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The part of the Earth that is
liquid is the ____.
A. crust
B. mantle
C. outer core
D. inner core
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Earth’s continental crust
is ___ than oceanic crust.C
A. thinner and denser
B. thicker and denser
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The mantle’s convection currents give it a
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Scientists think that the inner core spinsScientists think that the inner core spins
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physical boundaries?physical boundari...
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Name the boundary type and landform
result along the North American and
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The Ring of Fire is known for volcanic activity. WhichThe Ring of Fire is known for volcanic activity. Which
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Which is NOT a possible driving force ofWhich is NOT a possible driving force of
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B. James Hutton
C. Ernest Rutherford
D. Alfred Wegener
Name the scientist who b...
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Which is NOT a correct fossil type and definition?Which is NOT a correct fossil type and definition?
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Which part of an organism is most likely toWhich part of an organism is most likely to
fossilize?fossilize?
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Fossils are important because theyFossils are important because they
help scientists determine _____.help scientists deter...
Coprolite is an important fossil because it ____.Coprolite is an important fossil because it ____.
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Which of these does NOT preserve anWhich of these does NOT preserve an
animal as a fossil?animal as a fossil?
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Why do only a small percent of animalsWhy do only a small percent of animals
become fossils?become fossils?
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The principle of superposition states that ___.The principle of superposition states that ___.
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Geologic change can be all of the followingGeologic change can be all of the following
except ___.except ___.
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The Paleozoic Era is know as ___.The Paleozoic Era is know as ___.
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A. the Age of Reptiles
B. Old ...
An asteroid impact represents ___ inAn asteroid impact represents ___ in
EarthEarth’s history.’s history.
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The wavy line in the diagram represents ___.
A. an unconformity
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The survival of a species is threatened ifThe survival of a species is threatened if
____.____.
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A....
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In which era did humans first appear?
A. Precambrain
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C. Paleozoic
D. Mesozoic
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In which era did dinosaurs first appear?
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A. Precambrain
B. Cenozoic
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Describe H.
A. igneous intrusion
B. fault
C. uniform layer of sedimentary rock
D. unconformity
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When did faulting occur?
A. After M formed.
B. After the first 2 layers formed.
C. After the igneou...
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The following effects could be the result of ___.
•Worldwide fires and debris in the air block sunl...
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  1. 1. HomeHome 100 100100 100100 200 200200 300 200 300300 300 400 300 400400 400400 500 500 600 500 500500 600 600 600600 200 Geologic Record I Earth’s Interior Plate Tectonics CD, SFS, and Topo Maps Fossils Geologic Record II 100 200 300 400 500 600
  2. 2. D Which correctly names the EarthWhich correctly names the Earth’s layers’s layers from the center to the circumference?from the center to the circumference? A. outer core, inner core, mantle, crust B. crust, mantle, outer core, inner core C. crust, mantle, inner core, outer core D. inner core, outer core, mantle, crust Earth’s Interior 100
  3. 3. The part of the Earth that is liquid is the ____. A. crust B. mantle C. outer core D. inner core C Earth’s Interior 200
  4. 4. Earth’s continental crust is ___ than oceanic crust.C A. thinner and denser B. thicker and denser C. thicker and less dense D. thinner and less dense Earth’s Interior 300
  5. 5. Scientists think the EarthScientists think the Earth’s outer’s outer core is made mostly of _____.core is made mostly of _____. A A. liquid iron and nickel. B. granite. C. basalt. D. solid iron and nickel. Earth’s Interior 400
  6. 6. The mantle’s convection currents give it a quality that can be described as ___. A A. plasticity. B. liquid. C. fluidity. D. solidity. Earth’s Interior 500
  7. 7. Scientists think that the inner core spinsScientists think that the inner core spins within the outer core slightly fasterwithin the outer core slightly faster than the planet spins. This causesthan the planet spins. This causes ___.___. C A. the Earth to tilt on its axis. B. gravitational pull. C. the Earth’s magnetic field. D. the tides to ebb and flow. Earth’s Interior 600
  8. 8. Which is incorrect?Which is incorrect? A A. Divergent boundaries cause volcanoes. B. Transform boundaries cause earthquakes and faulting. C. Trenches and volcanoes are formed along convergent boundaries due to subduction. D. Our tallest mountains form when continental crust collides. Plate Tectonics 100
  9. 9. Which is a tool used to understand EarthWhich is a tool used to understand Earth’s’s physical boundaries?physical boundaries? C A. thermal contractions B. magnetic reversal C. seismic waves D. sea-floor spreading Plate Tectonics 200
  10. 10. Plate Tectonics 300 Name the boundary type and landform result along the North American and Eurasian Plates. B A.A. Convergent - trenches and volcanoesConvergent - trenches and volcanoes B.B. Divergent - ridgesDivergent - ridges C.C. Transform - faultsTransform - faults D.D. Oceanic to oceanic collision - volcanicOceanic to oceanic collision - volcanic mountainsmountains
  11. 11. The Ring of Fire is known for volcanic activity. WhichThe Ring of Fire is known for volcanic activity. Which of the following is the result of plate movement inof the following is the result of plate movement in this area?this area? D A. faulting B. uplift C. ridges D. subduction Plate Tectonics 400
  12. 12. Which is NOT a possible driving force ofWhich is NOT a possible driving force of plate tectonics?plate tectonics? C A. slab pull B. ridge push C. magnetic pull D. convection Plate Tectonics 500
  13. 13. When marine fossils are found onWhen marine fossils are found on mountain tops, scientists can concludemountain tops, scientists can conclude that ___.that ___. C A. the position of the rock layers has not changed over time. B. glaciers moved over that area and deposited them there. C. these rocks were once on the sea-floor and were pushed up due to plate movement. D. eroded sediments from the sea-floor were Plate Tectonics 600
  14. 14. CD, SFS, and Topo Maps 100 D A. Harry Hess B. James Hutton C. Ernest Rutherford D. Alfred Wegener Name the scientist who believed the Earth’s land was joined in one supercontinent called Pangaea.
