Ppt on conservation of mineral resources

Earth’s Resources Chapter 4. Energy and Mineral Resources Section 1.

paper Minerals are used for coins Damage to Land Resources Mines are essential because they produce many resources that are necessities However, it can destroy vegetation, pollute soil and water, and destroy ecosystems Agriculture, tree removal, and garbage dumps all impact and can harm the land Coal mining sludge Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest Protecting Resources Section 4 Conservation Each year, we produce billions of pounds of/


Ch. 1 Lesson 4 Natural Resources. Natural Resource Natural resource is something in nature that is valuable to people and is used to make food, energy,

be made again by nature or people in a practical amount of time. Renewable resource can be made again by nature or people in a practical amount of time. Examples: Examples: –Water, soil, trees… How can they be made again? How can they be made again? –Conservation –Find other resources –Recycling Nonrenewable Resource A nonrenewable resource is one that takes too long to replace or cannot be/


Fossil Fuels and Energy Conservation Chapter 19. We use a variety of energy sources We use these energy sources in our homes, our machinery, to fuel our.

Separation of ore from gangue Scattered in environment Recycling Discarding of product Conversion to product Melting metal Smelting Fig. 14.8, p. 327 Life Cycle of Mineral Resource Coal /conservation Energy conservation = the practice of reducing energy use to: –Extend the life of our nonrenewable energy supplies –Be less wasteful –Reduce environmental impact Energy conservation has followed need Conservation usually only occurs in time of need –OPEC embargo of 1973 drastically increased conservation/


Leaching: Downward movement of minerals and nutrients in the soil Lots of Rain Lots of Leaching Bad soil for farming Moderate Rain Moderate Leaching.

Leaching: Downward movement of minerals and nutrients in the soil Lots of Rain Lots of Leaching Bad soil for farming Moderate Rain Moderate Leaching Good crop soil Irrigation: Artificially supplying water to land Soil Definitions: Yes Is Soil a Renewable Resource? Problem: Erosion from farming Conserving Soil: Solution: Plow less Contour Plowing: plowing across a hill, rather than up and down it Problem: Soil Exhaustion: almost all/


Throughout history, various models of the solar system have Been accepted. The table below describes two different models of the solar system. Throughout.

helped conserve several types of natural resources. Part A Explain how hybrid cars contribute to the conservation of natural resources. Part B Explain the effect of using hybrid/of rock, and mineral composition. Part A Describe the outermost layer of Earth. Part B Describe the two inner layers of Earth. Part C Provide an example of a rock or mineral for each layer of Earth. Part D Explain why specific types of rocks and minerals are located in each layer of Earth. Do you say rocks and minerals, or minerals/


BUMSTEAD PIT Part Lot 27, Concession 7 Geographic Township of Holland Township of Chatsworth County of Grey Applications to Amend the County of Grey Official.

potential unless significant archaeological resources have been conserved. SURFACE AND GROUNDWATER RESOURCES The protection of groundwater and surface water resources, both on and off the site, has been considered thoroughly during preparation of this application. Appropriate protective measures have been placed on the license to ensure the quantity and quality of this provincial resource will not be impacted by development of the on- site mineral resource. 2014 PPS 2.2 Water/


M YANMAR I NVESTMENT S EMINAR FOR E NERGY, P OWER & M INERAL R ESOURCES S ECTOR Mining Law Update, Current Situations and Outlook of Mining Sector in Myanmar.

6  To offer a balanced approach to development of mineral sector and the environmental conservation.  To minimize the environmental damages and improved livelihood of the local who live near by mining area.  To minimize the mineral losses and be effective production by advanced technologies for mineral resources of state. 7 Sr.CompanyRegistered Country Type of MineralArea ( Acre)Type of Permit 1.Conerstone Resource (Myanmar) Ltd AustraliaZinc Ore1976.8Large Scale Mining Permit/


Meeting Colorado’s Future Water Needs: CWCB’s Role The Colorado Water Conservation Board.

is to be perpetual and held in trust as a replacement for depleted natural resources and for the development and conservation of the state’s water resources. 39-29-109 CRS. DOLA (Energy Impact Fund) grants and loans to local governments Tier 1 Operational Account Programs & projects related to energy, minerals, geology & water Perpetual Base Account CWCB Water Project Loans 25% CWCB 50% DOLA 40/


OBJECTIVES AND PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE REGULATORY WORKPACKAGE By Tamás Hámor and Marco dAlessandro pecomines.

