Course Units

CLASSWORK:
M(3/27): Resources and Energy Quiz; What are our main energy sources?
T(3/28): How is coal extracted?
W (3/29): Finish coal and intro oil
Th (3/20): Oil Distillation Lab
F (3/31): Wrap up Oil

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SEMESTER PROJECT INFO
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NOTES

Introduction to Resources Powerpoint

Resources and Electricity Powerpoint

Global Warming, Carbon Cycle, Fossil Fuel Formation Powerpoint


STUDY GUIDES AND READINGS:

History of Energy
Read "Energy - The Rest of the Story" pg. 432-434 and answer questions on pg. 434 #2, 6, 8, 10, 11 - DUE WED/THURS 3/8 or 3/9

Electrical generation
Read pg. 449 and answer questions on pg. 457 #4, 5 - DUE TUES 3/14

Nonrenewables Chart
Renewables Chart

VOCAB:

NONRENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES VOCAB - Due TUES 3/28

1. Crude oil / petroleum
2. Hydrocarbon
3. Refining
4. Fractional distillation
5. Strip mining
6. Reclamation
7. Black lung
8. Subsidence
9. Synthetic fuel (Synfuel)
10. Slurry
11. Shale gas
12. Hydraulic fracturing
13. Horizontal drilling
14. Oil shales
15. Tar sands

Complete the following terms in your lab notebook - due TUES 3/7

RESOURCES VOCAB
  1. Energy
  2. Work
  3. First law of thermodynamics
  4. Second law of thermodynamics
  5. Electricity
  6. Volt
  7. Watt
  8. Energy efficiency
  9. Net energy
  10. Life-cycle cost
  11. Phantom (ghost) load
  12. Turbine
  13. Generator
  14. Resource
  15. Nonrenewable resource
  16. Renewable resource
  17. Fossil fuel
  18. Reserve

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PAST ACTIVITIES:

PAST UNITS

AGRICULTURE UNIT 1617
SCIENCE PROCESS UNIT 1617
WATER UNIT 1617
WASTE UNIT 1617

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It is your responsibility to know what plagiarism is, if you're falling into the trap, and how to avoid it. First and foremost, be sure to ALWAYS cite your work, however that doesn't cover all your bases. Use this infographic and the link provided to brush up on your plagiarism knowledge. (http://turnitin.com/assets/en_us/media/plagiarism_spectrum.php)

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