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Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
Fossil fuel conservation
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Fossil fuel conservation

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  • 1. A. Although fossil fuels provide the energy we need, the methods of obtaining and using them can have negative effects on the environment What are some you already know?!?!?!
  • 2. B. Acid Rain- is rain, sleet, or snow that has a high concentration of acids, often because of air pollutants. Acid precipitation negatively affects wildlife, plants, buildings, and statues.
  • 3.  C. Coal Mining – 1.surface mining removes soil, which some plants need for growth and some animals need for shelter. 2. can also lower water tables and pollute water supplies 3. underground mines have the potential to collapse endangering the lives of miners.
  • 4. D. Petroleum Problems – Producing, transporting, and using petroleum can cause environmental problems and endanger wildlife E. Smog – is photochemical haze that forms when sunlight acts on industrial pollutants and burning fuels.

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