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Nonrenewable vs. Renewable Resources. By: Brianna Shields March 8, 2005. DO NOW. 1. Which alternative energy source uses the energy from the Earth’s interior (core) for power? 2. Which alternative energy source uses the sun’s light for power?

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nonrenewable vs renewable resources

Nonrenewable vs. Renewable Resources

By:

Brianna Shields

March 8, 2005

do now
DO NOW
  • 1. Which alternative energy source uses the energy from the Earth’s interior (core) for power?
  • 2. Which alternative energy source uses the sun’s light for power?
  • 3. Which type of fossil fuel is made of compressed plant remains, and is solid in form?
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GOAL
  • To be able to distinguish between renewable and nonrenewable resources.
review
REVIEW
  • What are fossil fuels composed of? (How are they created?)
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REVIEW
  • What are the three types of fossil fuels?
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REVIEW
  • Compare the benefits and consequences of using fossil fuels
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REVIEW
  • Determine which alternative energy source holds the most promise for use in the future. Support your opinion with a fact.
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REVIEW
  • Differentiate between hydroelectric and tidal power
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REVIEW
  • Differentiate between hydrogen and nuclear energy
pair activity
Pair Activity
  • Nonrenewable resources include
    • Oil
    • Coal
    • Natural Gas
  • See if you can come up with atleast 3 more resources that the Earth provides us with (either renewable or nonrenewable)
nonrenewable resources
Nonrenewable Resources

When they are used up, they cannot be replaced by nature

Nonrenewable Resources
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Nonrenewable Resource Examples

2. Minerals- mined, dug out of rocks and soil

(Metals, gemstones)

Nonrenewable Resources
renewable resources
Renewable Resources

Resources that are continuously replaced by nature

Renewable Resources
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Renewable Resource Examples

1. Land

USES:

Soil

Area for cities, farms, forests

Produces food

Renewable Resources
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Renewable Resource Examples

1. Land- Problems

B. Overgrowing crops

Renewable Resources
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Renewable Resource Examples

1. Land- Problems

D. Desertification

Renewable Resources
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Renewable Resource Examples

2. Water

USES: for drinking, cooking, bathing, cleaning

Renewable Resources
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Renewable Resource Examples

2. Water

USES: Water cycle purifies

Renewable Resources
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Renewable Resource Examples

2. Water

PROBLEMS:

Limited amount of freshwater

97% in oceans

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Renewable Resource Examples

3. Animal Resources

USES: Provides food and other products

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Renewable Resource Examples

3. Animal Resources

PROBLEM: using too much

Renewable Resources
nys natural resources
NYS Natural Resources
  • Use the NYS resources packet to answer the questions pertaining to the renewable and nonrenewable resources of New York State.