Earth Science Worksheets and Study Guides High School. Earth`s Climate

The resources above cover the following skills:

Skills And Processes: The student will demonstrate ways of thinking and acting inherent in the practice of science. The student will use the language and instruments of science to collect, organize, interpret, calculate, and communicate information.
The student will pose scientific questions and suggest investigative approaches to provide answers to questions.
The student will test a working hypothesis. (NTB)
Concepts Of Earth/Space Science: The student will demonstrate the ability to use scientific skills and processes (Core Learning Goal 1) to explain the physical behavior of the environment, Earth, and the universe.
The student will explain how the transfer of energy and matter affect Earth systems.
The student will explain how global conditions are affected when natural and human-induced change alter the transfer of energy and matter.
The student will investigate methods that geologists use to determine the history of Earth.
The student will compare events in Earth's history that have been grouped according to similarities.
Environmental Science: The student will demonstrate the ability to use the scientific skills and processes (Core Learning Goal 1) and major environmental science concepts to understand interrelationships of the natural world and to analyze environmental issues and their solutions.
The student will explain how matter and energy move through the biosphere (lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and organisms).
The student will analyze how the transfer of energy between atmosphere, land masses and oceans results in areas of different temperatures and densities that produce weather patterns and establish climate zones around the earth (At least - differential heating and cooling; oceanic and atmospheric circulation patterns; climates and microclimates; biomes).
The student will analyze the relationships between humans and the earth's resources.
The student will evaluate the interrelationship between humans and air quality (At least - ozone; greenhouse gases; volatile organic compounds (smog); acid rain; indoor air; human health).
Standards

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