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anonymous

  • one year ago

HELP PLEASE The ozone protects the earth's surface from dangerous radiation. This is an interaction between: A. atmosphere and geosphere B. cryosphere and biosphere C. biosphere and hydrosphere D. cryosphere and hydrosphere

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  1. anonymous
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    @GrammaticalMistake help ?

  2. anonymous
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    What does the ozone layer protect us FROM?

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    the sun ?? @GrammaticalMistake

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    True, the harmful layers from the sun, but what else...?

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    *harmful rays

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    ultraviolet radiation ?

  7. anonymous
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    That's the rays from the sun. The answer is A, because the ozone layer protects us from meteor showers if I'm not mistaken. And meteors are made of rock (so Geo) and whatnot.

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