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Jeopardy Human activity Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200Conserving soil Pollution & fossil fuels conservation Natural resources & alternative energy sources Human activity Conserving soil pollution conservation Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from conserving soilWhat is erosion?
$100 Answer from human activityThe natural movement of sediments from one place to another
$200 Question from human activityWhat human activities causes erosion?
$200 Answer from human activityLogging, mining, farming and construction
$300 Question from human activityWhat is logging? And what does it do to the soil?
$300 Answer from Human activityWhen people cut down tress In an area Tree roots die Decay Nothing to anchor soil Rain washes soil away
$400 Question from Human activityWhat is mining?
$400 Answer from Human activitymining strip- remove surface Open pit- cut large pits Remove plant roots that anchor soil
$500 Question from Human activityWhat is construction?
$500 Answer from Human activityThe clearing of land and removing root that anchor soil
$100 Question from conserving soilWhat is soil conservation?
$100 Answer from conserving soilVarious methods humans use to take care of the soil
$200 Question from conserving soilWhat are methods that prevent soil erosion?
$200 Answer from conserving soilCover crop, crop rotation contour plowing, terracing and wind break
$300 Question from conserving soilWhat is cover crop?
$300 Answer from conserving soilA crop that is planted in between harvest to reduce erosion and replace nutrients for example: soybean and clover
$400 Question from conserving soilWhat is crop rotation?
$400 Answer from conserving soilChange crops from year to year so that nutrients don’t get depleted
$500 Question from conserving soilWhat is terracing?
$500 Answer from conserving soilOne steep field is changed into a series of smaller fields
$100 Question from pollution and fossil fuelsWhat is pollution?
$100 Answer from pollution and fossil fuelsA change in the environment that’s harmful to human and or living things?
$200 Question from pollution and fossil fuelsWhat are fossil fuels?
$200 Answer from pollution and fossil fuelsNonrenewable resources that form in earth’s crust over millions of years from the buried remains of once living organisms
$300 Question from pollution and fossil fuelsWhat are pollutants?
$300 Answer from pollution and fossil fuelsHarmful substances in the air, water, or soil
$400 Question from pollution and fossil fuelsWhat are emissions?
$400 Answer from pollution and fossil fuelsTiny particles and gases released in the air
$500 Question from pollution and fossil fuelsWhat are the problems with fossil fuels?
$500 Answer from pollution and fossil fuelsBurning of oil and coal- air pollution (smog and acid precipitation ) Petroleum- water pollution
$100 Question from conservationWhat is the ozone?
$100 Answer from conservationLayers that protect life on earth from solar radiation
$200 Question from conservationWhat is water conservation?
$200 Answer from conservationWhen you save water by: Turn off water when rushing your teeth Only wash full loads in dishwasher Prevent factories from dumping chemicals
$300 Question from conservationWhere do CFCs come from?
$300 Answer from conservationCFCs come from aerosol cans, cool of ac systems, and refrigerator systems
$400 Question from conservationWhat is air conservation?
$400 Answer from conservationWhen you save clean air by: Getting filters on smoke stacks Get devices on car exhaust
$500 Question from conservationHow does the ozone get holes in it?
$500 Answer from conservationThe holes in the ozone come from CFCs
$100 Question from natural resources and alternative energy resourcesWhat is a natural resource?
$100 Answer from natural resources and alternative enrgy sourcesAny natural substance, organisms, or energy form that living things use
$200 Question from natural resources and alternative enrgy sourcesWhat are alternative energy sources?
$200 Answer from natural resources and alternative energy sourcesWind, geothermal, water, biomass, tidal, nuclear, and solar
$300 Question from natural resources and alternative energy sourcesWhat are renewable resources?
$300 Answer from natural resources and alternative energy sourcesA natural substance that can be replaced over a short period of time
$400 Question from natural resources and alternative energy sourcesWhat are nonrenewable resources?
$400 Answer from natural resources and alternative energy sourcesAny natural substance that can’t be replaced in a short period of time
$500 Question from natural resources and alternative energy sourcesHow do we conserve our natural resources?
$500 Answer from natural resources and alternative energy sourcesWe conserve our natural resources by: Reduce Reuse recycle
Final Jeopardy What is the main way to prevent erosion?
Final Jeopardy Answer Roots of plants anchor the soil
Human Activity Do Now: A forest can be considered a natural resource.
1. What do plant roots prevent? (human impact) 2. What is planting trees around a field to prevent wind erosion? (soil conservation) 3. What are various.
DO NOW 1. What type of pollution is caused by fertilizers? 2. What is it called when rows in a field are plowed in curves instead of straight lines? 3.
