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The study of the Earth's atmosphere and its changing conditions is called A. meteorology. B. geology. C. ecology. D. astronomy
The study of the Earth's atmosphere and its changing conditions is called meteorology.
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The study of the Earth's atmosphere and its changing conditions is called meteorology.
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Weegy: Contact Lines The place where two different geologic units are found next to each other is called a contact, and that is represented by different kinds of lines on the geologic map. [ [ [ The two main types of contacts shown on most geologic maps are depositional contacts and faults. ] ] ] User: what word best describes the term gradient? A. Slope B. Oblate C. Contour D. Weight (More)
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