Earth Science / Edition 1

Earth Science / Edition 1

by Susan Leach Snyder
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0028271947

ISBN-13: 9780028271941

Pub. Date: 01/28/1997

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

With a broad array of innovative print and technology resources, Glencoe Earth Science helps teachers differentiate and accommodate all learners. The range of labs, content area reading, discussion strategies, note-taking tools, and activities provides students with multiple experiences of each Science Benchmark. They give teachers flexibility and the

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With a broad array of innovative print and technology resources, Glencoe Earth Science helps teachers differentiate and accommodate all learners. The range of labs, content area reading, discussion strategies, note-taking tools, and activities provides students with multiple experiences of each Science Benchmark. They give teachers flexibility and the ability to monitor student progress through ongoing assessment.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780028271941
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
01/28/1997
Edition description:
Study Guide
Product dimensions:
8.70(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.20(d)

Table of Contents

Unit 1 Earth Materials
The Nature of Science
What Is Earth Science?
5(1)
Applying Science
6(1)
Solving Problems
7(1)
Measurement and Safety
8(1)
Matter and Its Changes
Atoms
9(1)
Combinations of Atoms
10(1)
Matter
11(1)
Energy from Atoms
12(1)
Minerals
Minerals
13(1)
Mineral Identification
14(1)
Uses of Minerals
15(1)
Uses of Titanium
16(1)
Rocks
The Rock Cycle
17(1)
Igneous Rocks
18(1)
Metamorphic Rocks
19(1)
Sedimentary Rocks
20(1)
Burning Waste Coal
21(1)
Unit 2 The Changing Surface of Earth
Views of Earth
Landforms
22(1)
Viewpoints
23(1)
Maps
24(1)
Mapping Our Planet
25(1)
Weathering and Soil
Weathering
26(1)
Soil
27(1)
Land Use and Soil Loss
28(1)
Erosional Forces
Gravity
29(1)
Developing Land Prone to Erosion
30(1)
Glaciers
31(1)
Wind
32(1)
Water Erosion and Deposition
Surface Water
33(1)
Groundwater
34(1)
Water Wars
35(1)
Ocean Shoreline
36(1)
Unit 3 Earth's Internal Processes
Earthquakes
Forces Inside Earth
37(1)
Earthquake Information
38(1)
Destruction by Earthquakes
39(1)
Living on a Fault
40(1)
Volcanoes
Volcanoes and Earth's Moving Plates
41(1)
Energy from Earth
42(1)
Eruptions and Forms of Volcanoes
43(1)
Igneous Rock Features
44(1)
Plate Tectonics
Continental Drift
45(1)
Seafloor Spreading
46(1)
Theory of Plate Tectonics
47(1)
Before Pangaea, Rodinia
48(1)
Unit 4 Change and Earth's History
Clues to Earth's Past
Fossils
49(1)
Extinction of the Dinosaurs
50(1)
Relative Ages of Rocks
51(1)
Absolute Ages of Rocks
52(1)
Geologic Time
Evolution and Geologic Time
53(1)
Present-Day Rapid Extinctions
54(1)
Early Earth History
55(1)
Middle and Recent Earth History
56(1)
Unit 5 Earth's Air and Water
Atmosphere
Earth's Atmosphere
57(1)
The Ozone Layer
58(1)
Energy from the Sun
59(1)
Movement of Air
60(1)
Weather
What Is Weather?
61(1)
Weather Patterns
62(1)
Forecasting Weather
63(1)
Changing the Weather
64(1)
Climate
What Is Climate?
65(1)
Climate Types
66(1)
Climatic Changes
67(1)
How Can Global Warming Be Slowed?
68(1)
Ocean Motion
Ocean Water
69(1)
Ocean Currents
70(1)
Ocean Waves and Tides
71(1)
Tapping Tidal Energy
72(1)
Oceanography
The Seafloor
73(1)
Life in the Ocean
74(1)
Pollution and Marine Life
75(1)
Unit 6 You and the Environment
Our Impact on Land
Population Impact on the Environment
76(1)
Using the Land
77(1)
Should Recycling Be Required?
78(1)
Our Impact on Air and Water
Air Pollution
79(1)
Acid Rain
80(1)
Water Pollution
81(1)
Unit 7 Astronomy
Exploring Space
Radiation from Space
82(1)
Light Pollution
83(1)
Artificial Satellites and Space Probes
84(1)
The Space Shuttle and the Future
85(1)
The Sun-Earth-Moon System
Planet Earth
86(1)
Earth's Moon
87(1)
Exploration of the Moon
88(1)
The Solar System
The Solar System
89(1)
The Inner Planets
90(1)
Mission to Mars
91(1)
The Outer Planets
92(1)
Other Objects in the Solar System
93(1)
Stars and Galaxies
Stars
94(1)
The Sun
95(1)
Evolution of Stars
96(1)
Galaxies and the Expanding Universe
97(1)
The Search for Extraterrestrial Life
98

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