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Mantle Convection. Geochemical Reservoirs . Primitive mantle composition Is inferred from chondrites Continental crust, EM1, HIMU enriched in incompatibles; MORB depleted MORB shows inverse pattern from Cont. Crust suggesting crust forms by extraction from MORB
hypothesis: Convection CURRENTS IN THE MANTLE drive l ithospere plate movement. Mantle convection animation. Infer: Unequal heating of the mantle material causes rock to flow in convention currents. radiant energy from decay in Earth’s core. e xtruding magma = lava. granite.
Convection and the mantle. After this lesson you will be able to describe how heat is transferred and explain how convection occurs in Earth’s mantle. Vocabulary . Radiation Convection Conduction Density Convection current. How is heat transferred?.
Convection and the Mantle. How is heat transferred?. What makes an object hot?. Movement of particles Heat moves toward colder areas. 3 Types of Heat Transfer. Radiation Conduction Convection. Radiation. Transfer of energy through space
Convection and the Mantle. Mrs. Wach Sixth Grade (Chapter 1.3). How Is Heat Transferred?. Heat is transferred in one of three ways. CONVECTION The transfer of energy/heat by the movement of a fluid. RADIATION The transfer of energy/heat that is carried in rays, like light. CONDUCTION
Convection and the Mantle. Heat Transfer. Heat always moves from a warmer place to a cooler place. Hot objects in a cooler room will cool to room temperature. Cold objects in a warmer room will heat up to room temperature. Question.
Earth’s Structure and Materials- Course 2. 3.2 Convection and the Mantle. Ms. De Los Rios 7 th Grade Science CGPA. Vocabulary 3.2. Radiation- The transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves. Convection- The transfer of heat by the movement of a fluid.