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The atmosphere has many functions, such as _____. sustaining life with oxygen filtering harmful rays from the Sun removes nutrients from the soil helps to protect Earth from meteor collisions keeps
the earth's climate unstable
filtering harmful rays from the sun
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User: The atmosphere has many functions, such as _____. sustaining life with oxygen filtering harmful rays from the Sun removes nutrients from the soil helps to protect Earth from meteor collisions keeps the earth's climate unstable

Weegy: filtering harmful rays from the sun
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User: Earth's climate history can be studied by analyzing _____. soil and dirt ice cores and rock records fossils of plants and animals oceans and lakes

Weegy: sustaining life with oxygen filtering harmful rays from the Sun
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User: Earth's climate history can be studied by analyzing _____. soil and dirt ice cores and rock records fossils of plants and animals oceans and lakes





Weegy: The right answer is fossils of plants. Fossils inform mankind on the life forms that existed across time. Besides teaching humans how life evolved, the fossil record shows people the changes Earth's climate experienced over millions of years. [ ]
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User: A geologist is studying layers of rock. He finds a fossil of a bony fish. According to the law of faunal and floral succession, what new type of fossil would he most likely find next, in the layers of rock above? a fossil of an amphibian a fossil of a reptile a fossil of a trylobite a fossil of a human

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