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Geologic Resources: Nonrenewable Mineral and Energy Resources G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13 th Edition Chapter 15 G. Tyler Miller’s Living.

Mineral and Energy Resources G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13 th Edition Chapter 15 G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13 th Edition Chapter 15 Dr. Richard Clements Chattanooga State Technical Community College Modified by Charlotte Kirkpatrick Dr. Richard Clements Chattanooga State Technical Community College Modified by Charlotte Kirkpatrick Key Concepts  Types of mineral resources  Formation and location of mineral resources  Extraction and processing of mineral resources/


MODULE 2. MODULE 2: NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production.

water depletion, extinction of plants and animals, fertile soil, forest. Major Natural resource: Forest resource Water resource Mineral resource Food resource Energy resource Land resource Problem associated with natural resource: Overexploitation: leads to depletion and degradation of natural resources. Example: fish catch, ground water, forest Pollution: due to pollution resource usefulness reduces. Example: fresh water, soil Forest resources: Are most important resource in term of providing material/


CLASSIFICATION AND VALUATION OF MINERAL AND ENERGY RESOURCES IN NATIONAL ACCOUNTS’ BALANCE SHEETS Pierre-Alain Pionnier National Accounts Division OECD.

covered in national accounts’ balance sheets 5 A clearer identification of mineral and energy resources in the 2008 SNA (2/5) 6 A clearer identification of mineral and energy resources in the 2008 SNA (3/5) Coverage of mineral and energy resources in the Australian balance sheets 7 A clearer identification of mineral and energy resources in the 2008 SNA (4/5) Coverage of mineral and energy resources in the Canadian balance sheets Recommendation #1: The 2008 SNA should explicitly/


Definition and classification of assets in the revised SEEA

Mineral and energy resources SNA 2008 Mineral and energy resources consist of mineral and energy reserves located on or below the earth’s surface that are economically exploitable, given current technology and relative prices SEEA-2003 Mineral and energy resources include subsoil deposits of fossil fuels, metallic minerals and non-metallic minerals Revised SEEA- proposal Mineral and energy resources include known deposits of mineral and energy resources such as petroleum resources, non-metallic minerals and/


Vince Matthews Director Colorado Geological Survey The Global Scramble for Minerals and Energy Its Impact on America.

Vince Matthews Director Colorado Geological Survey The Global Scramble for Minerals and Energy Its Impact on America Mike King, Executive Director YOUR Geological Survey !!! Geology of Water Resources Promote Mineral and Energy Resources Colorado Avalanche Information Center Geologic Hazards Educate Assist State and Federal Agencies Everything you need to know about Mineral and Energy in Colorado Production of Natural Resources is an Important Part of Colorados Economy $11.6 billion Revenue comparison of /


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method of laser fluorescence. Stationary part of the complex «POISK» (technology fragments) Recording of the information energy spectra of the uranium ore samples and associated robbing Stationary part of the complex «POISK» (technology fragments) Recording the holographic sample tests at the database. Identification of the commercial mineral resources by means of comparing samples with the database (complex «Spectrum»). Decoding of the photography materials at/


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Jordan Renewable Energy Law & Energy Efficiency Fund ________________________________ Ziad Jebril Sabra Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Forum 7th June 2010 - Amman Energy Demand Jordan witnesses high growth of energy demand Period Electricity Demand Growth (%) Primary Energy Demand Growth (%) (2008-2020) 7.4 5.5 Electricity Generated Capacity to Meet Future Demand. Growth of Primary Energy Demand 5.5% هناك عدد من المتغيرات الأساسية التي طرأت على قطاع الطاقة /


Depletion of Non-Renewable Resources Report on London Group outcomes UNCEEA meeting, New York, July 2007 Peter Comisari Gemma Van Halderen Australian Bureau.

