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  • 1. Describe Transfer and Transformation • Transfer - just a movement from one place to another ….water mountain to ocean.. • Transformation - actual change of state or material -- liquid water/evaporates… CO2 to sugars/starch in plant . 5/13/2013 Author-Guru IB/ESS 1
  • 2. Distinguish flows and storage • Flows are input and output • exmple….input food -- output wastes energy • Storage -- usually a transformation into a form of matter/energy that can be used later…… 5/13/2013 Author-Guru IB/ESS 2
  • 3. Construct & Analyse Quantitative Models • Actually draw or analyse a drawing of flows (inputs/outputs) and storage 5/13/2013 Author-Guru IB/ESS 3
  • 4. Evaluate the strengths and limitations of models QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. www.paisley.ac.uk 5/13/2013 Author-Guru IB/ESS 4

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