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  1. page 2 Ch. 20 - Earth Materials edited ... PSSA ANCHORS - S.8.D.1 Geologic Processes ASSESSMENT ANCHOR ... and Its ResourcesELIGIBLE…
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    PSSA ANCHORS - S.8.D.1 Geologic Processes
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    and Its ResourcesELIGIBLEResources ELIGIBLE CONTENT
    S8.D.1.1 Describe constructive and destructive natural processes that form different geologic structures and resources.Reference: 3.5.7.A, 4.4.7.B
    S8.D.1.1.1 Explain the rock cycle as changes in the solid earth and rock types (igneous – granite, basalt, obsidian, pumice; sedimentary – limestone, sandstone, shale, coal; and metamorphic – slate, quartzite, marble, gneiss).
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  2. page 2 Ch. 20 - Earth Materials edited ... S8.D.1.1.1 Explain the rock cycle as changes in the solid earth and rock types (igneous – gran…
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    S8.D.1.1.1 Explain the rock cycle as changes in the solid earth and rock types (igneous – granite, basalt, obsidian, pumice; sedimentary – limestone, sandstone, shale, coal; and metamorphic – slate, quartzite, marble, gneiss).
    S8.D.1.1.2 Describe natural processes that change Earth’s surface (e.g., landslides, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, mountain building, new land being formed, weathering, erosion, sedimentation, soil formation).
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    Bluebook Ch. 20, Sect. 1: Minerals
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  3. page 1a Ch. 17 - Weather & Climate edited ... S8.D.2.1.2 Identify how global patterns of atmospheric movement influence regional weather and…
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    S8.D.2.1.2 Identify how global patterns of atmospheric movement influence regional weather and climate.
    S8.D.2.1.3 Identify how cloud types, wind directions, and barometric pressure changes are associated with weather patterns in different regions of the country.
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  4. page 3b Hydrology (Water) edited ... S8.D.1.3.3 Distinguish among different water systems (e.g., wetland systems, ocean systems, ri…
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    S8.D.1.3.3 Distinguish among different water systems (e.g., wetland systems, ocean systems, river systems, watersheds) and describe their relationships to each other as well as to landforms.
    S8.D.1.3.4 Identify the physical characteristics of a stream and how these characteristics determine the types of organisms found within the stream environment (e.g., biological diversity, water quality, flow rate, tributaries, surrounding watershed).
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  5. page 3 Ch. 21 - Earth Chng Surface edited ... S8.D.1.1.2 Describe natural processes that change Earth’s surface (e.g., landslides, volcanic …
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    S8.D.1.1.2 Describe natural processes that change Earth’s surface (e.g., landslides, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, mountain building, new land being formed, weathering, erosion, sedimentation, soil formation).
    S8.D.1.1.3 Identify soil types (i.e., humus, topsoil, subsoil, loam, loess, and parent material) and their characteristics (i.e., particle size, porosity, and permeability) found in different biomes and in Pennsylvania, and explain how they formed.
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    -WEATHERINGWEATHERING vs. EROSION
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    mechanical weathering: biological break, plant root wedging, frost wedging, glaciation, wind abrasion, water abrasion
    chemical weathering: oxidation, feldsparing, acidification, water reaction
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  8. page 3 Ch. 21 - Earth Chng Surface edited ... S8.D.1.1.3 Identify soil types (i.e., humus, topsoil, subsoil, loam, loess, and parent materia…
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    S8.D.1.1.3 Identify soil types (i.e., humus, topsoil, subsoil, loam, loess, and parent material) and their characteristics (i.e., particle size, porosity, and permeability) found in different biomes and in Pennsylvania, and explain how they formed.
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    vs. EROSION
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    mechanical weathering: biological break, plant root wedging, frost wedging, glaciation, wind abrasion, water abrasion
    chemical weathering: oxidation, feldsparing, acidification, water reaction
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  9. page 3 Ch. 21 - Earth Chng Surface edited ... 2) What is the relationship between particle size of soil and permeability? 3) Tell what soil…
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    2) What is the relationship between particle size of soil and permeability?
    3) Tell what soil type each of these mixtures is according to the soil type triangular chart above:
    a. 50%30% clay, 50%
    b. 80% sand, 10% silt
    c. 40% sand, 20% clay, 40% silt
    d. 60%30% clay, 40%
    4) What % silt is a soil that has 30% clay and 10% sand? What type of soil is this?
    5) Put these soil types in order from highest permeability to lowest:
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