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  • 1. Physical Geography
    By: Eric Szymanski
    EDU 290
  • 2. Geography
    Geography-science that deals with the distribution, and interaction of the physical, biological, and cultural features on earth's surface.
    nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov
  • 3. Key Vocabulary
    Axis
    Rotation
    Revolution
    Hemisphere
    Eclipse
  • 4. Axis
    Axis- is an imaginary line that runs from the north pole to the south pole.
    hyscience.com
  • 5. Rotation
    Rotation- is the motion of the earth as it spins on its axis this causes day and night.
    physicalgeography.net
  • 6. Eclipse
    A shape that looks like a slightly squashed circle.
    corbisimages.com
  • 7. Hemisphere
    The Hemisphere is the globe cut in half.
    arboleda2016.blogspot.com
  • 8. Revolution
    Revolution- the earths movement around the sun in an orbital pattern.
    thebrain.mcgill.ca
  • 9. Earth’s System
    Atmosphere- the air around us.
    Hydrosphere-the water in our lakes and oceans.
    Lithosphere-the rock, sand and other solid particles.
    Biosphere-any life matter from single celled organisms to complex multi-cellular organisms.
  • 10. The Earth Systems
    http://serc.carleton.edu/introgeo/earthsystem/index.html
  • 11. Biosphere
    Photosynthesis is a great example of how carbon dioxide, water and light energy are combined to create part of the biosphere.
    Howstuffworks.com
  • 12. Lithosphere
    britannica.com
    The lithosphere can consist of the erosion cycle where water whether it’s rain, lake ocean or river erodes the rock or soil surrounding it. It can also be found in out tectonic plates that make up out world asseen in this picture.
  • 13. Atmosphere
    The carbon cycle is an atmospheric cycle that effects all earths systems. Carbon dioxide is a green house gas that traps heat energy within the atmosphere.
    http://www.eo.ucar.edu/kids/green/cycles6.htm
  • 14. Hydrosphere
    lukevb.glogster.com
    The Hydrogen Cycle consist of water that is recycled within every system. This is found in all systems. It erodes the land. Found in all life forms. Under certain conditions is found in the atmosphere before it becomes precipitation.
  • 15. The End

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