How best to view the discovery of mineral and energy resources ie subsoil assets? i.e. what is the relationship between mineral exploration and new discoveries of mineral and energy resources (subsoil assets)? How best to view discovery of mineral energy resources? B1. Use independent sources, neither based on resource rent of the deposit, to separately value mineral exploration and mineral resources B2. Valuation of mineral deposit according to NPV of resource rent, calculated to exclude value of/


Political economy of resource extraction and taxation in Mozambique Carlos Nuno Castel-Branco Institute for Social and Economic Studies (IESE) Faculty.

large business opportunity for large companies). 3 Brief picture of minerals-energy dynamics in Mozambique Dynamics of accumulation – Bases for accumulation: resources, rents and logistics – Strong interaction between the formation of emerging domestic capitalist classes and multinationals developed around expropriation and access to basic resources (land, water, minerals), share of rents and deployment of rents, and construction and operation of the logistic systems – Mechanisms: privatization of all rents/


Renewable Energy Program in Jordan

Law in April 2012. o This law, the first in the region, allows investors to identify and develop grid-connected electricity production projects through the so called unsolicited or direct proposal submission. o the Jordan Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Fund is established, which aims to channel financial resources to that end. o A well-founded reference price list (ceiling prices) for different Renewable technologies/


R U I : Resource Use Institute Devoted to the wise use of natural resources 1 Members of the I.O.M.M.M. 9 th February 2005 19.00 hours. Lecture by C I.

Instruments in place to encourage early investment.  Encourage leading U.K. energy and minerals companies to work together. R U I : Resource Use Institute Devoted to the wise use of natural resources 40 Conclusions  Scotland has World-class natural resources of renewable energy and coastal mineral resources. Renewable energy has problems of intermittent generation and / or variable base load.  The working of a non-renewable mineral resource can pump-prime sustainable development.  Green Aggregates/


Conservation of Resources by Designing a Meccano for Temporary Constructions W. Debacker – A. Paduart – C. Henrotay – N. De Temmerman – W.P. De Wilde –

8M 16 Conservation of resources What are the environmental benefits of this 4Dimensional Design approach? Environmental load? Potential savings on embodied energy and natural resources CASE: temporary construction (PSO) Conservation of Resources By Designing a Meccano /Qualitative use Design for Disassembly Design for Maintenance REF 1 2 3 usetransportinitial embodiedre-invested embodied ENERGY MINERALS REF123 123 reduction of OE reuse of sound components longer lifespan components PSO Office 21 /


Earth’s Natural Resources and Human Impacts Designed to meet South Carolina Department of Education 2005 Science Academic Standards.

.5Standard 8-3.5: Summarize the importance of minerals, ores, and fossil fuels as Earth resources on the basis of their physical and chemical properties Ores, Minerals and Fossil Fuels Introduction: Problems with our energy sources and supply (i.e. pollution, foreign oil) have become an important conservational and political topics over the past 25 years. Alternate energy sources such as wind, water, and solar have been investigated, but only a/


UNIT 2 NATURAL RESOURCES

which will be exhausted in the future if we continue to extract these without a thought for subsequent generations. Example: Minerals, Fossil fuels. Types of Resources Forest Resource Water Resource Land Resource Mineral Resource   Food Resource Energy Resource Use and Overexploitation Forest Resources Use and Overexploitation India ideally should have 33 percent of its land under forests. Today we have only about 12 percent. Thus we need not only to protect existing forests/


Energy and Mineral Resources for People’s Welfare MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF NEW. RENEWABLE.

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Chapter 14: Resources.

Chapter 14: Resources Why are resources being depleted? Two kinds of natural resources are especially valuable to humans Minerals Energy resources We depend on abundant, low-cost energy and minerals to run our industries, transport ourselves, and keep our homes comfortable Problem MDCs want to preserve current standards of living while LDCs are struggling to attain a better standard Energy Resources Historically people have relied primarily on power supplied by themselves or by/


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to them to enable them to be categorized as mineral reserves as there is no certainty that mineral resources can be upgraded to mineral reserves through continued exploration. Forward Looking Statement 3 Tau Capital Corp. is a resource finance & services company with a strong track record in advising on the exploration and development of major projects in the resource and energy sectors. The Tau Group of Companies includes: CIC/


Geologic Resources: Nonrenewable Mineral and Energy Resources

Geologic Resources: Nonrenewable Mineral and Energy Resources G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13th Edition Chapter 15 Dr. Richard Clements Chattanooga State Technical Community College Key Concepts Types of mineral resources Formation and location of mineral resources Extraction and processing of mineral resources Increasing supplies of mineral resources Major types, acquisition, advantages, and disadvantages of fuel resources Nature and Formation of Mineral Resources Fig. 15-2 p. 339 Metallic /


