Convection-the final way heat is transferred from one place to another is convection convection takes place when heated molecules moves from one place to another taking the heat with them convection is common in both the atmosphere as well as in the oceans.
Radiation-all objects radiate energy and heat, even your own bod. However, the radiation coming from hotter objects is more intense than that coming from cooler objects radiation leaves an object in the form of waves the hotter an object the shorter the wavelength of radiation.
Conduction-Heat can also be transferred from one object to another or from one molecule to another through the process of conduction. As one molecule is heated it begins to move and shake rapidly, As it does so it passes some of its heat energy to other molecules around it through the process all the molecules of an object pass heat from one to another until they are all hot.