Environmental Science Worksheet-7
A. Mesosphere B. Stratosphere
C. Troposphere D. Thermosphere
A. Living things that consume food. Such as animals.
B. Living things that produce food. Such as plants.
C. Living things that cook food. Such as chefs.
D. None of the above
A. Air B. Minerals C. Water D. Dust
A. Avalanche B. Snow squall
C. Dense fog D. Mudslide
A. Oceans B. Lakes C. Bedrocks D. Glaciers
A. It is the rate at which water can pass through soil particles.
B. It is the rate at which air can pass through soil particles.
C. It is capacity at which soil can hold the water.
D. It is the color change property of soil.
A. core B. mantle C. magma D. lava
A. It is the processing of drinking water.
B. It is the processing of farming water.
C. It is the movement of ground water through flow, freezing, and precipitation.
D. It is the movement of Earth's water through evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.
A. Earth's core heats the air around the earth.
B. Sun's heat waves heats the air on the top.
C. Sun's heat waves heats the Earth's surface, and the warm surface heats the air above it.
D. Air pressure heats the air in high pressure areas.
A. An electronic connector
B. An instrument used for measuring mercury content
C. An instrument used for measuring humidity
D. An instrument used for measuring solubility
1.-(c); 2.-(b); 3.-(b); 4.-(a); 5.-(c); 6.-(a); 7.-(c); 8.-(d); 9.-(c); 10.-(c)