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  1. Planet Earth:

  2. Planet Earth: The Big Picture: “4 spheres”

  3. The Earth’s Spheres: • Atmosphere:

  4. The Earth’s Spheres: • Atmosphere: A mass of gas surrounding a planet or other celestial body and held in place by gravity.

  5. The Earth’s Spheres: • Atmosphere: A mass of gas surrounding a planet or other celestial body and held in place by gravity. • Mostly Nitrogen (N) and Oxygen (O)

  6. The Earth’s Spheres: • Atmosphere: A mass of gas surrounding a planet or other celestial body and held in place by gravity. • Mostly Nitrogen (N) and Oxygen (O) • Hydrosphere:

  7. The Earth’s Spheres: • Atmosphere: A mass of gas surrounding a planet or other celestial body and held in place by gravity. • Mostly Nitrogen (N) and Oxygen (O) • Hydrosphere: All water located on the Earth, in the Earth, and in the Earth’s atmosphere.

  8. The Earth’s Spheres: • Atmosphere: A mass of gas surrounding a planet or other celestial body and held in place by gravity. • Mostly Nitrogen (N) and Oxygen (O) • Hydrosphere: All water located on the Earth, in the Earth, and in the Earth’s atmosphere. • The water cycle.

  9. The Earth’s Spheres: • Lithosphere:

  10. The Earth’s Spheres: • Lithosphere: The land on Earth. The upper layer of solid Earth.

  11. The Earth’s Spheres: • Lithosphere: The land on Earth. The upper layer of solid Earth. • Includes ocean bedrock and lake and river beds.

  12. The Earth’s Spheres: • Lithosphere: The land on Earth. The upper layer of solid Earth. • Includes ocean bedrock and lake and river beds. • Biosphere:

  13. The Earth’s Spheres: • Lithosphere: The land on Earth. The upper layer of solid Earth. • Includes ocean bedrock and lake and river beds. • Biosphere: All forms of life on our planet.

  14. Biosphere: • What makes up the biosphere?

  15. Biosphere: • What makes up the biosphere? • Bacteria

  16. Biosphere: • What makes up the biosphere? • Bacteria • Protists

  17. Biosphere: • What makes up the biosphere? • Bacteria • Protists • Fungi

  18. Biosphere: • What makes up the biosphere? • Bacteria • Protists • Fungi • Plants

  19. Biosphere: • What makes up the biosphere? • Bacteria • Protists • Fungi • Plants • Animals

  20. Interconnectedness: Carbon Dioxide Oxygen Atmosphere Hydrosphere Biosphere Lithosphere

  21. Biosphere: • Where would you find the biosphere?

  22. Biosphere: • Where would you find the biosphere? • In the lithosphere. (worms, plant roots)

  23. Biosphere: • Where would you find the biosphere? • In the lithosphere. (worms, plant roots) • In the atmosphere. (birds, trees)

  24. Biosphere: • Where would you find the biosphere? • In the lithosphere. (worms, plant roots) • In the atmosphere. (birds, trees) • In the hydrosphere. (fish, water plants)

  25. Hydrosphere: • Where would you find the hydrosphere?

  26. Hydrosphere: • Where would you find the hydrosphere? • Oceans

  27. Hydrosphere: • Where would you find the hydrosphere? • Oceans • Marshes

  28. Hydrosphere: • Where would you find the hydrosphere? • Oceans • Marshes • Freshwater (lakes, rivers, springs, ponds, puddles, etc.)

