Katie designed an experiment using a paint roller pan, sand, and water. The steps of the experiment are listed below. Put 3 inches of moist sand on a paint roller pan. Make a beach by scooping the sand towards the higher portion of the pan. Put some soil with very small plants growing on it on the sand. Pour water into the deeper end of the pan. Move the roller pan to create wave like motion in the water. Observe how the sand and plants are displaced by the waves.

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Katie designed an experiment using a paint roller pan, sand, and water. The steps of the experiment are listed below. Put 3 inches of moist sand on a paint roller pan. Make a beach by scooping the sand towards the higher portion of the pan. Put some soil with very small plants growing on it on the sand. Pour water into the deeper end of the pan. Move the roller pan to create wave like motion in the water. Observe how the sand and plants are displaced by the waves.

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Katie’s model most likely represents the interactions between the atmosphere, ocean and cryosphere geosphere, ocean, and biosphere atmosphere, ocean, and biosphere cryosphere, biosphere, and ocean
@Shane_B please help
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atmosphere, ocean, and biosphere..
That's what I'd go with as well :)
oh really ? okay thank you. just wanted a second opinion :)
After rereading the experiment I'm kinda leaning toward geosphere now...
hmm, you might be right :o now thinking bout it
She has the ocean (water), the sand could be considered the geosphere and obviously the biosphere. I think for the atmosphere to apply here I would expect to see something about it in the experiment. Honestly, I could go either way on this one.
This makes me wanna say geosphere and that would be final answer :) "Observe how the sand and plants are displaced by the waves."
i'm gonna go with that then,. because i think thats the best guess. Do you wanna help me with just one more please? I'd appreciate it so much
Let's see what it is first :) Earth science is quite a few years back for me
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hehe..ok. Take your time...I have to step away for a couple minutes anyway. BRB.
what was the answerr? i really need help!!!

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