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NAME: ___________________________________________ SCORE: _____________ REVIEW TEST in EARTH and LIFE SCIENCE 11 MATCHING TYPE I. Match the proponents in column A to its corresponding theories and contribution in column B. A B _____ 1. Alexander Ivanovich Oparin A. Steady State Theory _____ 2. Alexander von Humboldt B. Big bang Theory _____ 3. Alfred Wegener C. Pulsating Theory (Oscillating or Cyclic Model) _____ 4. Arno Penzias D. Nebular Hypothesis _____ 5. Arthur Holmes E. Tidal Theory _____ 6. Charle Lyell F. Modern Geography _____ 7. Charles Darwin G. Principles of Geology _____ 8. Christopher Chyba H. Origin of Species by Natural Selection _____ 9. Edwin Hubble I. Continental Drift Theory _____ 10. Friedrich Mohs J. GAIA Theory _____ 11.Georges Lemaitre K. Mohs Hardness Scale _____ 12. Harold Clayton Urey L. Radiometric Dating of Minerals _____ 13. Hermann Bondi M. Uniformitarianism _____ 14. James Ephraim Lovelock N. Origins of Life and Evolution of Biosphere _____ 15. James Hutton O. Primordial Soup _____ 16. James Jean P. Electric Spark _____ 17. James P. Ferris Q. Crystalline Ancestry _____ 18. Neil Turok R. Panspermia _____ 19. Pierre Simon- Laplace S. Galaxies _____ 20. Svante Arrhenius T. Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation MATCHING TYPE II. Match the natural hazards from column A with their description with column B. Write only the letter of your choice on the space provided. A B _____ 1. Ash fall A. a cloud of volcanic ash suspended in the air _____ 2. Ballistic projectile B. Unusually warm ocean temperature in the equatorial Pacific _____ 3. Earthquake C. Rise of sea water above normal levels along the coast due to strong winds and atmospheric pressure _____ 4. Earthquake induced landslide D. Mixed of gases such as water vapor, carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen and fluorine. _____ 5. El Ni ñ o E. Volcanic debris thrown away by the eruption. _____ 6. Eruption cloud F. High-speed avalanche of hot ash, rock fragments, and gas temperature of up to 900°C and speed of 160 to 240 kph _____ 7. Flashflood G. Rain of ash dumped on the surrounding areas of volcanic eruption. _____ 8. Ground rapture H. Mudflow of water, ash, rock, boulders and other volcanic debris _____ 9. Ground shaking I. Movement of a surface material down a slope.
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_____ 10. Lahar J. Large sea waves caused by a large-scale displacement of the seafloor. _____ 11. Landslide K. Process in which soil saturated or partially saturated in water losses strength and behaves like a fluid _____ 12. Liquefaction L. Surface along the fault lines breaks apart _____ 13. Moonson M. Movement of the Earth’s surface due to the seismic waves produced by an earthquake. _____ 14. Pyroclastic flow N. Also called as lightning storm, thunder shower or electrical storm _____ 15. Storm surge O. Sudden slip on a fault and the resulting shaking of the ground and seismic energy radiated by that slip. _____ 16. Thunderstorm P. Slipping of mass of land from a higher to a lower level. _____ 17. Tsunami Q. Process in which molten rock or hot fragmented rocks and gaseous substances ejected from volcano.
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