Chapter 4 Earth’s Resources

heavy materials settle fast from moving water while less dense particles remain still and settle Nonmetallic Mineral Resources Extracted & processed either for the nonmetallic elements they contain or for their physical & chemical properties Ex) Fluorite & Limestone Two Groups Building Materials Industrial Minerals Not abundant as building materials 4.2 Alternate Energy Sources Solar Energy 2 advantages – “fuel” is free & non-polluting Passive Solar Collectors (south-facing/


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Energy Development-Mongolian Energy Policy and Goals MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY Sustainable Energy Development-Mongolian Energy Policy and Goals P.TOVUUDORJ, Director-General, Energy Policy Department MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 15-16 May 2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY CONTENT Sustainable Power Generation and Supply in Mongolia Primary Energy Supply and Resources Energy Transformation Sector Consumption Policy and/


Uranium Deposits Uranium is a very dense metal which can be used as an abundant source of concentrated energy. It occurs in most rocks in concentrations.

is shown in host rocks of the most common age. Figure courtesy of Kesler, S.E., 1994, Mineral Resources, Economics and the Environment : Macmillan, New York, 394 p. Unconformity Uranium Deposits The unconformity-type deposits are the world/northern Australia (see comparisons by Gandhi, 1995 and Ruzicka, 1996a), the Aldan and Anabar shields of Russia (Molchanov, 2002) and analogous basins in India (Gandhi, 1995). Between 1971 and 1990 the contribution of nuclear energy to world electrical power rose from 2 /


MAJINDER SINGH TGT SSt. What is a mineral? Geologists define mineral as a “homogenous, naturally occurring substance with a definable internal structure.”

low grade ores at low costs. Recycling of metals, using scrap metals and other substitutes are steps in conserving our mineral resources for the future. Energy Resources Energy is required for all activities. It is needed to cook, to provide light and heat, to propel vehicles and to drive machinery in industries Energy resources can be classified as conventional and nonconventional sources. Conventional sources include: firewood, cattle dung cake, coal, petroleum/


GEOG 135 – Economic Geography Professor: Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue Hofstra University, Department of Global Studies & Geography Topic 4 – Natural Resources.

Paul Rodrigue A – TYPES OF RESOURCES 1.Resources and Reserves 2.The Renewable / Non-Renewable Dichotomy 3.Resources, Technology and Society 4.Minerals © Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue 1. Resources and Reserves ■ Context A resource is something held in reserve that/ and storage facilities. Structures and methods for transporting hydrogen. Fueling stations for hydrogen-powered applications. © Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue 2. Hydrogen and Fuel Cells ■ Hydrogen production Not naturally occurring; secondary energy resources./


Chapter 21: Resources of Minerals and Energy. Introduction: Natural Resources And Human History (1)  Over one hundred sixty thousand years ago, our ancestors.

Chapter 21: Resources of Minerals and Energy Introduction: Natural Resources And Human History (1)  Over one hundred sixty thousand years ago, our ancestors probably began to use flint, chert, and obsidian to make tools.  Metals were first used more than 20,000 years ago.  Copper and gold were the earliest metals used.  By 6000 years ago, our ancestors extracted copper by smelting.  Before another thousand years had passed, they/


Chapter 14 Resource Issues By Eugene Stanton.

of people everywhere. Resource Depletion Energy resources Mineral resources Fossil fuel supply Distribution of fossil fuels World petroleum control Nonrenewable substitutes Mineral resources Nonmetallic minerals Metallic minerals Value of Resources Natural resources have little value in and of themselves. Their value derives from their usefulness to humans, especially in production. Two kinds of natural resources are especially valuable to humans: minerals and energy resources. More developed countries/


Class 2b: Natural Resources and Energy. Today’s class What is a resource? Ecological footprints Natural resources and resource-based economies Example:

Useful to society Able to be exploited (used) Availability depends on: –Physical characteristics of the resource –Economic and technological condition of society Renewable resources Regenerated as fast as they’re used Energy sources Potentially renewable: must be carefully managed –Water –Forests –Soils Nonrenewable resources Finite on a human time scale All minerals Fossil fuels –Generated like sedimentary rocks –Coal, oil, natural gas Tragedy of the commons/


Class 2b: Natural Resources and Energy. Today’s class What is a resource? Ecological footprints Natural resources and resource-based economies Example:

