Earth Systems: an Earth Science Course
by Christine Loew
Publisher: Curriki 2009
Number of pages: 154
This document contains curriculum Earth Science course for grades 9 - 10. Special emphasis is given to the effects of biological processes on Earth systems. Three major concepts underlying the operation of Earth systems may be summarized as matter cycles, energy flows, and life webs.
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