Lighthouses IPR 02

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Lighthouses IPR 02

  1. 1. LIGHTHOUSES
  2. 2. LIGHTHOUSESToday we are looking at lighthouses. A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit lightfrom a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire, and used as an aid to navigation for pilots at sea or oninland waterways.Lighthouses are used to mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals and reefs, and safe entries to harbors, and can alsoassist in aerial navigation. Once widely used, the number of operational lighthouses has declined due to the expense ofmaintenance and replacement by modern electronic navigational aids.In Scotland, the Northern Lighthouse Board look after lighthouses. They are responsible for the superintendence andmanagement of all lights, buoys and beacons within this area. The majority of these aids to navigation are provided byharbour authorities and other local bodies under the supervision of NLB. However, most of the significant lighthousesand other aids to navigation outside harbour limits are provided directly by the Northern Lighthouse Board.
  3. 3. LIGHTHOUSES Pictures: ©credits?Today we are looking at lighthouses. A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit lightfrom a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire, and used as an aid to navigation for pilots at sea or oninland waterways.Lighthouses are used to mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals and reefs, and safe entries to harbors, and can alsoassist in aerial navigation. Once widely used, the number of operational lighthouses has declined due to the expense ofmaintenance and replacement by modern electronic navigational aids.In Scotland, the Northern Lighthouse Board look after lighthouses. They are responsible for the superintendence andmanagement of all lights, buoys and beacons within this area. The majority of these aids to navigation are provided byharbour authorities and other local bodies under the supervision of NLB. However, most of the significant lighthousesand other aids to navigation outside harbour limits are provided directly by the Northern Lighthouse Board.
  4. 4. LIGHTHOUSES Pictures: ©credits?Today we are looking at lighthouses. A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit lightfrom a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire, and used as an aid to navigation for pilots at sea or oninland waterways.Lighthouses are used to mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals and reefs, and safe entries to harbors, and can alsoassist in aerial navigation. Once widely used, the number of operational lighthouses has declined due to the expense ofmaintenance and replacement by modern electronic navigational aids.In Scotland, the Northern Lighthouse Board look after lighthouses. They are responsible for the superintendence andmanagement of all lights, buoys and beacons within this area. The majority of these aids to navigation are provided by Text:harbour authorities and other local bodies under the supervision of NLB. However, most of the significant lighthousesand other aids to navigation outside harbour limits are provided directly by the Northern Lighthouse Board. original?
  5. 5. © LIGHTHOUSES © ©Today we are looking at lighthouses. A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit lightfrom a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire, and used as an aid to navigation for pilots at sea or oninland waterways.Lighthouses are used to mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals and reefs, and safe entries to harbors, and can alsoassist in aerial navigation. Once widely used, the number of operational lighthouses has declined due to the expense ofmaintenance and replacement by modern electronic navigational aids.In Scotland, the Northern Lighthouse Board look after lighthouses. They are responsible for the superintendence andmanagement of all lights, buoys and beacons within this area. The majority of these aids to navigation are provided byharbour authorities and other local bodies under the supervision of NLB. However, most of the significant lighthousesand other aids to navigation outside harbour limits are provided directly by the Northern Lighthouse Board.
  6. 6. LIGHTHOUSESToday we are looking at lighthouses. A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit lightfrom a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire, and used as an aid to navigation for pilots at sea or oninland waterways.Lighthouses are used to mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals and reefs, and safe entries to harbors, and can alsoassist in aerial navigation. Once widely used, the number of operational lighthouses has declined due to the expense ofmaintenance and replacement by modern electronic navigational aids.In Scotland, the Northern Lighthouse Board look after lighthouses. They are responsible for the superintendence andmanagement of all lights, buoys and beacons within this area. The majority of these aids to navigation are provided byharbour authorities and other local bodies under the supervision of NLB. However, most of the significant lighthousesand other aids to navigation outside harbour limits are provided directly by the Northern Lighthouse Board.
  7. 7. LIGHTHOUSESToday we are looking at lighthouses. A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit lightfrom a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire, and used as an aid to navigation for pilots at sea or oninland waterways.Lighthouses are used to mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals and reefs, and safe entries to harbors, and can alsoassist in aerial navigation. Once widely used, the number of operational lighthouses has declined due to the expense ofmaintenance and replacement by modern electronic navigational aids.In Scotland, the Northern Lighthouse Board look after lighthouses. They are responsible for the superintendence andmanagement of all lights, buoys and beacons within this area. The majority of these aids to navigation are provided byharbour authorities and other local bodies under the supervision of NLB. However, most of the significant lighthousesand other aids to navigation outside harbour limits are provided directly by the Northern Lighthouse Board.
  8. 8. LIGHTHOUSESToday we are looking at lighthouses. A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit lightfrom a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire, and used as an aid to navigation for pilots at sea or oninland waterways.Lighthouses are used to mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals and reefs, and safe entries to harbors, and can alsoassist in aerial navigation. Once widely used, the number of operational lighthouses has declined due to the expense ofmaintenance and replacement by modern electronic navigational aids.In Scotland, the Northern Lighthouse Board look after lighthouses. They are responsible for the superintendence andmanagement of all lights, buoys and beacons within this area. The majority of these aids to navigation are provided byharbour authorities and other local bodies under the supervision of NLB. However, most of the significant lighthousesand other aids to navigation outside harbour limits are provided directly by the Northern Lighthouse Board.
  9. 9. LIGHTHOUSES
  10. 10. LIGHTHOUSES• You cant copy and paste - you need to turn the ideas into your own words.• Ifyou need to use someone elses words, you must quote them and let on where they came from.• You can only use images (and other media) that is licensed for re-use, or which you have permission from the creator to use.
  11. 11. HOW TO GET IT RIGHT!
  12. 12. HOW TO GET IT RIGHT!• Keep a note of where your source material comes from...• And, as far as possible, turn everything into your own words.• Make sure you are allowed to use any media you plan using...

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