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Petroleum when it is still in the ground.
What is crude oil?
The largest oil field in the US.
What is Prudhoe Bay?
Where crude oil is sent.
What is a refinery?
A chemical produced from oil
What is petrochemicals?
How fossil fuels get made.
What is by plants and animals buried rapidly?
The main ingredient in natural gas.
What is propane?
A product made by natural gas.
What are paints, fertilizer, plastics, antifreeze, dyes, photographic film, medicines, and explosives?
The fuel natural gas makes that is used in BBQ’s.
What is propane?
Percentage of homes in the US that use natural gas to heat their homes.
What is 50%?
The cleanest form of coal.
What is anthracite?
The most common type of coal.
What is bituminous?
The type of mining that occurs at depths below 100 feet.
What is underground mining?
A type of coal that must dry out before using it.
What is lignite?
Type of mining that occurs at depths of 100 feet and above.
What is surface mining?
The element used to create nuclear energy.
What is uranium?
The type of uranium preferred by nuclear plants.
What is U 235?
When creating nuclear energy, the _______ of uranium is split.
What is an atom?
A benefit of nuclear energy.
What is it does not pollute?
A disadvantage of nuclear energy.
What is radioactive waste?
Energy that can be replaced easily by natural means.
What is renewable energy?
Using the sun’s energy for power
What is solar energy?
Solar energy is converted to _____________ energy.
What is thermal energy?
Type of solar energy that occurs when your car heats up on a hot day.
What is passive heating?
Type of solar energy that occurs when a collector is used to absorb and collect solar radiation.
What is active heating?
True or False: Solar energy is efficient.
What is false?
The famous dam built on the Colorado River in 1936.
What is Hoover Dam?
Where hydropower was first used.
What is the Wolverine Chair Factory?
This is used to accumulate water for hydroelectric power.
What is a reservoir?
Clusters of wind machines used to produce electricity.
What is wind farm?
This is used to collect the wind’s energy.
What is wind mill or wind machine?
Describe how the rock cycle works.
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