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does anyone know a link or website that has the answers to glencoe's earth science worksheets?? i believe this book is the 1998 or 1999 one. i need to correct and help my daughter with her homework and it would be easier with an answer keyhelp in earth science worksheet!!!!?
which conclusion by studies of earthquake waves passing through the earth? a. no earthquake waves can pass through the earth's core. b. the mantle is liquid c. the inner core is liquid d. the outer core is liquid an earthquake with a magnitude of 5 on the richter scale is how much more energy than a magnitude 4 earthquake? a. 1 times as much energy b. 10 times as much energy c. 2 times as much energy d. it's simply one bigger which of the following is not a characteristic of an index fossil? a. have a wide geographic distribution b. are hard to find c. are easily recognized d. existed only a short geologic time15 quiz earth/space science worksheet questions (help)?
i know some seem easy but i would like to be certain. any help is appreciated. 1. which one of the following is not necessary for thunderstorm development? a) lifting action b) sufficient moisture in the atmosphere for cloud development c) high wind speeds d) unstable air 2. which of the following statements is false? a) warm air is less dense than cold air. b) the cumulus stage of a thunderstorm usually features heavy rains. c) the first stage of a thunderstorm's development is the cumulus stage. 3. the name we give to the cloud associated with the mature stage of a thunderstorm is: a) cumulus b) towering cumulus c) cumulonimbus d) fog 4. we use __________ to measure the heat in the air. 5. which of the following geographic regions would be the best absorber of heat energy? a) the smooth sandy beaches of virginia b) rough, icy snow packs of alaska c) the dark plowed kansas corn fields d) the green forests of the smokey mountains e) rough, transparent water of california beaches 6. the measure of the weight of air above us is called air __________. 7. when a cold front meets a warm front, we may experience __________. a) rain b) precipitation c) snow d) all of the above 8. cold, dry air masses __________ and __________ air masses. a) rise; are replaced by warm, moist b) rise; flow toward warm, more moist c) sink; flow toward warmer, more moist d) sink; are replaced by warm, moist e) none of the above 9. wind is the movement of __________. a) sand b) tides c) clouds d) air 10. which of the following is the most destructive force associated with tornadoes? a) heavy rains. b) the explosive pressure difference between the inside of a home and the lower pressure outside due to the tornado. c) the destructive pressure of the high winds associated with the tornado. d) the flying debris or "missiles" that travel with the tornado. 11. true or false? when the national weather service issues a tornado watch, it means that a tornado has been sighted. 12. fog forms whenever there is a loss of heat from the earth through __________. a) radiation b) evaporation c) condensation d) frost e) strong winds 13. relative humidity is a ratio of __________. a) moist air to dry air b) how much water vapor is in the air compared to how much the air can hold at that temperature c) how much heat air can hold with a given moisture d) how much water air can hold at a given temperature e) warm air to dry air 14. a large body of water affects the climate by keeping places near it __________ in winter and __________ in summer. a) warmer cooler b) cooler warmer 15. changes in the earth's atmosphere over a short period of time are referred to as __________. a) meteorology b) climate c) weather d) geography e) climatolog.
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