|a measure of kinetic energy.
|The increase in volume that results from an increase in temperature.
|the energy that is transferred between objects that are at different temperatures.
|the transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves. Energy is transferred by not in direct contact with each other.
|the transfer of energy due to the movement of matter.
|the transfer of energy from one object to another object through direct contact.
| all of the matter, energy and processes within Earth’s boundary.
|the mostly solid, rocky part of Earth.
| the thin, solid outermost layer of the geosphere.
|the hot layer of melted rock below the crust that gently moves.
|the dense center layer of the Earth.
|all of the liquid water on Earth.
|all of the frozen water on Earth.
|mixture of mostly invisible gases that surrounds Earth.
|all of the living organisms and the areas of the Earth where living organisms are found.