Useful to society Able to be exploited (used) Availability depends on: –Physical characteristics of the resource –Economic and technological condition of society Renewable resources Regenerated as fast as they’re used Energy sources Potentially renewable: must be carefully managed –Water –Forests –Soils Nonrenewable resources Finite on a human time scale All minerals Fossil fuels –Generated like sedimentary rocks –Coal, oil, natural gas Tragedy of the commons/


Chapter 5: Ecological Economics by Herman Daly & Josh Farley

Daly & Josh Farley Chapter Overview Fossil Fuels Mineral Resources Water Ricardian Land Solar Energy Key Question: How do the laws of thermodynamics, the distinctions between stock-flow and fund-service resources, and the concepts of excludability and rivalness relate to these resources? Fossil Fuels Crude oil 38% of energy for global economy Coal 25% of energy for global economy Natural Gas 22% of energy for global economy TOTAL (fossil fuel) 85/


Natural Resources…. Montana’s Path To Prosperity A Presentation by Eric Olsen Presented at The First Annual Tea Party Convention, Friday, February 18,

at The First Annual Tea Party Convention, Friday, February 18, 2011 Why are Natural Resources Undeveloped in Montana 1.Insufficient supplies of oil, gas, timber, minerals and coal? 2.Low commodity prices? 3.Low Demand for Commodities? 4.Poor economic conditions?/-$ -- million-$-- million to MT o State Revenues –O&G&Coal&Minerals&Timber- $221 million US Oil Consumption Sources 4.4 billion bbls/year $300 billion/year BHO Energy Plan Exxon controls approx. 2% of world oil supply Conclusions o Government/


Unit 3: Earth Materials Lesson 4: Non-Renewable Energy Resources

Ex.) all metals such as gold, silver, iron, copper, and aluminum; nonmetals such as sand, gravel, limestone, and sulfur; and energy resources such as coal, oil, natural gas, and uranium Some geological resources can be reused, but most of them, especially the energy resources, are destroyed by use Metals and Nonmetals All metallic and many important nonmetallic elements can be obtained from minerals Some elements are attached to, but not chemically bonded/


Course Requirements, Syllabus, and Review Topics by unit

minerals, sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic. Geology explains the processes that create and wear down rocks. This section of the course will also cover earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes and plate tectonics. We will learn some of the characteristics of rocks and minerals, and/that flows into it from the Detroit River. Natural resources-Materials and energy sources found in the environment. Many natural resources especially fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas) are considered non-renewable. They will renew /


China Mining 2012 Uncovering Australia’s mineral resource potential: Hidden treasures Andy Barnicoat Chief, Minerals and Natural Hazards Division, Geoscience.

China Mining 2012 $43.9b$109.5b $34.1b$69.7b Mineral resources Energy (incl. coal) 6.8% 39.3% 2.1% 12.9% Australia’s mineral and energy export markets: China’s growth Source: Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics, 2012 China Mining 2012 Australian minerals and energy commodities production Energy Minerals China Mining 2012 Australian energy and minerals export earnings Energy Minerals China Mining 2012 Australia’s mineral and energy resource investments: value in $AUD China Mining 2012 Australian/


ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF USING MINERAL RESOURCES

.10 Natural capital degradation: some harmful environmental effects of extracting, processing, and using nonrenewable mineral and energy resources. The energy required to carry out each step causes additional pollution and environmental degradation. Transportation or transmission to individual user, eventual use, and discarding Noise; ugliness; thermal water pollution; pollution of air, water, and soil; solid and radioactive wastes; safety and health hazards; heat Fig. 15-10, p. 344 Harvesting Nonrenewable/


CHAPTER 10: GEOLOGIC RESOURCES. The Crust The crust contains metals, building stone, minerals, and sources of energy Giant mining machines at a coal mine.

The crust contains metals, building stone, minerals, and sources of energy Giant mining machines at a coal mine in Wyoming Look around you and identify at least five things produced with geologic resources. Geologic Resources are nonliving materials mined to maintain our system of industry and quality of life Geologic Resources Nonrenewable Resources Oil, Coal, Natural Gas, and Uranium account for 76% of energy consumption in Canada (The rest is Hydro/


Minerals and Rocks What is a mineral? What is a mineral? –naturally occurring, inorganic, solid element or compound with a definite chemical composition.

