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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Earth Science Questions

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Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by Brigham_Wilson
Which measures air pressure?
  1. Barometer
  2. Thermometer
  3. Anemometer
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by Brigham_Wilson
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by rosalatorre
Using a resource wisely so that it will not be used up is called
  1. filtration
  2. conservation
  3. distillation
  4. coagulation
Grade 6 :: Oceanography and Hydrology by rosalatorre
What is the source of energy for the water cycle?
  1. gravity
  2. transpiration
  3. the oceans
  4. the sun
Grade 6 :: Environmental Science by rosalatorre
Salt water can be converted to fresh water by desalination which includes
  1. boiling water
  2. freezing water
  3. pumping water through a filter
  4. all of the above
Grade 6 :: Oceanography and Hydrology by rosalatorre
Grade 6 :: Oceanography and Hydrology by rosalatorre
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by jacksonjn
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by crunk
The most abundant gas in the atmosphere is
  1. ozone
  2. carbon dioxide
  3. oxygen
  4. nitrogen
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by VickyCollins1
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by VickyCollins1
A local wind that blows from an ocean of lake
  1. global wind
  2. thunderstorm
  3. equator
  4. sea breeze
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by VickyCollins1
Dust particles and gases in the atmosphere reflect light in all directions
  1. scattering
  2. greenhouse effect
  3. Coriolis effect
  4. absorption
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by VickyCollins1
The way Earth's rotation makes winds curve
  1. global winds
  2. local winds
  3. land breeze
  4. Coriolis effect
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by VickyCollins1
The increased cooling a wind can cause
  1. wind
  2. land breeze
  3. wind-chill factor
  4. sea breeze
Grade 6 :: Atmosphere by Shanda_Hanauer
The temperature to which air must cool to be saturated
  1. anemometer
  2. dew point
  3. front
  4. barometer
Grade 6 :: Earth's Layers by bncompton
In a convection current, why does the magma become more dense when it reaches the crust?
  1. it heats up
  2. it becomes light
  3. it cools down
  4. it remains the same
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