, 96/350/EC) ON WASTE declares conservation of natural resources defines waste: any substance or object in the categories set out in Annex I which the holder discards or intends or is required to discard excludes from scope: radioactive waste waste resulting from prospecting, extraction, treatment and storage of mineral resources and the working of quarries waste waters, with the exception of waste in liquid form gaseous effluents/


Welcome to Environmental systems! 08/26/2013

/2013 Agenda TEST TODAY! Questions? Topics Covered Energy Transfer Carbon sinks, carbon sources Food Pyramids Laws of Thermodynamics Law of Conservation of Matter The importance of microbes and decomposers When you are finished, please check your microbes and record your observations in your journals. 11/13/2013 WARM UP Mineral resources Are always artificial. Have no useful purpose in society. Are used as raw materials for manufacturing/


Chapter 13: Natural Resources

nonrenewable resources 13.3 Resources can be conserved and recycled 13.4 Resources can be converted to useful forms Warm-up True/False Minerals can form when molten rock cools. True Minerals form within Earth but not on Earth’s surface. Minerals form both within Earth and on its surface. Ores are the rarest and most expensive of the known minerals. Ores are rocks that contain enough of a mineral to/


Providing Engineering Solutions to the Mining, Minerals Processing, Landfill, Agricultural and Power Generation Industries.

from Heap Leach Pads at the End of Heap Leach Operations ASW Patented Technology to Recover Dissolved Metals from Heap Leach Pads at the End of Heap Leach Operations Based on our Expertise / (Industrial) Kennametal (Industrial) Partial Client List Agricultural Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Power Generation Sierra Pacific Power Company Sierra Pacific Power Company Ormat Ormat Minerals Processing BHP- Cerro Matoso BHP- Cerro Matoso Add others Add/


Lessons from Think Big NZAIA Conference 2012 Geoff Bertram Institute for Governance and Policy Studies Victoria University of Wellington 11 November 2012.

by the Government in its [2010] discussion paper, is so much higher than any credible economic valuation of New Zealand‘s mineral resource endowment, and greatly overstates the benefits to be secured from extraction of the total mineral resource.” Bertram, Lessons of Think Big8 Geoff Bertram, Mining Economics and the Conservation Estate, report for Forest and Bird by Simon Terry Associates Ltd, September 2010 http://www.geoffbertram.com/


Regulation of Oil and Gas in Alberta, Canada Presentation to the Latin America and Caribbean Oil and Gas Seminar Jim Dilay, Board Member, Energy Resources.

in law or jurisdiction Effective and efficient −Appropriate regulation of risks to prevent harms −Efficient for Government, industry and public Structure of Alberta Regulation Regulatory Structure: Primary Regulatory Interfaces ALBERTA ENERGY Energy policy Mineral rights Royalty Pre-drilling exploration PUBLIC Notice of applications Information Directly affected Public hearings ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD Facilities/scheme approvals Information collection and dissemination Compliance/inspections/


Dirt is simply misplaced soil!

: the downward movement of water through soil. Leaching: dissolving of minerals and organic matter in upper layers carrying them to lower layers. The soil type determines the degree of infiltration and leaching. SOIL/Conservation Act of 1935 established the Soil Conservation Service.  This agency deals with soil erosion problems and was enacted following the Dust Bowl. Soil & Water Resources Conservation Act of 1977 This Act provides for a continuing appraisal of U.S. soil, water and related resources/


Welcome to Environmental systems! 08/26/2013

/2013 Agenda TEST TODAY! Questions? Topics Covered Energy Transfer Carbon sinks, carbon sources Food Pyramids Laws of Thermodynamics Law of Conservation of Matter The importance of microbes and decomposers When you are finished, please check your microbes and record your observations in your journals. 11/13/2013 WARM UP Mineral resources Are always artificial. Have no useful purpose in society. Are used as raw materials for manufacturing/


Energy and Mineral Resources for People’s Welfare Jakarta, September 16 th 2013 MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA DIRECTORATE.