Mineral Resource Depletion Curves Source: Miller, G. Tyler, Living In The Environment. (2000) Wadsworth Publishing. New York. Environmental Impact of Environmental Impact of Mining Environmental Impact of Energy Chapters 15 -18 Living in the Environment, 16 th Edition, Miller Advanced Placement Environmental Science La Canada High School Dr. E A. Friedland and With a few links and additions by Ms. Wilkins New Yorker Magazine 1. Energy Resources/


Biology 4.1 Energy and Mineral Resources Energy and Mineral Resources.

Biology 4.1 Energy and Mineral Resources Energy and Mineral Resources Key Concepts  What is the difference between renewable and nonrenewable energy?  Which energy resources are fossil fuels?  Which energy resources might replace our vanishing oil supplies?  What processes concentrate minerals into deposits sufficiently large enough to be worth mining?  How are nonmetallic mineral resources used? Mineral and Energy ResourcesMineral energy resources are the raw materials used to produce what we own, /


Earth Science Spring 2013.  Nonrenewable resources- substance of limited supply that cannot be replaced  Renewable resources- substance that can be.

 Gemstones- nonmetallic mineral that is brilliant and colorful when cut  Minerals are nonrenewable resources because the processes that form them take millions of years  Air, water, and plants are renewable resources and can be replaced within/ collector- device for capturing solar energy  Geothermal energy- energy contained in and available from water heated by magma or gases within the earth  Hydroelectric energy- energy produced by running water  Solar Energy Converting sunshine into useful heat can/


Energy Resources and Consumption Unit APES UNIT 5 MRS. PERKINS 2013-2014.

The Life Cycle of a Metal Resource Each step in this process uses larges amounts of energy and produces some pollution and waste. Extracting, Processing, Using Nonrenewable Mineral and Energy Resources Question: What are three mineral resources that you used today? Which of these harmful environmental effects might have resulted from obtaining and using these resources? There Are Several Ways to Remove Mineral Deposits After suitable mineral deposits are located several different mining techniques/


Results of the project «System analysis and forecast in the field of science and technology» for «Environment and natural resources» sector» Expert group:

threats) 1. Reduction of production primary cost by means of improvement and optimization of production processes, implementation of resource- and energy- saving technologies. 2. Change of society attitude to energy- and resource-saving, “green” technologies and wastes utilization, transfer from environmental declaration to environmental audit. 3. Stimulation of domestic demand for mineral natural resources. 4. Development of domestic strategies by large enterprises for efficient capacities utilization/


GEOLOGY, NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES. GEOLOGIC PROCESSES Earth’s internal structure.

and moisture  Acid Rain EXTERNAL EARTH PROCESSES  Erosion – process by which earth particles are moved from one place and deposited in another  Wind  Water MINERALS AND ROCKS  Minerals  Naturally occurring  Crystalline structure  Inorganic  Solid MINERALS AND ROCKS  Rocks – solid, cohesive, aggregate of one or more crystalline minerals/ higher than 100 °C NORTH AMERICAN ENERGY RESOURCES COAL: OCCURS IN DIFFERENT GRADES  Based on variations in heat and pressure during burial 1. Lignite (low/


Lecture 8 Energy and Minerals. Mineral -A mineral is any naturally occurring inorganic substance or element found in the Earth’s crust -The word rock.

& communication wiring - sulfur is used to make plastics & refine oil Mineral -Mineral resources are deposits of minerals in such quantities and of a particular grade that there are reasonable prospects for economic extraction. -Mineral reserves are mineral deposits that are profitable to extract -A country’s mineral reserves is only a part of its total mineral resources Jamaica’s Bauxite Resources Total Reserves estimated at 2 billion tons Mining - the various/


Ch 1 The Nature of Science Steps to the Scientific Method: 1. State the Problem 2. Research 3. Form an Hypothesis 4. Experiment 5. Analyze and Record.

