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Introduction to Geography By Arthur Getis Judith Getis Jerome D. Fellmann
Chapter 11 The Geography of Natural Resources
Overview §Resource Terminology §Energy Resources and Industrialization §Nonrenewable Energy Resources §Renewable Energy Resources §Nonfuel Mineral Resources §Food Resources §Land Resources §Resource Management
Resource Terminology §Renewable Resources §Nonrenewable Resources §Resource Reserves
Energy Resources and Industrialization
Nonrenewable Energy Resources §Crude Oil §Coal §Natural Gas §Synthetic Fuels l Coal Conversion l Oil Shale l Tar Sands
Nonrenewable Energy Resources (cont.) §Nuclear Energy l Nuclear Fission l Nuclear Fusion
Renewable Energy Resources §Biomass l Wood l Waste §Hydroelectric Power §Solar Power §Other Renewable Energy Resources l Geothermal Energy l Wind Power
Nonfuel Mineral Resources §The Distribution of Resources §Copper: A Case Study
Food Resources §Expansion of Cultivated Areas §Increasing Yields §Increasing Fish Consumption
Land Resources §Coastal Wetlands §Forest Resources l U.S. National Forests l Tropical Forests
Resource Management §Conservation §Reuse of Materials §Substitution
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES
RENEWABLE NON-RENEWABLE Tidal Solar Wave Wind Geothermal Hydroelectric Radiant Energy Biomass (biofuel/biogas) Hydrogen fuel cells.
Energy Sources Grouping task. nuclear oil gas Solar cells / PV biofuel / biomass wave hydroelectric coal geothermal wind tidal.
Objectives - Nonrenewable Describe nonrenewable energy consumption. Describe the production of energy from oil and natural gas. Describe nonrenewable.
Sources of Energy An Overview. Sources of Energy The Sun – Ultimate source of much of our energy – Most non-renewable energy sources are means of storing.
Energy Resources Human Impact on the Environment.
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES Section 12. What do you think nonrenewable resources are? Break it down... Nonrenewable? Resource?
Natural Resources vs. Goods and Services
Fuel Cell Technology Nonrenewable, Renewable, & Inexhaustible
Energy and Sustainability. Energy How much energy do you need? How much energy do you use?
Energy lights our life, powers our vehicles, and runs water in river, cooks our food. It warms and cools our homes, plays our music, and gives us.
ICP Energy Resources Introduction 3/1/13. Warmup Explain what you know about how we as a society get energy.
Energy Resources: The Class of 2016 Name Period Date.
Target: Describe each type of fossil fuel. Explain how it forms, is removed, and is processed. Discuss where it is found and the supply of the fossil fuel.
How do you think you could make a difference in conserving energy?
QOTD What do you think nonrenewable resources are? Break it down... Nonrenewable? Resource?
Ch.9, Sec.4 – Energy Resources Nonrenewable Resources Nonrenewable Resources nonrenewable resource: a resource that forms at a rate that is much slower.
Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy. There are two types of energy sources: Renewable and Non-renewable.
Chapter 4 Resources and Land Use. Bellringer List as many uses of forest products that you can think of. What energy sources do you use? What adjustments.
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