  29. Hydrosphere: • Where would you find the hydrosphere? • Oceans • Marshes • Freshwater (lakes, rivers, springs, ponds, puddles, etc.) • Glaciers and polar caps as frozen hydrosphere

  30. Hydrosphere: • Where would you find the hydrosphere? • Oceans • Marshes • Freshwater (lakes, rivers, springs, ponds, puddles, etc.) • Glaciers and polar caps as frozen hydrosphere • Ground water (under part of the lithosphere) • Atmospheric water (clouds, water vapor, all precipitation)

  31. Hydrosphere: • How does water move on our planet? • The water cycle

  32. Atmospheric layers: • Troposphere:

  33. Atmospheric layers: • Troposphere: Runs from the Earth’s surface to about 12 km.

  34. Atmospheric layers: • Troposphere: Runs from the Earth’s surface to about 12 km. • Weather that affects the planet happens here.

  35. Atmospheric layers: • Troposphere: Runs from the Earth’s surface to about 12 km. • Weather that affects the planet happens here. • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer.

  36. Atmospheric layers: • Troposphere: Runs from the Earth’s surface to about 12 km. • Weather that affects the planet happens here. • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer. • Stratosphere:

  37. Atmospheric layers: • Troposphere: Runs from the Earth’s surface to about 12 km. • Weather that affects the planet happens here. • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer. • Stratosphere: Runs from the top of the troposphere to about 48 km.

  38. Atmospheric layers: • Troposphere: Runs from the Earth’s surface to about 12 km. • Weather that affects the planet happens here. • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer. • Stratosphere: Runs from the top of the troposphere to about 48 km. • Jet planes fly here.

  39. Atmospheric layers: • Troposphere: Runs from the Earth’s surface to about 12 km. • Weather that affects the planet happens here. • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer. • Stratosphere: Runs from the top of the troposphere to about 48 km. • Jet planes fly here. • Temperature increase as you go up through this layer.

  40. Atmospheric layers: • Troposphere: Runs from the Earth’s surface to about 12 km. • Weather that affects the planet happens here. • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer. • Stratosphere: Runs from the top of the troposphere to about 48 km. • Jet planes fly here. • Temperature increase as you go up through this layer. • The ozone is located here.

  41. Atmospheric layers: • Mesosphere:

  42. Atmospheric layers: • Mesosphere: Runs from the top of the stratosphere to about 80 km.

  43. Atmospheric layers: • Mesosphere: Runs from the top of the stratosphere to about 80 km. • Meteors burn up here (shooting stars).

  44. Atmospheric layers: • Mesosphere: Runs from the top of the stratosphere to about 80 km. • Meteors burn up here (shooting stars). • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer (as low as –90 degrees Celsius).

  45. Atmospheric layers: • Mesosphere: Runs from the top of the stratosphere to about 80 km. • Meteors burn up here (shooting stars). • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer (as low as –90 degrees Celsius). • Thermosphere:

  46. Atmospheric layers: • Mesosphere: Runs from the top of the stratosphere to about 80 km. • Meteors burn up here (shooting stars). • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer (as low as –90 degrees Celsius). • Thermosphere: Runs from the top of the Mesosphere to about 1,000 km.

  47. Atmospheric layers: • Mesosphere: Runs from the top of the stratosphere to about 80 km. • Meteors burn up here (shooting stars). • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer (as low as –90 degrees Celsius). • Thermosphere: Runs from the top of the Mesosphere to about 1,000 km. • The space shuttle orbits the Earth here.

  48. Atmospheric layers: • Mesosphere: Runs from the top of the stratosphere to about 80 km. • Meteors burn up here (shooting stars). • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer (as low as –90 degrees Celsius). • Thermosphere: Runs from the top of the Mesosphere to about 1,000 km. • The space shuttle orbits the Earth here. • Temperature increase as you go up through this layer (as high as 2,000 degrees Celsius).

  49. Atmospheric layers: • Mesosphere: Runs from the top of the stratosphere to about 80 km. • Meteors burn up here (shooting stars). • Temperature decreases as you go up through this layer (as low as –90 degrees Celsius). • Thermosphere: Runs from the top of the Mesosphere to about 1,000 km. • The space shuttle orbits the Earth here. • Temperature increase as you go up through this layer (as high as 2,000 degrees Celsius). • The Aurora Borealis lights happen here.