Diagrams for Unit 1 - Earth Structure

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Infographics/Diagrams 1. Global Grid Draw & label the following aspects of the global grid on the diagram below: - Meridians - Parallels - Equator - Prime Meridian - Tropic of Cancer - Tropic of Capricorn - Arctic Circle - Antarctic Circle - North Pole - Tropics - Subtropics - Mid-latitudes - Sub-arctic region - Northern hemisphere - Southern hemisphere WB IA.1
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2. Periodic Table Label the Periodic Table below to indicate the elements that were generated in:
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Unformatted text preview: A) the Big Bang B) early stars C) larger stars D) supernovas E) human laboratories WB IA.2 3. Cross Section of Earth Label the various layers of the Earth's interior. For each indicate the main constituents of the layer and its character (solid, liquid, gas, etc.). WB IA.3 4. Earth's Atmosphere Label the layers of the Earth's atmosphere. For each describe what the conditions are like there. WB IA.4...
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  • Spring '14
  • Federman
  • Equator, Antarctic Circle, global grid, WB IA

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