Scientists use their eyes where the layers have risen above ground and drill core samples to bring to the surface to study. Scientists use GPS tracking to study plate tectonics. by studying how seismic waves refract as they pass through different material.
1. By studying things from Earths layers that have been pushed up through the cracks of the crust. 2.By measuring diffrent kinds of vibration from earthquakes 3.By doing laboratory expirements I hope this can help you!!
1. Scientists use a seismograph which is a tool that measures vibrations. 2.They study Earth's magnetic field. 3.They observe anything that has been pushed up through the cracks in the crust. These are three ways scientists study Earth's layers.
Scientists study layers of rocks to learn about the earth and how it has changed. They know that if layers are undisturbed, the oldest rocks are on the bottom and the youngest rocks are on top. They know how old each layer is in relation to the other layers.
Scientists study the earth's atmosphere and the earth's 5 layers like the crust, core, mantle, inner core, and outer core. They also study the 3 types of rock which are Igneous, Metamorphic, and Sedimentary rocks.
They study the layers by seeing how seismic waves travel through the earth. By the time of the arrival, and how the frequencies of the waves are arranged within each set they can tell things about the density and other things about the layers.
Generally not. Geologists study the rocks and sediments that make of Earth itself. They only study the atmosphere insofar as it interacts with rock and sediment. Climatologists and meteorologists are the main scientists who study the atmosphere.
Scientists study about the Earth's interior for many reasons. Some include knowing how the inner layers of the Earth work and act allows us to better predict the effects and locations of earthquakes and volcanoes. They also study more about its magnetic field, and long-term continental drift.
Scientist study protists because they produce much of the Earths oxygen. *my science teacher told me that *she also said there were many more reasons and if i wanted to know then i would have to do the research myself