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Week 2


  • Cyclone
  • Hurricane
  • Volcano
  • Typhoon
  • Blizzard
  • Tsunami
  • Tidle Wave
  • Earth Quake
  • Pyroclastic Flow
  • Mud slide
  • Avalache
  • Lightning
  • Land Slide

Week 4
Predicting the size, location, and timing of natural
hazards is virtually impossible, but now, earth
scientists are able to forecast hurricanes, floods,
earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, wildfires, and
landslides using fractals.

wouldn't like to sucked up by that
Week 5

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They are the Crust, Upper Mantle,
Lower Mantle, Outer Core, Inner

Week 6

Nitrogen (N2)
780,840 ppmv (78.084%)
Oxegen (O2)
209,460 ppmv (20.946%)
Argon (Ar)
9,340 ppmv (0.9340%)
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
380 ppmv (0.0380%)
Neon (Ne)
18.18 ppmv (0.001818%)
Helium (He)
5.24 ppmv (0.000524%)
Methan (CH4)
1.79 ppmv (0.000179%)
Krypton (Kr)
1.14 ppmv (0.000114%)
Hydrogen (H2)
0.55 ppmv (0.000055%)
Nitrous Oxide (N2O)
0.3 ppmv (0.00003%)
Xenon (Xe)
0.09 ppmv (9 × 10−6%)
Ozone (O3)
0.0 to 0.07 ppmv (0% to 7 × 10−6%)
Nitrogen Oxide (NO2)
0.02 ppmv (2 × 10−6%)
Iodine (I)
0.01 ppmv (1 × 10−6%)
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
0.1 ppmv (0.00001%)
Ammonia (NH3)
Not included in above dry atmosphere:
Water Vapor (H2O)
~0.40% over full atmosphere, typically 1%-4% at surface
Troposphere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Thermosphere, Exosphere are the 5 layers of the atomsphereic.

The moon effects the earth in two ways. Its position around the earth allows it to reflect the suns light into our night. The moons orbit around the earth lasts about a month giving us different levels of this light. The sun's gravity , while much weaker at this distance is not negligible; when all three bodies are lined up the tides can be substantially higher; the phenomenon is called spring tide . Similarly , when the sun is at right angles to the moon , we experience a substantially weaker tide called a deap tide .

Week 7

Well, as inhabitants of planet Earth, we are part of it. The Earth formed when all the other planets did. The whole system was once one big disk of gas and dust, with a baby sun in the center. Gradually, the matter coalesced to form the planets. One of them struck the Earth very early on, and the debris from it and the Earth formed a ring, which became the Moon. Comets crashed on the Earth's surface and grazed its atmosphere, dropping all the water we have today, making life itself possible. The Sun drives the chemical reactions here, including those that make life possible. But it can also threaten
humans, with solar flares. Another danger from space is an asteroid strike.