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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.
THE MOUSE Left Click THE MOUSE Right Click.
Exploring their Watershed Lesson 6-Classroom Aquifer Model PP1.
Becoming an H 2 O Hero Lesson 3 PP1 & PP2. Trinity Aquifer Edwards Aquifer Carrizo Aquifer Click mouse to animate.
Science A Physics – P1 Science A Physics – P1 Topic 1: Electricity Generation – 2b Topic 1: Electricity Generation – 2b.
Lesson 9: Discovering electricity. What happened?
What is soil?.
The Urban Water Cycle. 1. WATER COLLECTION (CAPTACIÓN). Water comes from the Earth’s surface like from rivers and lakes. We can also collect water from.
What are types of nonrenewable energies?. Nonrenewable Energy Main Types of Nonrenewable Energy 1. Coal 2. Crude Oil 3. Natural Gas 4. Nuclear Energy.
Mainly found in the west. Near volcanoes, hot springs and geysers. Geothermal Locations.
VI. Tidal Power. A. Definition 1. Can use rising and falling tides to create electricity 2. Build dams across narrow inlets a. As tide comes in, spins.
Section 5. The purpose We they are going to read about changing magnetic energy to electrical energy and learn how magnetism is changed to electricity.
Access Prior Knowledge Lesson 1: What are nonrenewable resources? Opening Activity Open Science textbook to page 302. Open Science folder to review vocabulary.
THE HEALTH OF A WATER SYSTEM There are 6 indicators of the health of a water system: Dissolved oxygen (DO) Temperature Nitrates pHTurbidity Biological.
WATER Chapter 5, pages Relationships of Land and Water The Earth may be 70% water, but water interacts with land A LOT! Precipitation falls on.
Maps Displaying Spatial Data. Why do we need maps? To locate places on the surface of the earth.
Energy Resources!. Nonrenewable Resources A resource that forms at a rate that is much slower than the rate at which it is used Fossil Fuels – Formed.
Geothermal power By Kevin Brady Jack Dillon Aoifin McCauley Pól McKinney Mark O’Neill.
Photovoltaic Panels to generate electricity Six “banks” total 6.6kW = home requirement.
6 < > 99 8 = 8 Click mouse for next screen. Lesson 2.
Renewable Forms of Energy (Also called Alternative Energy or Sustainable Energy)
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