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Conducting Online Research

Conducting Online Research

Conducting Online Research How to Locate and Evaluate Internet Resources Can you search effectively? Many people know a lot about technology but NOT a lot about how to search the Internet! Do I know how to be a good, efficient searcher? Considerations: 1. Am I using the best source?

By johana
(424 views)

2 pt

2 pt

Symbiosis Water Cycle Energy Pollution Ecology 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt The relationships among two organisms What is symbiosis The relationship when both organisms benefit

By Antony
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Conservation Biology Chapter 59

Conservation Biology Chapter 59

Conservation Biology Chapter 59 Biodiversity Crisis Extinction is a fact of life: all species become extinct eventually More than 99% of species known to science are now extinct Current accelerating loss of habitat 20% of present day species will be extinct by the middle of this century

By jana
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Building Green in the 21 st Century

Building Green in the 21 st Century

Building Green in the 21 st Century Engineering with Nanotechnology Why Green? Why Now? What are some challenges? Global Warming? Air and Water Pollution Landfills Nonrenewable Resources Image from stock.xchng (http://www.sxc.hu/) Global Warming Greenhouse gases (especially CO 2 )

By Antony
(421 views)

1.4.9 Human Impact on an Ecosystem 1

1.4.9 Human Impact on an Ecosystem 1

1.4.9 Human Impact on an Ecosystem 1. Pollution. Need to know. Define the term: Pollution. State areas affected by pollution. State mechanisms to control pollution. Explain the difference between the terms pollutant and pollution. Discuss the ecological impact of one human activity.

By HarrisCezar
(199 views)

Ecology, Ecosystems, and the Environment

Ecology, Ecosystems, and the Environment

Ecology, Ecosystems, and the Environment. Chapter 19. Great Idea: Ecosystems are interdependent communities of living things that recycle matter while energy flows through. Chapter Outline. Ecology and Ecosystems The Law of Unintended Consequences

By daniel_millan
(345 views)

An Introduction to NC’s Water Quality Program and *Nonpoint Source Pollution

An Introduction to NC’s Water Quality Program and *Nonpoint Source Pollution

An Introduction to NC’s Water Quality Program and *Nonpoint Source Pollution. Division of Water Quality WQ Planning Branch NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources. * Also known as Runoff Pollution. Overview of Presentation. Growth issues in NC Affecting NPS Pollution

By arleen
(316 views)

Chapter 3 - Stoichiometry Average Atomic Mass

Chapter 3 - Stoichiometry Average Atomic Mass

Chapter 3 - Stoichiometry Average Atomic Mass. Many elements have a # of naturally occurring isotopes. Their atom percents in nature are known as their isotopic abundances. Isotopic abundances and isotopic masses can be measured using mass spectroscopy. When calculating average atomic mass:.

By ostinmannual
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Acids and alkalis

Acids and alkalis

Acids and alkalis. How many examples of acids and alkalis can you spot?. Acids: true or false?. Alkalis: true or false?. Mixing an acid and an alkali. What happens when an acid and an alkali are mixed?. +. . acid. alkali. Mixing an acid and an alkali causes a chemical reaction.

By Anita
(604 views)

Solubility of CO 2 and Carbonate Equilibrium

Solubility of CO 2 and Carbonate Equilibrium

Solubility of CO 2 and Carbonate Equilibrium. CO 2 (g) ↔ CO 2 (aq) ↔ H 2 CO 3 ↔ HCO 3 - ↔ CO 3 2- CO 2 (g) ↔ CO 2 (aq) + H 2 O ↔ H 2 CO 3 H 2 CO 3 ↔ HCO 3 - + H + HCO 3 - ↔ CO 3 2- + H + H 2 O ↔ H + + OH -. “Carbonic acid”. Solubility of CO 2 and Carbonate Equilibrium.

By salena
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Acids produce H + in solution, 	example: HCl Bases produce OH - in solution, 	example NaOH

Acids produce H + in solution, example: HCl Bases produce OH - in solution, example NaOH

Acids produce H + in solution, example: HCl Bases produce OH - in solution, example NaOH. What is an acid?. Acids are a group of chemicals. laboratory acids. everyday acids. Can you think of other examples of acids?. What is a weak acid?.

By paul
(376 views)

Venus

Venus

Venus. Atmosphere, Albedo Rate And Temperature. The Venusian Atmosphere. Composition: Carbon Dioxide: 96 % Nitrogen: 3.5% Trace Amounts of: Sulfur Dioxide: .015% Water Vapor: .002% and other gases Pressure: Very Dense Atmosphere

By Mia_John
(279 views)

VOLCANOES AND VOLCANISM

VOLCANOES AND VOLCANISM

VOLCANOES AND VOLCANISM. PRODUCTS OF VOLCANISM. PYROCLASTIC FLOWS. Can have large amounts expelled by volcanoes. Particles are generally large. Gravity tends to pull the pyroclastic material downhill. PYROCLASTIC FLOW or NUÉE ARDENTE . Trapped air and magmatic gases keep material

By Mia_John
(191 views)

Volcanoes and the Earth System

Volcanoes and the Earth System

Volcanoes and the Earth System. BAESI November 17, 2007. NASA Earth Science for Teachers. On-line modules Science content Teaching strategies including hands-on lessons Incorporation of NASA data, images and other and materials. Earth System Science.

By andrew
(179 views)

Applying the Rules to Environmental Science: Biogeochemical Cycles

Applying the Rules to Environmental Science: Biogeochemical Cycles

Applying the Rules to Environmental Science: Biogeochemical Cycles. Earth: Matter does not come and go. So… matter is constantly recycled on Earth. Earth is a closed system to matter. Biogeochemical Cycles: Reservoirs & Pathways. Atmosphere. Biosphere. Lithosphere. Hydrosphere.

By Leo
(193 views)

The limestone cycle

The limestone cycle

The limestone cycle. Limestone. Learning Objectives. By the end of the lesson I will be able to: Carry out thermal decomposition of calcium carbonate Draw a flow diagram of the limestone cycle Write balanced chemical equations for reactions in the limestone cycle . Heating limestone.

By johana
(1886 views)

KS4 Renewable energy

KS4 Renewable energy

KS4 Renewable energy. Teacher’s Notes. A slide contains teacher’s notes wherever this icon is displayed - To access these notes go to ‘Notes Page View’ (PowerPoint 97) or ‘Normal View’ (PowerPoint 2000). . Notes Page View. Normal View. Flash Files.

By chip
(211 views)

Environmental Issues in Canada

Environmental Issues in Canada

Environmental Issues in Canada. SS6G7. Environmental Issues in Canada. SS6G7: The student will discuss environmental issues in Canada

By ross
(356 views)

Sulfur Cycle

Sulfur Cycle

Human impact. Storage areas. Sulfur Cycle. Britt Gumerman & Olivia Kolditz. Sulfur reactions. Inoranic and organic. Pathway of movement. Impact of Human Intervention. Refining sulfur-containing petroleum to make gasoline, heating oil, and other useful products.

By kelton
(2464 views)

Chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry. Session Objectives. Occurrence of group 16 elements Oxidation state and trends in chemical reactivity Extraction of sulfur Oxoacids Sulfuric acid: process and properties . Group 16 elements: Chalcogens. Oxygen O [He] 2s 2 2p 4 Sulphur S [Ne] 3s 2 3p 4

By kiefer
(450 views)

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