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A measurement of how hot or cold something is Temperature
The process of changing directly from a solid into a gas without first becoming a liquid Sublimation
The Temperature at which a solid melts to become a liquid Melting point
The Temperature at which a liquid changes into a solid Freezing point
The Temperature at which a liquid becomes a gas Boiling point
The changing of a liquid into a gas as heat is applied to it Vaporization
The force exerted by a gas Pressure
A change in size, shape, or state that does not form a new substance Physical change
Out of this world; above and beyond what is found on planet earth Extraterrestrial (adj)
A hollow stone found on the earth that is lined on the inside with crystals Geode (n)
A person who studies the regions of the earth, including the climates and natural resources Geographer (n)
The science of the earth that deals with the regions or places on the planet’s surface Geography (n)
The study of the earth, specifically rocks and the planet’s crust Geology (n)
Almost or completely surrounded by land Mediterranean (adj)
Under the surface of the earth; underground Subterranean (adj)
Baked earth; hard, brownish-red pottery Terra cotta (n)
A raised, flat mound of earth (dirt) that looks like a platform with sloping sides Terrace (n)
An area, region, or piece of land Territory (n)
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