What makes up the geographic shell of the earth?

Geographic envelope is a concept that scientists use to describe the totality of several separate layers of the planet. Includes the following components:

1. Hydrosphere, which unites all seas, oceans and smaller water basins of the planet;
2. The earth’s crust, which is the solid part of the planet;
3. The two lower layers of the atmosphere (troposphere and stratosphere), up to the height of the middle part of the stratosphere (25 km);
4. Biosphere, where all living things are united;
5. Noosphere, or the sphere where man and nature influence each other.

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