; Phone/Fax : +6221-31924540 e-mail: bahan_ebtke@yahoo.com MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF NEW RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY CONSERVATION Energy and Mineral Resources for People’s Welfare NORENEWABLE ENERGYSTRATEGIC ISSUE 1 GEOTHERMAL- 6 STRATEGIC ISSUES 1.Acceleration of geothermal development; 2.Revision of Laws No. 27 Year 2003 on Geothermal; 3.The second revision of Government Regulation No. 59/2007 jo. Government Regulation 70/2010/


Chapter 2 The origins of the sustainability problem

of natural resources Stock resources Flow resources Solar radiation, wave and wind power Renewable resources Nonrenewable resources Energy resources Mineral resources Productive resource services Natural resources used in production are of several types. One characteristic: does the resource/ The materials balance principle ‘The materials balance principle’ : also known as the law of conservation of mass; matter can neither be created nor destroyed. Economic activity essentially involves transforming matter /


Unit 3 Economic Activity Broken up in three sections

occur. They understand, for example, that metallic minerals are found in the igneous rocks of the Canadian Shield, while fossil fuel minerals, such as coal, oil, and natural gas, are found in the sedimentary rocks of western and Atlantic Canada. Mining Towns The distribution of minerals across Canada has given rise to a number of single-industry resource towns such as Logan Lake, British Columbia. These towns are/


Progressivism and the Republican Roosevelt Duh Man.

Muir, a naturalist and writer, persuaded Roosevelt to set aside 148 million acres of forest reserves and other land for waterpower sites and mineral and water resources. Roosevelt appointed Gifford Pinchot as head of the U.S. Forest Service. They believed in the conservation of land, meaning some land should be preserved as wilderness while other areas would be developed for the common good. Roosevelt signed/


Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1Earth’s Resources Lesson 2Lesson 2Pollution Lesson 3Lesson 3Protecting Earth Chapter Wrap-Up.

Making a Difference (cont.) recycle from Latin re–, means “again”; and Greek kyklos, means “circle” Lesson 3-3 Making a Difference (cont.) How can you conserve resources? Lesson 3 - VS Scientists use a variety of techniques to monitor the use of natural resources, including satellites, aircraft, high-altitude balloons, and ground-based monitoring stations. Lesson 3 - VS New technologies such as HEVs and alternative fuels/


Mineral Resources and Resource Management Resources: raw materials taken from the environment and used by society.

efficiency) Reuse Recycle Population x Consumption x Technologic = Environmental per person impact per unit impact of (Affluence) of consumption population PxA x T = I 34 Metal/Mineral Resource Conservation 1. Increase supply recycle old materials -- saves on resources and in some cases, saves energy 35 Energy for production 36 Metal/Mineral Resource Conservation 1. Increase supply recycle old materials 2. Decrease demand reuse goods increase prices to reflect environmental/


APES Practice Exam 1.

also known as topsoil. The A horizon is mainly comprised of mineral material. It is generally darker than the lower horizons because it contains large amounts of decomposed organic matter. A country that is growing slowly A /the correct answer, based on the principles of an environmentally sustainable economy. This type of economy is defined as a low-waste society that uses conservation, recycling, and reduction to keep its use of nonrenewable resources at sustainable levels. A sustainable society means/


Republic of the Union of Myanmar Current Status of Mining Sector

To offer a balanced approach to development of mineral sector and the environmental conservation. To minimize the environmental damages and improved livelihood of the local who live near by mining area. To minimize the mineral losses and be effective production by advanced technologies for mineral resources of state. Permits Issued to Foreign Investors Sr. Company Registered Country Type of Mineral Type of Permit 1. Conerstone Resource (Myanmar) Ltd Australia Zinc Ore Large/


Chapter 12 Environmental Geology, Processes, Minerals & Soils.

continuously change rocks over time –Recycles materials over millions of years –Slowest of all Earth’s cycling processes –Concentrates the Earth’s non-renewable resources Mineral Resources Non-renewable resourcesmineral resources that take millions to billions of years to occur Ore is mineral resources mined for profit –Metallic mineral – ex. iron & copper –Nonmetallic mineral – ex. salt & clay –Energy resources – ex. coal & oil USGS Mineral Catagories The USGS has 4 classifications for non-renewable/


1. Outlined in Article II of the Constitution 2. Includes the President, the Vice President, White House staff, Cabinet departments and the federal bureaucracy.

