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NATURAL RESOURCES materials people take from the natural environment to survive and satisfy their needs
RENEWABLE RESOURCES Resources that the environment can replace or reproduce; a resource with a virtually unlimited supply
NONRENEWABLE RESOURCES Resources that cannot be replaced once they are used; resources with a limited supply
FOSSIL FUELS Fossil Fuels – formed from the remains of ancient plants and animals that have decomposed into coal, oil, and natural gas.
MINERALS Mineral – a substance that is taken from the earth, and can be used in economic activities
ENERGY SOURCES Power Plants – burn coal, natural gas, or petroleum to create electricity for communities
ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF ENERGY Hydro Power – running water drive turbines, creating electricity
ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF ENERGY Solar Power – sun is used to create and store power Wind Power – wind is used to turn turbines that create electricity
ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF ENERGY Geothermal Energy – heat from earth is used to drive turbines, creating electricity
ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF ENERGY Nuclear Power – nuclear fission (the splitting of an atomic nucleus) releases energy, which drives turbines, creating electricity
ENERGY USAGE World Population Distribution World Energy Usage
UNEVEN DISTRIBUTION OF RESOURCES What are some consequences? - trade - war
World Resources Section One
Energy Resources Renewable and Non Renewable.
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES Section 12. What do you think nonrenewable resources are? Break it down... Nonrenewable? Resource?
Agree Disagree 1._______ ________ 2._______ ________ 3._______ ________ 5._______ ________ 4._______ ________ Over 80% of the electricity generated in.
Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources
World Resources & Energy Time is the scarcest resource and unless it is managed nothing else can be managed. ~Peter Drucker.
Making Electricity. A generator takes mechanical energy (movement) and turns it into electrical energy. A generator makes electricity by turning a.
Energy Resources Nonrenewable.
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.
4-1. *materials in the natural environment that people value and use to satisfy their needs A. Renewable resources – constantly being regenerated.
A SOURCE OF ENERGY is where humans get energy from Example: solar energy, wind energy, oil, etc.
Welcome to Jeopardy. $100 $200 $300 $400 $100 $200 $300 $400 Nonrenewable Resources Renewable Resources Electric Energy Management of Resources.
Sci. 5-4 Energy Resources Pages
Energy Resources Notes Energy Resource- A natural resource that people can turn into other forms of energy in order to do work.
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.
Alternative Energy Take a look at how electricity is made
Energy Resources A natural resource that can be converted by humans into other forms of energy in order to do useful work.
Natural Resources. Natural resource Natural resources provide materials and energy. A natural resource is any energy sources, organism, or substance found.
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