What causes sedimentary rocks to form in layers? A sedimentary rock forms when sediments are pressed and cemented together, or when minerals form from solutions. The sediments get packed together forming layers. Explain how loose sediment can eventually/ and all the planets and other objects condensed from a large cloud of gas, ice, and dust about 5 billion years ago. That cloud is called a nebula. Ch 24 Energy and Energy Resources What is Energy Energy is the ability to cause change. Energy Transformations/


“..specific (RDP) policies aim to expand the competitive advantage already enjoyed by the mining and capital and energy-intensive mineral processing and.

state-owned mining company that … promotes beneficiation, as well as greater utilisation of the mineral resource base of the country for developmental purposes, including potentially through a sovereign wealth fund.” “Refocusing the beneficiation strategy to support fabrication (stage 4) (rather than only smelting and refining, which are both capital and energy intensive), including stronger measures to address uncompetitive pricing of intermediate inputs, such as where/


Geologic Resources: Nonrenewable Mineral and Energy Resources Chapter 15 G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13th Edition Chapter 15 G. Tyler Miller’s.

Geologic Resources: Nonrenewable Mineral and Energy Resources Chapter 15 G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13th Edition Chapter 15 G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13th Edition What is a mineral? Mineral  element/compound of elements naturally occurring in the Earth’s crust Where are minerals found? Rocks  combinations of minerals collectively known as a “rock” Ore/Ore Body  concentrated mineral chunk that can be mined for/


4th Meeting of the UNSD Oslo City Group on Energy Statistics, Ottawa, 2-6 February 2009 George Kowalski Former Director, Sustainable Energy Division, UNECE.

-6 February 2009 4 One common code for multiple users… Energy policy formulation National resource management Business process management Financial reporting United Nations Framework Classification for Fossil Energy and Mineral Resources (UNFC) is for both minerals and fossil energy (coal and petroleum) 4th Meeting of the UNSD Oslo City Group on Energy Statistics, Ottawa, 2-6 February 2009 5 Classification of Resources and Reserves in Compliance with International Standards UNFC is an umbrella/


Geologic Resources: Nonrenewable Mineral and Energy Resources G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 12 th Edition Chapter 14 G. Tyler Miller’s Living.

Resources: Nonrenewable Mineral and Energy Resources G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 12 th Edition Chapter 14 G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 12 th Edition Chapter 14 Dr. Richard Clements Chattanooga State Technical Community College Dr. Richard Clements Chattanooga State Technical Community College Key Concepts  Types of mineral resources  Formation and location of mineral resources  Extraction and processing of mineral resources  Increasing supplies of mineral resources/


Earth’s Natural Resources Chapter 4  Energy and Mineral Resources  Alternative Energy Resources  Wind, Air, and Land Resources  Protecting Resources.

life?  Soil - to grow the food you eat  Forests - to build your home, furniture, paper…  Petroleum - Energy, plastics…  Minerals - makeup, coins in your pocket…  Removing and using these resources can take a heavy toll on the environment!  Land provides soil and forests, as well as mineral and energy resources.  How do land resources impact your daily life?  Soil - to grow the food you eat  Forests - to build your home, furniture/


Falcon Focus LIST THE EARTH LAYERS IN ORDER AND EXPLAIN THE SINIFIGANCE OF EACH ONE OF THEM (6).LIST THE EARTH LAYERS IN ORDER AND EXPLAIN THE SINIFIGANCE.

THEM (6). Essential Question: What is the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources? Give examples of each Homework Vocabulary Words Rock, Mineral, Ore, Fossil Fuels, nonrenewable, renewable, coal, petroleum oil, and natural gas, ORGANIC, INORGANIC and alternative energy Energy Resources 8.3.5 Summarize the importance of minerals, ores, and fossil fuels as Earth resources on the basis of their physical and chemical properties. Read the following to determine the difference between/


CHAPTER 3 NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are the source which are useful to man or it can be transformed into a useful product. 1.

problems. 5. Subsidence of land Mainly underground mining results in cracks in houses, tilting of buildings and bending of rail tracks. 38 Effects of over exploitation of minerals 1. Rapid depletion of mineral deposits 2. Wastage 3. Environmental pollution 4. Needs heavy energy requirements. Management of mineral resources 1. The efficient use and protection of mineral resources. 2. Modernisation of mining industries 3. Search for new deposit 4. Reuse/


SGES 1302 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SYSTEM Lecture 19: Natural Resources.

6% of the world’s population, they consume approximately 30% of Earth’s mineral and energy resources each year. Energy and resources are required to transport many resources from their point of origin to the places where they are being consumed. 4 Resources from Earth’s Crust Land resources – Land provides places for humans and other organisms to live and interact. Land also provides spaces for the growth of crops, forests, grasslands/


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