Region) Assistant Secretary Indian Affairs Bureau of Indian Affairs Branch of Acknowledgment and Research Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs Office of Indian Education Programs Office of Tribal Services Office of Trust Responsibilities Division of Energy and Mineral Resources Division of Forestry Geographic Data Service Center Office of American Indian Trust Office of Self-Governance Assistant Secretary Land and Minerals Management Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Bureau/


MINERAL BASED INDUSTRIES

Income Providing Employment Opportunities Earning Foreign Exchange Improving Standard of Living Conservation of Mineral Wealth Importance to India Agriculture cannot support rising population People must take up other occupations Industrialization need of the hour Minerals basis for industrialization Conservation of Mineral Wealth Efficiency in mining technology Government’s control over mineral resources Re Use / Recycling of minerals MINERAL DEPOSITS - ORISSA PLACE REMARKS IRON ORE Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar/


APES Practice Exam 1. Atmosphere Layers APES Practice Exam Questions 1-5 refer to the structure of the atmosphere. (A) Troposphere (B) Stratosphere (C)

also known as topsoil. The A horizon is mainly comprised of mineral material. It is generally darker than the lower horizons because it contains large amounts of decomposed organic matter. Age Structure Pyramid Questions 11-15 refer the/ correct answer, based on the principles of an environmentally sustainable economy. This type of economy is defined as a low-waste society that uses conservation, recycling, and reduction to keep its use of nonrenewable resources at sustainable levels. A sustainable society /


Soil Characteristics, Degradation, and Conservation.

Weathering: the physical, chemical, and biological processes that break down rocks and minerals –First step of soil formation –Turns large particles into small particles Physical WeatheringChemical Weathering Biological Weathering / on eligible agricultural land. Natural Resource Conservation Foundation Part of the 1996 Farm Bill Wanted to promote and fund innovative solutions to conservation problems through effective partnerships. Wanted to conserve agricultural land. Promoted partnerships between /


Chapter 10.2 Concept 10-2 We can preserve forests by emphasizing their economic value of their ecological services, shielding old-growth forests, harvesting.

potassium. These do not give the soil organic material and need to be watched constantly in case of pollution. Conservation tillage farming-A method of farming that uses no machinery and leaves the crop residue on the surface to decompose which helps / cools and hardens. Metamorphic rocks for when a preexisting rock is subjected to high temperatures. 14.3 Mineral resource is a concentration of naturally occurring material from the earth’s crust that can be extracted and processed into useful products. We/


Unit 8 Environmental Geology, Processes, Minerals & Soils.

continuously change rocks over time –Recycles materials over millions of years –Slowest of all Earth’s cycling processes –Concentrates the Earth’s non-renewable resources Mineral Resources Non-renewable resourcesmineral resources that take millions to billions of years to occur Ore is mineral resources mined for profit –Metallic mineral – ex. iron & copper –Nonmetallic mineral – ex. salt & clay –Energy resources – ex. coal & oil USGS Mineral Catagories The USGS has 4 classifications for non-renewable/


NATURAL RESOURCES AND ASSOCIATED PROBLEMS UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEM & ENERGY STUDIES DEHRADUN.

continue to survive on this planet, he must conserve the natural resources rather than exploit them. We should use the resources wisely and judiciously without wasting them These resources and their conservation can be discussed under the following heads. 1.MINERAL RESOUCES: Now it is known that the world resources of minerals, oils and natural gas are limited. Mineral resources are of several types METALLIC MINERALS: Under this category are mainly iron, non/


Agriculture and other resources 10-15% of AP questions Resource - A supply of something that can be drawn on as needed Tragedy of the commons – Garry Hardin.

occurs/nutrients deplete Soil Conservation Act of 1935 – made National Resource Conservation Service to educate farmers about techniques that reduce soil erosion/depletion:Soil Conservation Act of 1935 – made National Resource Conservation Service to educate farmers /Governed mining minerals on public land1972 – Mining Act – Governed mining minerals on public land 1920 – Mineral Leasing Act – Permitted Bureau of Land Management to make leases for land1920 – Mineral Leasing Act – Permitted Bureau of Land /


ROAD PAVEMENTS FORUM Legal implications when using borrow pits and mobile crushers for the production of road material. 22 November 2005 Alan Cluett Environmental.

