Table of Contents
What is Science?
Introduces scientific investigations, methods, observations, and communication.
Earth as a Planet
Covers Earth's features, identification, and uniqueness as a planet.
Earth's Materials and Crust
Describes the minerals and rocks that make up the Earth's crust.
Covers continental drift, seafloor spreading, plate tectonic movement, plate boundaries, and landforms.
Geological Activity from Plate Tectonics Processes
Covers volcanic activity, earthquakes, and mountains resulting from plate tectonic processes.
Water on Earth
Covers the distribution, states, and processes of Earth's water.
Covers features of Earth's atmosphere, energy transfers within our atmosphere, and air pollution.
Weather and Climate
Covers how features and processes of the atmosphere determine weather and climate.
Surface Processes and Landforms
Describes how surface processes create and modify landforms.
Covers Earth's history and how Earth scientists learn about Earth's past.
Life on Earth
Covers how life is supported on planet Earth.
Covers human dependency on natural resources for energy and materials.
The Solar System
Introduces the objects of our solar system.
Beyond the Solar System
Introduces explorations beyond our solar system.
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