Introduction: Why study earth? Earth Systems describe the natural functioning of

Introduction: Why study earth? Earth Systems describe the natural functioning of the physical and biological components of the Earth and human activities that interact with these components. There are several reasons why we need to study earth. Find out why here. 1.2 Why Study Earth?The rock cycle is the inward and outward process of how rock is created, destroyed, or altered. Find out more here: Three Types of rocks and the Rock CyclePlate Tectonics is describe the movement of seven large and small land masses over millions of years. Earth is changing due to convection of the soft, hot rocks in the core of the Earth. Learn more about plate tectonics here: There are Three Kinds of Plate Tectonic BoundariesEarthquakes are a release of energy in the lithosphere of the earth that causes seismic waves to occur. Go to Caltech website to learn more about Earthquakes.…Question/Phenomenon What is the relationship between the rock cycle, plate tectonics and earthquakesPurposeUsing no more than two or three sentences, state the purpose of conducting the experiment. This purpose should imply an interesting observation and a query that the experiment will attempt to resolve.How do plate tectonics contribute to the rock cycle? How do plate boundaries contribute to earthquakes?ClaimIn one or two sentences, give an educated guess as to what you think the answer to your query will be. What do you think the results of the experiment will show? MaterialsTextbook readings, website research.MethodsThis section should summarize the procedure(s) used in the experiment. It should include sufficient detail so that one could repeat the experiment by following your description of theprocedure.EvidenceThe results section is the record of your observations from the experiment. The date (results) should be organized and clearly presented in the form of written qualitative statement, illustration, drawings, graphs, and/or tables. Consider including drawings of various plate boundaries and/or the rock cycle.ReasoningThis section includes an interpretation of the results and describes how your data compares with expected norms and how it compares to your hypothesis. Do not repeat data in this section. This section also includes a critical analysis of the experimental results, gives explanations of any errors that may have occurred.ReferencesInclude additional resources you used other than those provided.Format provided by Cecil H. Miller, (2018). 1.2 Why Study Earth? Physical Geology. [online] Available at:… 7 Feb. 2018].Note:1.2Why Study Earth? by Steven Earle is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.YouTube. (2018). 3 Types of Rocks and the Rock Cycle: Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic – FreeSchool. [online] Available at: [Accessed 16 Feb. 2018] (2018). What are the different types of plate tectonic boundaries?. [online] Available at:… [Accessed 16 Feb. 2018].The PlanetsOverview:Earth is the only known planet that contains life. This is due to our water source needed to sustain life.Explore the planets of the solar system by visiting the Griffith Observatory.
Click on each planet to gather more information.
Create a chart that compares:Weight of the planet
Planet’s distance from the sun
Composition of the Planet(e.g. rock, gas, ice)
Visual appearance of the Planet
Any moons of the planet
The planet’s orbit and rotation
Date the Planet discovered
Connect to the NASA website.
Choose a topic, from the top left of the page, to explore. Within that topic there are short videos/articles to view.
Write a description that includes:Three interesting features and facts about the topic
Why you chose this topic
Requirements: 400 words

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