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There are three states of matter: gas, liquid, and solid. Water in our atmosphere exists in these three states constantly. As the temperature of water vapor (a gas) decreases, it will reach the point at which it turns into a liquid (called the dew point or the point at which dew forms). This change...
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In this lesson, students examine seismic evidence to determine a) Earth must have a layered internal structure and, b) estimate the size of Earth’s core. Using an inquiry approach, students are divided into two teams (theoreticians and seismologists) to test the simplest hypothesis for what is...
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OneGeology Kids provides youth-tailored information on geology subjects: what geology is, maps, rocks and minerals, fossils and dinosaurs, earthquakes, volcanoes, geology around the world, energy, water, earth processes, and how to get involved.
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