Environmental Science Worksheet-9
A. A measurement of how many clouds are in the sky
B. A measurement of how much water vapor is in air
C. A measurement of heat
D. A measurement of water
A. Processing machines things that recycle wastes and other remains of process food.
B. Living things that consume organisms.
C. Living things that break down wastes and other remains of organisms.
D. None of the above
A. Subsoil B. Bedrock C. Topsoil D. Humus
A. Atmospheric pressure B. Sun's heat
C. Internal pressure D. Ocean waves
A. Chlorine B. Salt C. Oxygen D. Iron
A. Viruses B. Bacteria and fungi
C. Animals D. Acids
A. Hot water pockets
B. Cold water pockets
C. Large stream of water that flows in the ocean.
D. Glacier of ice that floats in the ocean.
A. Evaporation B. Precipitation
C. Condensation D. Solidification
A. Cold air becomes humid
B. Water vapor rises as cold vapor
C. Water vapor precipitate as rain or snow
D. Air humidity decreases
A. Papers B. Data C. Files D. Stories
1.-(b); 2.-(c); 3.-(c); 4.-(c); 5.-(b); 6.-(b); 7.-(c); 8.-(c); 9.-(c); 10.-(b)