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Lesson 5: Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Lesson 5: Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Lesson 5: Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). Learning Objectives. At the end of this lesson students will be able to: Identify three main examples of VOCs sources that lead to the formation of ground level ozone.

By qamra
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Notes on Cradle to Cradle by McDonough and Braungart

Notes on Cradle to Cradle by McDonough and Braungart

Notes on Cradle to Cradle by McDonough and Braungart. Design and Society. Design a system of production that. Puts billions of pounds of toxic material into the air, water, and soil every year Produces some materials so dangerous they will require constant vigilance by future generations

By oke
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11.1 Natural Climate Change

11.1 Natural Climate Change

11.1 Natural Climate Change. “Climate” describes the average conditions of a region. Climate is usually measured over a minimum of 30 years or more. Climate = clouds, precipitation, average temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, solar radiation and wind.

By rainer
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Spheres of the Earth

Spheres of the Earth

Spheres of the Earth. Identify the spheres of the Earth. Atmosphere The atmosphere is the body of air which surrounds our planet. Most of our atmosphere is located close to the earth's surface where it is most dense.

By helene
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Forces

Forces

Forces. What is a force?. Forces are a vector quantity, meaning they need both magnitude and direction It is defined as either a push or pull on object The symbol for force is F. Measuring force. Force is measured in Newtons. (The unit is called a Newton and represented with an N)

By langer
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The Solar System

The Solar System

The Solar System. by 3H. Saturn. 7 rings Moon- Iapetus is divided into 2 halves,1 dark and 1 light Farthest planet from Earth 800 Earths can fit inside 33 moons . The Sun. I s about 260 times around the United States B een burning for 5 billion years

By lizina
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Planets

Planets

Planets. Janelle Mendiola. Mercury. Named after the messenger of the Roman Gods Mercury is extremely dense and has no plate tectonics. It has been visited by two spacecrafts; Mariner 10 in 1975 and 1975, and Messenger in 2004. Its atmosphere is made of Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen, and Argon

By tejana
(98 views)

Today is Friday (!), January 10 th , 2014

Today is Friday (!), January 10 th , 2014

In This Lesson: Unit 8 Bacteria (Lesson 1 of 2). Today is Friday (!), January 10 th , 2014. Pre-Class: What does “microbiology” mean to you? How do microbes (microscopic organisms) affect us? Write down at least one thing for each question!

By ramya
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Indo-European Migrations

Indo-European Migrations

Indo-European Migrations. Chapter 3 Section 1. Steppes. A large area of flat grassland in southeastern Europe and / or Siberia. . Migration . The movement of animals from one region to another . Birds migrate south for winter.

By aminia
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LAMENT

LAMENT

LAMENT. By: Gillian Clarke. About The Poet. Gillian Clarke is Welsh Gillian Clarke has one daughter and two sons. She lives in a smallholding in Ceredigion. She is a poet, a playwright, translator, broadcaster, teacher and she is also the president of a writer’s center.

By ormand
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Coral Reefs

Coral Reefs

Coral Reefs . Diversity. Diversity: The degree of variation of life forms within a given ecosystem, biome, or an entire planet. Coral Reef Producers . Coral Reef fish . ( Small Fish ).

By rumor
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The Spheres of the Earth

The Spheres of the Earth

The Spheres of the Earth. By: James(Robbie) Nelson. The Lithosphere. Solid rocky, crust covering entire planet. It covers the entire planet from the Marina T rench to M ount Everest Is in the upper mantel Causes the earth to shift Magma makes up parts of Lithosphere

By rhonda
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Ender’s Game

Ender’s Game

Discussion – Chapters 4,5,6. Ender’s Game. “Ten…Nine…Eight…Seven…Six…Five…Four…Three…Two…One…LAUNCH!”. Chapter 4. Chapter 4. "Isolate him enough that he remains creative - otherwise he adopt the system and we'll lose him" (Card, p.27). Chapter 4.

By osgood
(98 views)

Living Things and the Environment

Living Things and the Environment

Living Things and the Environment. Key Words. Habitat Biotic Factors Abiotic Factors Populations Species Community Single Organism Ecology. Habitats. Organisms live in a specific place within an ecosystem.

By nika
(79 views)

Icebreaker:

Icebreaker:

Hello class my name is Ms. Fisher and I will be your substitute Science teacher for the next week. Get ready to have a fantastic discussion on the topic of Evolution ! . Icebreaker:. Before I became a substitute teacher do you want to know where I worked? Hmmmm……… ????????????

By taima
(138 views)

Lesson Overview

Lesson Overview

Lesson Overview. 3.1 What Is Ecology?. THINK ABOUT IT. How is Earth, in a scientific sense, a “living planet”?. Studying Our Living Planet. What is ecology?. Studying Our Living Planet. What is ecology? Ecology is the scientific study of interactions among organisms and

By carney
(129 views)

Planet MadeUp

Planet MadeUp

Planet MadeUp. By Jono the World Creator . Planet MadeUp with the Blue Sun.

By marcy
(61 views)

Acts Series

Acts Series

Power 120. Acts Series. Power 120 ! I n our 4 th week of a study on the book of Acts. Acts is the exciting story of how God supernaturally empowered 120 believers on the Day of Pentecost. A nd has, through them, changed the entire course of human history.

By laksha
(120 views)

Land Degradation Due to Agriculture Part 1: Deforestation

Land Degradation Due to Agriculture Part 1: Deforestation

Land Degradation Due to Agriculture Part 1: Deforestation. Fall 2012 , Lecture 5. Land Degradation Processes. Agriculture contributes to land degradation in two major ways Deforestation Tilling the soil. The Dust Bowl. Intro to Ken Burns “The Dust Bowl” on PBS. “A Hundred Dead Cities”.

By elon
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Astro 101 Fall 2013 Lecture 6 T. Howard

Astro 101 Fall 2013 Lecture 6 T. Howard

Astro 101 Fall 2013 Lecture 6 T. Howard. Solar System Perspective. Sun, Planets and Moon to scale. (Jupiter ’ s faint rings not shown). Two Kinds of Planets. "Terrestrial" Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars. "Jovian" Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. Far from the Sun Large.

By osma
(100 views)

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