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  • 1. Chapter 5: Section 1
  • 2.  
  • 3. source: wikipedia
  • 4. source: wikipedia
  • 5. Renewable
  • 6. Hydropower
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  • 9. Solar
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  • 12. source: wikipedia
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  • 14. Wind
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  • 20. Geothermal
  • 21. Where Geothermal Energy Comes from source: wikipedia
  • 22. U.S. Geothermal Resource Map source: wikipedia
  • 23. geothermal power plant in Iceland
  • 24. Biomass
  • 25. source: wikipedia
  • 26. Nonrenewable
  • 27. Petroleum (oil)
  • 28. source: wikipedia
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    • Other products made from petroleum include:
    • Ink
    • Crayons
    • Bubble gum
    • Dishwashing liquids
    • Deodorant
    • Eyeglasses
    • CDs and DVDs
    • Tires
    • Ammonia
    • Heart valves
    source: wikipedia
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  • 33. Uranium (nuclear)
  • 34. source: wikipedia
  • 35. The nuclear fuel cycle begins when uranium is mined, enriched, and manufactured into nuclear fuel, (1) which is delivered to a nuclear power plant . After usage in the power plant, the spent fuel is delivered to a reprocessing plant (2) or to a final repository (3) for geological disposition. In reprocessing 95% of spent fuel can be recycled to be returned to usage in a power plant (4). source: wikipedia
  • 36. Natural Gas
  • 37. Natural Gas Production source: wikipedia
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  • 39. Coal
  • 40. source: wikipedia
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  • 43. Chapter 5: Section 2
  • 44. Land Use Environment: natural surroundings Manufacturing: the large scale production of goods by hand or by machine Colonization: the movement of settlers and their culture to a new country Industrialization: the growth of machine-powered production in an economy
  • 45. Inuit source: wikipedia
  • 46. Rice
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  • 51. Pont du Gard, France…built 19 BC
  • 52. Istanbul
  • 53. Second Level: make cornflakes First Level: grow corn Third Level: grocery store
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  • 55. Section 5-3: People’s Effect on the Environment
    • Vocab: deforestation, biodiversity, civil engineering, pollution
  • 56. biodiversity
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  • 58. Air Pollution
  • 59. Soil Contamination
  • 60. Water Pollution
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  • 62. source: wikipedia

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