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By Sharon Wynne

Comprises 25 competencies/skills came upon at the CST Earth technological know-how attempt and a hundred twenty five sample-test questions. This consultant, aligned particularly to criteria prescribed by means of the recent York division of schooling, covers the sub-areas of Foundations of clinical Inquiry; area platforms; Atmospheric structures; Geological structures; and Water structures.

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It compresses material as it moves through it. The fastest moving of the seismic waves (4-7 Km/sec), the PWave is the first wave to reach the seismometers. S-Wave (Secondary Wave, also called a Shake Wave): Moves only through solid material. Always shorter than a P-Wave, the S-Wave (2-5 Km/sec) is the second wave that reaches the seismometer. Motion is a sinuous “side to side” movement. L-Wave (Surface Wave): The L-Wave is much slower than either the P- or SWaves, but creates lots of ground movement.

Often marked with a solid triangle. Contour Line: Connects points that have the same elevation. Contour lines are closed loops, although all of the loop may not be visible on the map. Index Contours: The heaviest contour lines, each marked with an elevation. Elevation: A numerical indication of the contour line's elevation. Hachure Marks: Short lines drawn inside a closed loop that indicate a depression. The marks point down slope. Gradient: The relative spacing of the contouring lines indicates the gradient of the slope.

The outer core, surrounding the inner core, is so hot that it is believed to be molten iron (liquid state). Combined, they are responsible for Earth’s magnetism. 989 x 1030 kg, its mass is roughly 330,000 times greater than Earth’s. 8% of all the mass in our solar system. Its not surprising that the Sun’s gravitational effect is so strong as to capture and hold the planets of our solar system in orbit around it. The Sun is intensely hot. 8%) that provide the fuel for the Sun’s nuclear reactions (fusion).

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