E.1.1: Earth-based and space-based astronomy reveal the structure, scale and changes in stars, galaxies and the universe over time.
E.1.1.4: The sun is a typical star and is powered by nuclear reactions, primarily the fusion of hydrogen to form helium.
E.2.1: Plate tectonics operating over geologic time has changed the patterns of land, sea and mountains on Earth's surface.
E.2.1.1: Features of the ocean floor, as well as the shape and rock composition of the major plates, provide evidence of plate tectonics.
E.3.1: Energy enters the Earth system primarily as solar radiation and eventually escapes as heat.
E.3.1.2: Some of the solar radiation is reflected back into the atmosphere and some is absorbed by matter and photosynthetic processes.
E.3.1.4: The greenhouse effect may cause climatic changes.
E.3.3: Climate is the long-term average of a region's weather and depends on many factors.
E.3.3.2: Latitude, elevation, topography, proximity to large bodies of water, and cold or warm ocean currents affect the climate.
E.4.1: Each element on Earth moves among reservoirs which exist in the solid earth, in oceans, in the atmosphere, and within and among organisms as part of biogeochemical cycles.
E.4.1.2: Carbon cycles through the reservoirs of the atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018