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EnvSci JEOPARDY biodiversityenergy sources waste green stuff laws, acts, etc. energy conservation
Group of organisms that has the greatest number of species
Remains of organisms that lived long ago
Material that can be broken down by living things into simpler compounds
Technology that supplements a gasoline engine in automobiles with an electric motor
Designed to protect plant and animal species
Name one alternative energy source
Main cause of species extinction today
Name one component of an electric power plant
The main source of solid waste in the US (municipal waste is only 2%)
Feature in a green home that conserves energy
Gives the EPA the right to sue owners of hazardous waste sites
Name one step you can take to conserve energy
The fossil fuel most widely used in the world (and the US)
One way to manage hazardous waste
An important feature of a green landscape
Main accomplishment of this treaty was stopping the slaughter of African elephants
Energy stored in the organic matter of plants or plant products
A species that is not native to a particular region
Nuclear process that generates heat in a nuclear power plant
Component of a modern landfill
Energy-saving fuel that can be used by cars with diesel engines
Name one provision of the Endangered Species Act
Nonpolluting fuel based on the most plentiful substance on Earth
L-dopa, a medicine derived from the velvet bean, is used to treat this disease
Energy source that utilizes the heat from inside the Earth
Method of hazardous waste disposal that pumps waste deep into the ground
Name of the star of Soylent Green
Encourages wealthy countries to give money to poorer countries to protect valuable species
Country that uses alcohol / gasoline blends the most
Endangered Species Act
wind, solar, etc.
--combustion chamber --turbine --generator
natural light, insulation, etc.
walk, carpool, turn off unnecessary lights, etc.
--produce less --reuse --convert --incinerate
native plants, low maintenance, etc.
exotic / invasive / non-native species
--liner --leachate storage --methane probe
--compile list --no catching or killing --no projects --prepare plan savanna
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ENERGY WHAT IS NEEDED TO DO WORK OR CAUSE CHANGE..
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Chapter Seventeen: Magnetism 17.1 Properties of Magnets 17.2 Electromagnets 17.3 Electric Motors and Generators 17.4 Generating Electricity.
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UNIT FIVE: Electricity and Magnetism Chapter 16 Electricity Chapter 17 Magnetism.
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Power Plants Generating Electricity. The Non Renewable Fuel Sources Fossil Fuels – Coal – Petroleum (Oil) – Natural Gas Uranium (Nuclear Power)
Renewable EnergySection 2 Section 2: Developing Energy Technologies Preview Classroom Catalyst Objectives Alternative Energy Tidal Power Ocean Thermal.
Natural Resources. Natural resource Natural resources provide materials and energy. A natural resource is any energy sources, organism, or substance found.
What is fuel? A fuel is a substance that provides a form of energy Energy can be in the form of heat, light, electricity, or motion. When fuel is burned.
Sources of Energy TEKS 5.7.C Energy Sources. Engage Which of the following slides show a source of energy for our homes, cars, etc. ? As we scroll through.
To achieve a future where energy use is sustainable, we must make the most of the energy sources we already have and develop new sources of energy.
ENERGY. Where Does the Energy Go? Friction is a force that oppose motion between two surfaces that are touching. For a roller coaster car to move, energy.
Energy Sources. Fossil Fuels Coal, Oil and Gas are called "fossil fuels" because they are the fossilized remains of prehistoric plants and animals. Coal,
Renewable EnergySection 2 Section 2: Alternative Energy and Conservation Preview Bellringer Objectives Alternative Energy Tidal Power Ocean Thermal Energy.
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