Earth Becoming Alive

Earth Becoming Alive - Brandon Moczygemba Geol December 4,...

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Brandon Moczygemba December 4, 2006 Geol Mr. Mcgehee Earth Becoming Alive Some of planet Earth’s heat comes from within the planet itself. It happens through radioactive decay which causes convection. Convection causes materials to flow from deep down inside the Earth’s core to the outer layer which heats it. The hydrologic cycle is also a key factor in the Earth process. The hydrologic cycle is when precipitation falls on the surface and is then evaporated or turns into surface run off into streams or rivers. A current problem we are enduring is that we are consuming natural resources faster than they are made. The main resource that is getting used is petroleum. Petroleum is used in many important things such as fuels for motor vehicles and other things. Oil companies use unique ways to find petroleum underground. One method is called remote sensing which is normally done from a plane or even from some satellite photos. Another problem we face is soil erosion, not only by water, but also by wind. A way to
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CJ 2310 taught by Professor - during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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