4.02 Weathering and Erosion
Iron in rock can react with oxygen and water to create rust making the rock reddish and crumbly.
When water gets into tiny cracks in boulders during winter, the water can freeze and e
1. Record your lab data in this chart.
2. If you
Amount of Erosion
03.08 Advanced: Find the Epicenter Lab
Advanced Lab Worksheet
1. Describe how you found the epicenter of the earthquake.
To determine the epicenter of an earthquake first we measure
the difference in the arrival times of primary and secondary
0 4 .0 4 Ide nt ify ing R oc ks La b - La b Wor k s he e t
Record your lab data in the chart below. As you examine the rocks, put an X in the column of the trait you observe.
You will have 3 marks in each row.
At the end of the examination you will determ
By: Harmony Shellman
Cell cycle is the order of events that take place in a cell
that leads to its replica.
Cell cycle is important because old cells get damaged and
have to be replaced with new cells for the body to work.
What and Why is the
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1. What was this lesson about?
This lesson was about things that protect people from harmful weather.
2. Describe 3 new things you learned. Please use complete sentences.
3. Three new things that I learned we
0 5 .0 3 C lim a te : Me a n, M edia n , M ode
1. Welcome to the 5.03 Assessment where we will learn how to calculate mean,
median and mode and how climatologists use them to determine a climate of a place.
First, lets review how to find the mean, median
By: Harmony Shellman
*Tropical climates are near the equator
and usually warm. There are also above
65F year-round. These places receive
direct sunlight year long too.
*Low altitude, inland, lots of sunlight, low
latitude, or close to th
6.05 Human Body Systems
Q1) Which system controls everything that happens in our bodies
A1) Nervous System
Q2) Which system works to keep us healthy and free of disease
A2) Immune System
Q3) Which systems work together to allow our bodies to move
04.04 Fronts and Predicting the Weather
1. The picture to the right shows
a cold front approaching your
house. Predict the weather
that will be at your house
before this front arrives.
Answer: As the front approaches, you will have a storm.
2. The picture
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1. Why is it important to accurately predict the path of a hurricane?
It is important because you can predict if the hurricane is coming or not. That way people in
your city, state, or region can be war
Directions: Using the information below you will create 2 graphs showing the average monthly
temperature for two different world cities.
Make a line graph for each city. Graph the month on the x-axis and the temperature on the yaxis. You can graph the dat