Hard
Hurricanes Use the hints to fill out the crossword puzzle. A line leading to a place or point.. Getting back to normal.. Withdrawal from an unsafe place for protection.. Effect of earth's rotation on the movement of air masses.. Hurricane conditions are a potential threat to coastal areas or islands.. Hard
Invertebrates Specialized cells. Mouth of cnidarians. Takes place outside the cell. Simple brain found in cnidarians. Larval form of most cnidarians. Hard
It's All About The Earth moving continents. cooling fire. found on sedimentary rocks. moving plates. living things. Hard
Land Formation a slow moving mass of ice originating from an accumulation of snow . prevaling weather conditions of a region. any remains or trace of a living thing of a former geologic age. sedimentary rock consisting of calcium carbonate. an area of limestone terrane characterized by sinks, ravines,caves, and underground streams . Older Children
Landfoms It is a deep valley with very steep sides.. It is a series of mountains.. It is a wide area of land.. It is a high landform, greater in height than a hill.. It is a landform that is high. It has an opening in Earth's surface from which lava flows.. Older Children
Layers of the Earth Large fractures in rocks along which movement occurs. Crust found under the oceans. Made of the crust and the upper part of the mantle. How much matter is in a given amount of space. Earth's thinnest, outermost layer. Older Children
Lunar Eclipse Test your knowledge on the Lunar Eclipse! What Earth casts on the moon during a lunar eclipse.. There is a lunar eclipse about ___ times a year.. The color of the sun's light that reaches the moon during a lunar eclipse.. The biggest of the three planets that are a part of a lunar eclipse.. One of the two main types of eclipse. This one lasts longer than the other.. Older Children
Marine Life The scientific study of life. Specific specie that is being affected right now because of the abundance in Carbon Dioxide. Nicknamed as the 'feeder fish'. Area where Carbon Emission is abundant. Emissions make the oceans more _________because of the abundance of protons. The reactant of photosynthesis. Hard
Mass The process in which sediment is laid down in new locations.. Strength or power exerted upon an object.. The remains of anything broken down or destroyed; ruins; rubble.. A hill or slope down which one may slide down. . Any complete round or series of occurrences that repeats or is repeated. . Big
Mass Movements, Wind, and Glaciers moving mass of ice. wind's removal of surface particles. wind-blown silt deposits. landslides tht rotate around curves. swiftly moving mud and water. Hard
Metals is an alloy of iron, nickel and chromium. most common metal used in school. is almost 100% iron. loses its shape under pressure and is soft & heavy. is a tough metal and it can be hardened. Big
Mid-Ocean Crust At fast-spreading ridges the faults dip in ________.. Normal Upper Mantle Rocks.. The result of hot saltwater and hot basaltic rocks exchanging ions. (_________ alteration). The _____ cools as it spreads away from the ridge.. New crust forms by intrusion and ______.. Hard
Mountains Located in between Tucson and Phoenix . Located in Stafford . located in Willcox and changed world weather . Located in Tucson and made for U of A school. Located in Japan . Older Children
Mountains Is a mountain that is not BALD but in the name. Located in between Tucson and Phoenix . Located in Switzerland. North of Willcox. 2nd tallest mountain in World. Big
Mt. Everest setup for tents. relay site for campers.. highest piont on the mountain.. metal fram with spikes worn on the hiking boots for ice climbs.. high above sea level.. overhanging mass of hardened snow.. Older Children
Natural Disasters It is Hot, Red and comes out of a mountain.. It is cold, wet, Wight and is normally found on the very top of a mountain.. This liquid is a common thing to drink when one is thirsty. It starts with a W.. It is like a hill just 100 times larger and taller. Snow normally is found at the top. . A Massive wave caused by an Earthquake under the sea.. Older Children
Natural Disasters Strong winds. Moving people out. Some things broken. Huge strong winds. Things ruined . Hard
Natural Disasters A floating sheet of ice permanently attached to a landmass. The powdery residue left after the burning of a substance. Rock fragments and particles ejected by a volcanic eruption.. Hot molten or semifluid rock erupted from a volcano or fissure, or solid rock resulting from cooling of this. The wearing away or destruction of the outer or forward surface of an object, such as a meteorite or a spacecraft.. Older Children
Natural Resources an example of a renewable resource. a resource that cannot be replaced. inorganic substance that comes from earth. water by artificial means. timber used for building material or paper. Big
Nature Rain but frozen comes in winter time. It is up in the air and is blue. Another word for rocks . We breathe it. A large amount of trees. Easy
Ocean the form and shape of the surface of the crust under the ocean water. deep cut in the ocean floor formed at a subduction zone. bending or curving of ocean currents due to earth's rotation. extinct underwater volcano. ocean floor. Big
Oceans and Continents You find the Statue of Liberty in this continent. Earth is known as this . Large, continuous area of land. Mountain range in Southern Europe. The smallest continent . Very Difficult
Our Environment organisms that feed on both plants and animals. a hierarchical series of organisms, each dependent on the next, as a source of food. organisms that cannot manufacture their own food. both living and non-living components of an area. basic unit of an ecological hierarchy. Hard
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