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Science Chapter 6 Study Guide
Vocabulary to know
Earthquake
Horizon
Fault
Crust
Humus
Mantle
Permeability
Glacier
Seismic waves
Outwash plains
Important facts to remember
Glaciers form when more snow falls in the winter than melts in
summer.
The force of gravity causes the layers of a glacier to flow downhill.
The oceans DID NOT become larger during the Ice Age.
It takes hundreds to thousands of years for one inch of soil to form.
Seismic waves travel in all directions.
Know 5 ingredients that make up soil.
Be able to look at a model of the Earth and read the data.
EXTRA CREDIT
Why is soil permeability important to plants?
Why is soil considered a resource?
Why is it important to study earthquakes?