  15. 15. CD, SFS, and Topo Maps 200 At a divergent boundary, pieces ofAt a divergent boundary, pieces of oceanic crust move away from eachoceanic crust move away from each other forming a ridge. This isother forming a ridge. This is commonly called ____.commonly called ____. A. a trench. B. sea-floor spreading. C. lava flow. D. the Ring of Fire. B
  16. 16. CD, SFS, and Topo Maps 300 Which of the following is NOTWhich of the following is NOT evidence that supports continentalevidence that supports continental drift?drift? A. magnetic stripes B. fossils C. landforms D. climate A
  17. 17. CD, SFS, and Topo Maps 400 If a stream was present on this map, in which direction would it flow? D a. North b. East c. South d. West
  18. 18. CD, SFS, and Topo Maps 500 Which location is at theWhich location is at the lowest elevation?lowest elevation? A. Fuego B. Meseta C. Acatenango D. Yepocapa B
  19. 19. CD, SFS, and Topo Maps 600 Which is an accurateWhich is an accurate interpretation of thisinterpretation of this map??map??B A. There is about 1,000 feet of elevation change on this map. B. Streams A and A merge into B. C. The contour lines on the mountainside show a steep grade. D. Stream B splits into streams A and A.
  20. 20. Which is NOT a correct fossil type and definition?Which is NOT a correct fossil type and definition? B A. petrification - minerals in water replace matter creating stone B. mold - forms on an organism after is dies C. cast - a fossil that has the same shape as the organism that made it D. imprint - molds of thin objects Fossils 100
  21. 21. Which part of an organism is most likely toWhich part of an organism is most likely to fossilize?fossilize? B Fossils 200 A. skin B. shell C. hair D. footprint
  22. 22. Fossils are important because theyFossils are important because they help scientists determine _____.help scientists determine _____. B A. the actual age of a rock layer. B. the relative age of each rock layer. C. how the rocks in that geologic column formed. D. where igneous intrusions are located. Fossils 300
  23. 23. Coprolite is an important fossil because it ____.Coprolite is an important fossil because it ____. C Fossils 400 A. accurately identifies the animal that left it. B. shows the specific location of where the animal lived. C. provides valuable information about the habits and diet of the animal that left it. D. helps scientists accurately
  24. 24. Which of these does NOT preserve anWhich of these does NOT preserve an animal as a fossil?animal as a fossil? C Fossils 500 A. amber B. tar C. cast D. ice
  25. 25. Why do only a small percent of animalsWhy do only a small percent of animals become fossils?become fossils? C A. They were on the top of the food chain. B. They lived near water. C. They had a hard body covering. D. They lived in warm climates. Fossils 600
  26. 26. The principle of superposition states that ___.The principle of superposition states that ___. D Geologic Record I 100 A. the geologic processes that shaped the Earth long ago are still shaping the Earth today. B. rock layers can be missing due to unknown events. C. it is possible to find the actual age of the rocks. D. the younger rocks are found above older rocks in most cases.
  27. 27. Geologic change can be all of the followingGeologic change can be all of the following except ___.except ___. A Geologic Record I 200 A. erratic B. uniform C. sudden D. gradual
  28. 28. The Paleozoic Era is know as ___.The Paleozoic Era is know as ___. BB Geologic Record I 300 A. the Age of Reptiles B. Old Life C. the Age of Fossils D. the Age of Mammals
  29. 29. An asteroid impact represents ___ inAn asteroid impact represents ___ in EarthEarth’s history.’s history. CC Geologic Record I 400 A. the principle of superposition B. the geologic time scale C. catastrophism D. erosion
  30. 30. A Geologic Record I 500 The wavy line in the diagram represents ___. A. an unconformity B. a fault C. uniform sedimentary rock formation D. igneous intrusion
  31. 31. The survival of a species is threatened ifThe survival of a species is threatened if ____.____. D Geologic Record I 600 A. environmental change is gradual. B. the species can adapt to new environmental changes. C. the species can successfully reproduce. D. an environmental change is dramatic.
  32. 32. Geologic Record II 100 In which era did humans first appear? A. Precambrain B. Cenozoic C. Paleozoic D. Mesozoic B
  33. 33. Geologic Record II 200 In which era did dinosaurs first appear? D A. Precambrain B. Cenozoic C. Paleozoic D. Mesozoic
  34. 34. Geologic Record II 300 Describe H. A. igneous intrusion B. fault C. uniform layer of sedimentary rock D. unconformity A
  35. 35. Geologic Record II 400 When did faulting occur? A. After M formed. B. After the first 2 layers formed. C. After the igneous intrusion. D. Before the igneous intrusion. D
  36. 36. Geologic Record II 500 Which is the correct order of events from oldest to youngest? A. R H M FAU LT F B C B. I H B F FAU LT M D. H I B F FAU LT M C. I B F FAU LT M H
  37. 37. Geologic Record II 600 The following effects could be the result of ___. •Worldwide fires and debris in the air block sunlight, cooling the planet. •The food chain collapses due to lack of plants. •50% of all life on the planet dies. A. an ice age. B. glacial movement. C. carbon emissions. D. extreme volcanic activity. D

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