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Energy has multiple forms and can be changed from one form to another
Earth’s energy comes from the sun.
LightPlants Supply oxygen Feed animals People See
Heat Warms the Earth Keeps water from freezing
FuelCoal Formed millions of years ago from decayed plants that stored sun’s energy Oil and Gas Formed from tiny living things in ancient oceans
Coal Coal is used burned to create power About 50% of all US Power plants that produce electricity use coal Burning coal causes air pollution
Oil Oil makes gasoline that powers automobiles
Gas stoves convert gas into heat for cooking Gas furnaces heat homes
Trees Release stored energy from the sun when cut down and burned for heat and light Wax Made from bees who depend of the sun to grow flowers Releases energy in the forms of light and heat
Food Plants and Animals store energy from the sun People eat plants and animals Food is broken down in our bodies to create energy
Ms. Ashby’s Third Grade Science Class
Chapter 13: Natural Resources
Energy Conversion and Conservation. Conversions Between Forms of Energy Energy Conversion: Is a change from one form of energy to another. Most forms.
Say it to yourself 10 times…
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES. HMMMM.... Energy resources can be classified a renewable or nonrenewable What do you think nonrenewable resources.
Mrs. Hartman Fossil Fuels. Most of the energy we use comes from fossil fuels Definition: a nonrenewable energy source formed from the remains of plants.
Biomass Energy Energy – It’s Everywhere!. 2 Biomass to Energy The Sun is the direct or indirect source of nearly all our energy on earth. Energy can change.
Biomass Biomass is anything that is alive or was alive a short time ago.
Samuel DuPont Energy is.. The ability to do work Samuel DuPont 2009.
Energy Resources Essential Question: How do energy resources affect the environment?
Carbon Cycle VOCABULARY: – Carbon-Greenhouse Effect – Carbon Cycle-Photosynthesis – Consumers-Producers – Decomposers-Respiration – Fossil Fuels.
Natural Cycles Ecology Unit. Water and certain chemicals- such as carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen- are constantly being exchanged between air, water, soil,
The sun is the major source of energy for the earth.
Human Impacts on the Environment. The Environment is the world around us It is where we live, where we go to school and work It everything we see and.
The Air Around You. How long will the candle burn? Remember the activity we did yesterday? Any comments? Or reflections?
SOURCES OF ENERGY 1 Adapted from Ms. Ashby:
2/12/15 IN: What are three renewable resources, and three non-renewable resources? Can you name a renewable resource that we use faster than it can be.
Energy Resources. Renewable Resource A natural resource that can be replaced in nature almost as.
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