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Earth Explorations Lesson 3-What Am I? PP1
Earth Explorations Lesson 3-What Am I? PP2
Earth Explorations Lesson 7-Water Delivery PP3
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1. Electricity turns on the water well and pump.
2. Water from a deep aquifer is pumped up to the Earth’s surface.
3. The water travels by pipes to a water tank.
4. From the tank, the water travels through other pipes and under our streets all across the city until it gets to your home.
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6 < > 99 8 = 8 Click mouse for next screen. Lesson 2.
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Earth’s Land and Water Forms
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Click Here to Start. READ each question, and choose an answer. If you choose the WRONG answer go back and try again, until you get it right! CLICK on.
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Alternative energy 5 th grade Science. Hydroelectricity Uses moving water to turn the turbines of a generator to create electricity Hydro- water Electricity-
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Natural Resources Lesson 5.3. What are natural resources? Almost everything people use comes directly or indirectly from natural resources. People need.
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Geothermal Heat comes from under the ground and it’s used to turn the generator turbines and makes some sort of electricity.
Geothermal Energy Gio Mazzone. Source The heat used in geothermal energy is constantly stored deep below the earth’s surface, where temperatures can reach.
Earth: The Water Planet What percent of the water on Earth is good enough to drink?
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What is it? Geothermal energy is a form of renewable energy that is not dependant on the Sun, but on heat that comes from deep below the surface of the.
Thermal Energy Applications PS7d) understand applications of thermal energy transfer.
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Connections are loose for draining pump Water in From street Water out to house This is the setup for public water Pressure and the pump system turned.
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