Renewable and Non-Renewable Resources
1. _____nonrenewable resources that form in Earth’s crust over millions of years from the buried remains of once living organisms. Ex coal (natural resources)
1. What do plant roots prevent? (human impact) 2. What are various methods humans use to take care of the soil ?(soil conservation) ? 3. _______________-a.
Fossils 2 types of fossils 2 types of fossils 1. body fossils: actual remains of living things (bones). 2. trace fossils: impression left by once living.
1 What is the cutting down all trees in an area? 2. What is cutting a pit in the surface? 3. _______Conservation-various methods humans use to take care.
1 What is the cutting down all trees in an area? 2. What is cutting a pit in the surface? 3. What is the stripping the surface of the land? 4. What is.
1.________type of pollution caused by warm water (water pollution) 2.________name one cause of water pollution (water pollution) 3.________change crop.
CONSERVING RESOURCES Renewable Resource: any natural resource that is recycled or replaced constantly by nature Non-renewable Resource: natural resources.
George Johnson and Jaden Nichols Chapter 5: Energy Resources.
Leaching: Downward movement of minerals and nutrients in the soil Lots of Rain Lots of Leaching Bad soil for farming Moderate Rain Moderate Leaching.
Conserving Resources 8 th Grade Science Book Chapter 14.
CHAPTERS 5.1, 10.4, 11.4 & 15.4 NATURAL RESOURCES & CONSERVATION.
Biomes and Conservation
Changes in Ecosystems. There are several things that may cause changes to the ecosystem. One event is drought which is a long period without rain or precipitation.
Do you know your Ecology terms??. Method for reducing soil erosion; plant stalks are left in the field after harvesting and next years crops are planted.
Human impact on the Environment What we know! 1. Rising seas.
Natural Resources. Natural resource Natural resources provide materials and energy. A natural resource is any energy sources, organism, or substance found.
RAP: 1.Any naturally preserved evidence of life ___________. 2. _________ cause erosion by logging, mining, farming, and construction. (humans or animals)
How do People Use Soil and Water Resources? Chapter 2, Lesson 2.
Ecology of Populations. What is Ecology? “Ecology” the study of the interactions of organisms w/ its environment.
Energy Resources. What are Fossil Fuels? Fossil Fuels are energy rich substances formed from the remains of once living organisms. The 3 main fossil fuels.
Human Activities affect Soil Soil is a resource that you can’t live without. Whether its supplying you with food, oxygen, or clean water. It sustains life!
Human Impact Land Resources Forest Resources Ocean Resources
Complete the KWL that should have been started yesterday. Read around the text (pages ) and have 5 things listed for things you “Want to Know” and.
Unit 7 – Resources and the Environment (Chp. 25, 26, & 27)
NATURAL RESOURCES. What are our two sources of fresh, drinkable water? RESERVOIRS (which are lakes that hold fresh water, like Hemlock and Canadice Lakes)
Science 8 th grade Environmental Science Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
How do you think you could make a difference in conserving energy?
By: Thomas and Keith. Renewable-A resource that can be renewed over a period of time. Non Renewable- A resource that cant be renewed or takes billions.
Ch. 5 Energy Resources. Section 1 Natural Resources.
Created by Kathleen Porter
Human Impact and Conservation. Hey Mom!! That’s me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Human Impact on the environment. 2 RESOURCES RESOURCE- something used to take care of a need TYPES: 1. Non Renewable- can’t be replenished; available.
Non-renewable & Renewable Resources.
DO NOW 1.____ A change in the environment (air pollution) 2. ______event that occurred when farmers removed all of the grasses in the Great Plains, a drought.
Natural Resources. Soil and Forest Key Words: – Humus- broken down plant and animal matter in soil – Leaching-downward movement of minerals and humus.
Click on the 50:50 button to take away two possible choices. Remember, in the game you may only use the 50:50 button ONCE!
Weathering, Erosion, Deposition, and Soil
Chapter 18 Human Impact on the Earth. Water Water Air Air Soil Soil.
Human Impact. How do humans affect the Earth? Human activity can have a positive or a negative impact on the surface of our Earth. We deplete resources.
Unit 3 Lesson 3: Nonrenewable Resources Lesson 4: Renewable Resources
Natural Resources How are resources used? What are the effects of using natural resources?
Human Impacts on the Environment
Energy Looking Back, Looking Ahead Types of Energy Kinetic Potential Forms of Energy Thermal Chemical Electrical Sound Light Nuclear Sources of Energy:
On a Separate sheet of notebook paper (not in composition notebook) turn your paper on its side and set up your paper as pictured below. K W L Once your.
NATURAL RESOURCES & CONSERVATION. E.Q. – How can water, soil & air be recycled? Standard S6Ej. Describe methods for conserving natural resources such.
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