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TA06B – Teach About Earth s Nonrenewable Resources Use with BrishLab ES06B Done By XXX Period XX
1- How can cooking food use energy? Page X Para X Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader Image Link Image Link
2- What are the two energy groupings? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
3- List three fossil fuel sources. Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
4- Why are nonrenewable resources sometimes called one time use? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
5- What are hydrocarbons and give three examples. Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
6- How does coal form? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
7- How is oil made? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
8- Where is natural gas found? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
9- Where does uranium come from? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
10- How long does radioactive waste remain dangerous? Page X Para X Image Link Image Link Write_Answer_Here_for_4 th _Grader
Wrap it up: - Show a conservation bumper sticker. Image Link Image Link
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Nonrenewable Resources. Formation of Fossil Fuels 2:26 As you watch, look for answers to these questions: 1.How do fossil fuels form? 2.Why are they nonrenewable?
ES06A – Teach About Earth ’ s Renewable Resources Use with BrishLab ES06A.
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Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy. There are two types of energy sources: Renewable and Non-renewable.
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Earth’s Energy Endowment. Earth’s Energy Flows Solar flow Tidal flow Geothermal flow Also Energy is stored in Fossil fuels Nuclear fuels.
Renewable and Nonrenewable Energy. FUEL: a material that provides useful energy RESOURCE: any material that can be used to satisfy a need NONRENEWABLE.
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES. HMMMM.... What do you think nonrenewable resources are? Break it down... Nonrenewable? Resource?
3SW – Quiz#1 Vocabulary – Energy Resources. 1. Non- Renewable An energy resource that takes __________________ of years to form from the remains of plants.
Renewable and Non-renewable Resources. Renewable Resources Solar Geothermal Wind Biomass Hydroelectric.
Energy Resources: The Class of 2016 Name Period Date.
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OBTAINING RESOURCES. WHAT IS ENERGY? ENERGY is the ability to do work.
1. ________type of pollution caused by warm water (water pollution) 2.________name one cause of water pollution (water pollution) 3. Any natural substance,
Coal NonRenewable Advantages: Produces a lot of energy, easy to find and obtain. Disadvantages: Burning coal produces air pollution.
Not renewing power sources. The non-renewable energy source is a natural resource that has no mechanism for regeneration or if there is, the human scale.
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES Section 12. What do you think nonrenewable resources are? Break it down... Nonrenewable? Resource?
Power stations Power Power generation Energy density 14May Physics8.1, 8.2, 8.3 Power generationTsokos 7.1.
QOTD What do you think nonrenewable resources are? Break it down... Nonrenewable? Resource?
Nonrenewable Resources Resources that cannot be replaced in our lifetime and will eventually run out.
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Energy and Electricity Webquest. Use the links provided on each page to answer the questions. Write your answers in complete sentences on a separate sheet.
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Alternative Energy. What is energy? A.Energy is the ability to cause change. B.Energy from motion is kinetic energy. 1.Kinetic energy increases as an.
How do you think you could make a difference in conserving energy?
Energy lights our life, powers our vehicles, and runs water in river, cooks our food. It warms and cools our homes, plays our music, and gives us.
The earth is full of natural things we can use. Many natural products are a source of wealth and affect the way we live. Stone, oil, wood, water, air,
TA12A –Teach About Heating Earth’s Air Use with BrishLab ES12A Done By: Coach – Period All This material is CC by StarMaterials.com.
4-1. *materials in the natural environment that people value and use to satisfy their needs A. Renewable resources – constantly being regenerated.
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