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Energy Resources Notes
Nonrenewable resources A natural resource that is not replaced as it is used May take millions of years to form Includes oil, coal, natural gas, and nuclear energy
Oil A type of fossil fuel that is a thick black liquid Formed millions of years ago Most is found underground
Coal A type of fossil fuel that is in solid form Been used for thousands of years Used to fuel electric power plants Used to burn for heat.
Natural Gas A type of fossil fuel A mixture of methane and other gases Found underground
Nuclear Energy Energy converted during nuclear reactions Comes from energy stored in the nucleus of atoms
Renewable Resources A source that is naturally replaced in a short amount of time or through a cycle Examples: biomass, hydropower, and hydrogen
Biomass Living or formerly living material Can be made into fuel
Hydropower Power that is produced by flowing water moving over a waterfall or dam The most widely used source of renewable energy
Hydrogen Gas It is obtained from water – breaking the H & O bonds. A fuel that burns cleanly, with water as the byproduct
Perpetual (Inexhaustible) Resources A resource that exists in such a large supply that it is considered limitless Includes solar power, wind power, and geothermal energy
Solar Power Energy from the sun The source of most renewable energy sources Does not cause pollution
Wind Power Used to turn a turbine and generate electricity Fastest-growing energy source Does not cause pollution
Geothermal Energy Occurs when magma heats underground water Steam and hot water are used to generate electricity
Energy Resources Renewable and Non Renewable.
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES
Energy & Material Resources
Earth’s Natural Resources
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ENERGY BY: CHARLIE WIND POWER GEOTHERMAL ENERGY HYDRO POWER BIOMASS SOLAR POWER ENERGY TRANSFORMATION EXPERIMENT 1 EXPERIMENT 2 CONCLUSIONS CREDITS.
Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources
Non-renewable& Renewable Energy. Non-Renewable Energy Sources Petroleum Natural Gas Coal Nuclear.
Non-renewable Energy Source. Non-renewable Sources Non-renewable energy source: An energy source that either cannot be renewed, or that takes millions.
Chapter 11: Energy Resources
Energy and Energy Resources
Energy Resources Nonrenewable.
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Energy Resources. What is energy? Energy makes change possible! The ability to do work. Do we use energy everyday?
THE ABILITY TO DO WORK OR TO CHANGE MATTER MOVEMENT SOUND HEAT LIGHT.
4-1. *materials in the natural environment that people value and use to satisfy their needs A. Renewable resources – constantly being regenerated.
15.3 Energy Resources Pg Notebook page 117.
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