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Matter and Energy

Topic One, Lesson 1: Matter and Energy in Earth's System

TermDefinition
atmosphere the relatively thin layer of gases that form Earth's outermost layer.
geosphere the densest parts of Earth that include the crust, mantle, and core.
hydrosphere the portion of Earth that consists of water in any of its forms, including oceans, glaciers, rivers, lakes, groundwater, and water vapor.
cryosphere the portion of the hydrosphere that is frozen, including all the ice and snow on land, plus sea and lake ice.
biosphere the parts of Earth that contain living organisms.
energy the ability to do work or cause change.
system a group of parts that work together as a whole.
feedback information that results in a change in a system.
Created by: ScienceWTRMS