Earth Science 101: Earth Science

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Earn transferable college credit using our Earth Science course. This affordable course makes learning these topics quick and enjoyable through short and engaging video lessons.
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Ch. 1:  Earth Science Basics
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Ch. 2:  Geologic Time
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Ch. 3:  Characteristics of Matter
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Ch. 4:  Earth's Spheres and Internal Structure
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Ch. 5:  Plate Tectonics
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Ch. 6:  Minerals and Rocks
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Ch. 7:  Igneous Rocks
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Ch. 8:  Volcanic Landforms
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Ch. 9:  Weathering and Erosion
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Ch. 10:  Sedimentary Rocks: A Deeper Look
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Ch. 11:  Metamorphic Rocks: A Deeper Look
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Ch. 12:  Rock Deformation and Mountain Building
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Ch. 13:  Water Balance on Earth
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Ch. 14:  Running Water
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Ch. 15:  Ground Water
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Ch. 16:  Glaciers
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Ch. 17:  Oceans
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Ch. 18:  Coastal Hazards
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Ch. 19:  Earth's Atmosphere
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Ch. 20:  Weather, Air Masses & Storms
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Ch. 21:  Earthquakes
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Ch. 22:  Earth History
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Ch. 23:  Energy Resources
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Ch. 24:  Studying for Earth Science 101
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