Chapter 1 and 2 Concept Cketches - Concept sketch study guide Chapter 1 The Nature of Geology Sketch label and describe the major layers of Earth(1.3A

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Concept sketch study guide Chapter 1: The Nature of Geology Sketch, label, and describe the major layers of Earth (1.3A). Include in your description the composition and thickness of each layer. Use a separate sketch to help you describe the difference between continental crust and oceanic crust (1.3A [inset]). Next, sketch and describe the difference between lithosphere and asthenosphere (1.3B). Finally, use sentences (no sketch) to describe why some regions have high elevations (1.3C). Sketch, label, and explain a simple version of the rock cycle. Your sketch should contain descriptions of all eight key processes. In addition, use sentences (no sketch) to
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  • Spring '07
  • BAKSI
  • Geology, magma.

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