(political) -      Prior to 1994  National Road Act (1971);  Advertising on Road and Ribbon Development Act (1940);  Water Act (1957);  Explosives Act (1965);  Atmospheric Pollution Prevention Act (1965);  Conservation of Agricultural Resources Act (1983);  Environment Conservation Act (1989);  Minerals Act (1991);….. 6 24.09.2015 ASPASA Road Pavement Forum 2005 Legal Trends in South Africa “New order” legislation formed and implemented to work in the post/


LAND & WATER RESOURCES. Abuse of the Land Tragedy of the Commons Deforestation Provide fuel & building materials, space for growing food, cash crops or.

area Example Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act of 1980 Managing Mineral Resources and Mining US imports 50% of needed mineral resources Common Metal Mineral Resources Aluminum – usually mined as bauxite, requires large amounts of energy to process into metal Chromium Copper Gold Iron Lead Manganese Nickel Platinum Silver Uranium Managing Mineral Resources and Mining Common Nonmetal Mineral Resources Silicates Sand Gravel Limestone Evaporites Sulfur Coal Oil Managing Mineral Resources and Mining The Mining/


APES Practice Exam 1. APES Practice Exam Questions 1-5 refer to the structure of the atmosphere. (A) Troposphere (B) Stratosphere (C) Thermosphere (D)

, also known as topsoil. The A horizon is mainly comprised of mineral material. It is generally darker than the lower horizons because it contains large amounts of decomposed organic matter. Questions 11-15 refer the following five age/ correct answer, based on the principles of an environmentally sustainable economy. This type of economy is defined as a low-waste society that uses conservation, recycling, and reduction to keep its use of nonrenewable resources at sustainable levels. A sustainable society /


Food, Soil, and Pest Management Chapter 12. Soil: the foundation for agriculture  Land devoted to agriculture covers 38% of Earth’s land surface  Agriculture.

 Soil = a complex plant-supporting system consisting of disintegrated rock, organic matter, water, gases, nutrients, and microorganism It is a renewable resource Soil as a system  Soil consists of mineral matter, organic matter, air, and water and is/evolutionary adaptations to attract pollinators Conservation of pollinators is vital  Native populations of pollinators have plummeted  Honeybees pollinate more than 100 crops – 1/3 of the U.S. diet. - In 2006, hives died off  To conserve bees: - Reduce or/


Soil Dirt is simply misplaced soil!. SOIL: A RENEWABLE RESOURCE Soil is a slowly renewed resource that provides most of the nutrients needed for plant.

of water through soil. Leaching: dissolving of minerals and organic matter in upper layers carrying them to lower layers. The soil type determines the degree of infiltration/Conservation What is soil conservation? –The protection of soil against erosion or deterioration How can we do that? The Laws The U.S. Soil Conservation Act of 1935 established the Soil Conservation Service. –This agency deals with soil erosion problems and was enacted following the Dust Bowl. Soil & Water Resources Conservation Act of/


17 TH MILLER/SPOOLMAN LIVING IN THE ENVIRONMENT Chapter 14 Geology and Nonrenewable Mineral Resources.

has implications for national security and international relations. Mineral resources All mineral resources are finite but the lifetime of materials varies with the rate of use and the size of the resource. Recycling of mineral resources leads to a longer depletion time compared to those that cannot be reused or recycled. Mineral resources Scientists are developing new types of materials as substitutes for many metals. Mineral conservation and more sustainable manufacturing processes are helping to decrease/


Final Review LCHS 2013. Which type of rock listed below covers the majority of the Earth’s land surface? I. Igneous II. Metamorphic III. Sedimentary A.

CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is a multilateral treaty adopted in 1963 at a meeting of members of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and entered into force in 1975/ = [20(35) + 350] – [5(35)] + 100 = +775 Which of the following types of public lands would mining of natural mineral resources NOT be allowed on? I. National Forests II. National Resource Lands III. National Wilderness Preservation System A. I only B. II only C. III /


Chapter 14: Resource Issues future.com/WindTurbines.php

and place value on Chapter 14 Section 1: Why are resources being depleted? http://www.conserve-energy- future.com/WindTurbines.php http://www.flickr.com/photos/97705796@N00/2916417753/ Resources They are substances in the environment that are useful to people They include water, air, soil, minerals, plants, animals, etc… There are lots of issues about resources: – They are finite, although many can be reused or/


APES Practice Exam 1. APES Practice Exam Questions 1-5 refer to the structure of the atmosphere. (A) Troposphere (B) Stratosphere (C) Thermosphere (D)

, also known as topsoil. The A horizon is mainly comprised of mineral material. It is generally darker than the lower horizons because it contains large amounts of decomposed organic matter. Questions 11-15 refer the following five age/ correct answer, based on the principles of an environmentally sustainable economy. This type of economy is defined as a low-waste society that uses conservation, recycling, and reduction to keep its use of nonrenewable resources at sustainable levels. A sustainable society /


Food, Soil, and Pest Management Chapter 12. Soil: the foundation for agriculture  Land devoted to agriculture covers 38% of Earth’s land surface  Agriculture.

