E.SES1.c: Describe how the decay of radioactive isotopes is used to determine the age of rocks, Earth, and solar system.
E.SES1.e: Identify the transformations and major reservoirs that make up the rock cycle, hydrologic cycle, carbon cycle, and other important geochemical cycles.
E.SES2.a: Distinguish among types of plate tectonic settings produced by plates diverging, converging, and sliding past each other.
E.SES2.b: Relate modern and ancient geologic features to each kind of plate tectonic setting.
E.SES5.c: Relate weather patterns to interactions among ocean currents, air masses, and topography.
E.SES5.f: Relate changes in global climate to variation in Earth/Sun relationships and to natural and anthropogenic modification of atmospheric composition.
E.SES6.c: Explain how geological and ecological processes interact through time to cycle matter and energy, and how human activity alters the rates of these processes (e.g., fossil fuel formation and combustion).
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018