What is it about the earth that causes seaaons?
It's tilt The tilt of its axis
It causes day and night. And it also causes the seasons on earth.
When the sun causes the uneven heating of the Earth, the uneven of the Earth causes volcanoes. -JBrockz108
The earth's dense core causes the gravity everything on earth experiences
That causes day and night. It also causes the Coriolis forces.
it causes seasons
it's because the tectonical plates move inside the earth so it causes earth quakes.
The Earth rotating causes day and night, it rotates every 24 hours. The Earth rotating causes day and night, it rotates every 24 hours.
That is what causes the seasons. That is what causes the seasons. That is what causes the seasons. That is what causes the seasons.
revolution of earth causes seasons on earth.revolution of earth means rotation of the earth around the sun.rotation of the earth means earth rotates around itself.the earth needs 365 days to rotate the sun(for a revolution)
The movement of the earth around the sun as well as the tilt of the earth causes Spring and the rest of the seasons.
the uneven heating of the earth
The earth's tilt causes an uneven heating of the earth. The uneven heating due to the tilt causes the different seasons throughout the year.
The Earth spins on its axis, and the rotation into and away from the sunlight causes day and night.
the causes of earth crust to move is the heat from the core that it make the mantle to open to be a mountain.
Not strictly true to say that the rotation causes the shadow. Part of the Earth would be shaded from the Sun whether or not the Earth rotated.
It causes the tides. It causes the tides. It causes the tides. It causes the tides.
The rotation of the Earth on it's axis is what causes the seasons as well as night and day. The tilted nature of the axis is what causes the seasons, while during orbit around the sun the rotation of the Earth causes day and night.
Where the sun is positioned on the earth.
The spin of Earth causes day and night. The sun is visible from one hemisphere but not the other.
The movement of Earth on its own axis is called Rotation and it causes day and night.
It causes our seasons.
what causes a day? when one side of the earth is facing the sun that means it is daytime i am not sure what causes a month what causes a year? the earth takes 365 or 366 days (if a leap year)to orbit the sun so that is what causes a year
It is the shadow that causes the eclipse. The shadow of the Moon on the surface of the Earth causes a total solar eclipse in that area. The shadow of the Earth on the Moon causes a lunar eclipse.
Gravity causes them to hit the Earth.
the rotation of the earth around the sun
The Earth is tilted, and it causes seasons.
It causes the seasons.
the collision of earth plate creat the quake...............
the orbit of the earth
Rotation of the Earth causes Day & Night.
what causes rain to fall to earth
the rotation of earth causes day and night
Gravity. Things naturally travel in a straight line unless another force acts on them. The moon would travel in a straight line but is dragged down by the gravity of the earth. This constant acceleration towards the earth causes it to orbit the earth in a curve.
It causes seasons.
The rotation and revolution of the moon around the earth causes it to show phases when viewed from our planet.
The warming of the earth by the sun causes monsoon winds, it affects the area and cause the wind to be blown
The rotation of the Earth causes the sun to rise and set each day. Its the rotation of the earth that brings us sunrise and sunset.
the spinning of the earth
it is caused by the earth
The Earth is moving but the sun's gravitational pull keeps the earth in place.
Gravity and inertia.
Rotation of earth on its axis
The rotation of the earth. And our atmosphere. The rotation of the earth. And our atmosphere.
Rotation of the Earth on its axis.
the heat from the sun causes all weather on earth
Our Earth is not in a falling orbit.
The force of gravity causes the water on earth stay on it.
From the core of the Earth and plate tectonics.