 Soil = a complex plant-supporting system consisting of disintegrated rock, organic matter, water, gases, nutrients, and microorganism It is a renewable resource Soil as a system  Soil consists of mineral matter, organic matter, air, and water and is/evolutionary adaptations to attract pollinators Conservation of pollinators is vital  Native populations of pollinators have plummeted  Honeybees pollinate more than 100 crops – 1/3 of the U.S. diet. - In 2006, hives died off  To conserve bees: - Reduce or/


Land and Water Use Part One 10-15% of AP exam. Table 12-1, p. 277.

Did 1872Mining ActGoverned prospecting and mining of minerals on publicly owned land 1920Mineral Leasing ActPermitted the Bureau of Land Management to grant leases for development of deposits of coal, phosphate, potash, sodium, sulphur, and other leasable minerals on public domain lands 1980Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (Superfund) Regulated damage done by mining Laws with Mining DateName of Legislation 1976Resource Conservation and Recovery Acts (RCRA) Regulated some/


APES Practice Exam 1. APES Practice Exam Questions 1-5 refer to the structure of the atmosphere. (A) Troposphere (B) Stratosphere (C) Thermosphere (D)

, also known as topsoil. The A horizon is mainly comprised of mineral material. It is generally darker than the lower horizons because it contains large amounts of decomposed organic matter. Questions 11-15 refer the following five age/ correct answer, based on the principles of an environmentally sustainable economy. This type of economy is defined as a low-waste society that uses conservation, recycling, and reduction to keep its use of nonrenewable resources at sustainable levels. A sustainable society /


Chapter 2 The origins of the sustainability problem.

resources Stock resourcesFlow resources Solar radiation, wave and wind power Renewable resources Nonrenewable resources Energy resources Mineral resources Classification of natural resources Productive resource services Natural resources used in production are of several types. One characteristic: does the resource/ balance principle ‘The materials balance principle’ : also known as the law of conservation of mass; matter can neither be created nor destroyed. Economic activity essentially involves /


Mineral reserves or Ore reserves that are valuable and legally and economically and technically feasible to extract Mineral resources in India are adequately.

consumption. Non-renewable resources take hundreds, thousand and even millions of years to be made. Oil, minerals, and soil are examples of these. Fossil fuels non-renewable acid rain greenhouse effect readily available easily transported low fuel cost low building costs short start-up times inefficient Advantages of fossil fuels Disadvantages of fossil fuels 6/28/2016Source:Confidential 41 Role of an individual to conserve energy sources Domestic/


APES Practice Exam 1. APES Practice Exam Questions 1-5 refer to the structure of the atmosphere. (A) Troposphere (B) Stratosphere (C) Thermosphere (D)

, also known as topsoil. The A horizon is mainly comprised of mineral material. It is generally darker than the lower horizons because it contains large amounts of decomposed organic matter. Questions 11-15 refer the following five age/ correct answer, based on the principles of an environmentally sustainable economy. This type of economy is defined as a low-waste society that uses conservation, recycling, and reduction to keep its use of nonrenewable resources at sustainable levels. A sustainable society /


1 Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Overview of Oil and Gas Development in Colorado and COGCC Activities Presentation to San Miguel County January.

Engineer 2 STATE OF COLORADO 3 PROMOTE THE RESPONSIBLE DEVELOPMENT OF COLORADOS OIL AND GAS NATURAL RESOURCES Responsible development results in: The efficient exploration and production of oil and gas resources in a manner consistent with the protection of public health, safety, and welfare The prevention of waste The protection of mineral owners correlative rights, and The avoidance of adverse environmental impacts COLORADO OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION MISSION STATEMENT: Executive/


Developed through collaboration between the U. S

decisions and activities must be considered: Distribution Options Blending and Re-mineralization Temporary Water Storage Disinfection of Tanks Disinfection of Containers 1 2 3 4 5 Distribution and Storage Distribution Options F/of the local water supply? How sufficient is the supply? What visible sign will indicate to the public the need to conserve? How will the water utility help with conservation? Ideas for increasing water efficiency Public Communication and Involvement Online public outreach resources/


Ads by Google