Interactions of Earth's Spheres: Purpose and Examples


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Which of the following is NOT one of Earth's four spheres?

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1. A plant rooted in the ground has a connection to which sphere(s)?

2. How can you tell where one sphere ends and the next one begins?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Your ability to identify the spheres on Earth will be tested with this quiz and worksheet. Practice questions focus on their interrelationships and the importance of their interactions.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Test your knowledge about the Earth's spheres, including:

  • The names of the spheres
  • The spheres that a plant in the ground are included in
  • How to differentiate between the ending of one sphere and the beginning of the next
  • Where clouds are located

Skills Practiced

These assessments will help you practice the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on interactions between Earth's spheres
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding why spheres need to interact
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify which spheres objects on the Earth fit into

Additional Learning

The lesson called Interactions of Earth's Spheres: Purpose and Examples will help you learn more. Topics include:

  • Earth's spheres
  • Examples of how the spheres interact
  • An explanation of sphere dependency