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Uranus

Uranus

Uranus Brief History 7 th Planet from the Sun 3 rd largest planet by mass Named after the ancient Greek god for Heaven Discovered in 1781 by William Herschel Visited by Voyager 2 on January 24, 1986 Statistics Distance from Sun: 2.87 billions kilometers; 19.22 AU

By andrew
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3.1 NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES

3.1 NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES

3.1 NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES. HMMMM. What do you think nonrenewable resources are?. NONRENEWABLE RESOURCES. A nonrenewable resource is a natural resource that cannot be regenerated or re-grown at a scale comparable to its consumption. Uranium- non renewable.

By JasminFlorian
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TECHNOLOGICAL DISASTERS Lessons Learned from Land-fill Site in Georgetown Guyana

TECHNOLOGICAL DISASTERS Lessons Learned from Land-fill Site in Georgetown Guyana

LEADERS COURSE 2003 St. Ann – Jamaica Dr. Bizuayehu Jeffrey Mayor and City Council Georgetown Guyana. TECHNOLOGICAL DISASTERS Lessons Learned from Land-fill Site in Georgetown Guyana. TECHNOLOGICAL DISASTERS. Lessons Learned from Land-fill Site in Georgetown Guyana. INTRODUCTION.

By johana
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How Do Gases Behave?

How Do Gases Behave?

How Do Gases Behave?. The behavior of gases can be described by the kinetic molecular theory of ideal gases. Gases consist of submicroscopic particles moving about randomly with no attractive forces for one another.

By Thomas
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Methane production - Methanogenesis Substrates / pathways Isotopic studies Hydrogen cycling Methane consumption - Ana

Methane production - Methanogenesis Substrates / pathways Isotopic studies Hydrogen cycling Methane consumption - Ana

Methane production - Methanogenesis Substrates / pathways Isotopic studies Hydrogen cycling Methane consumption - Anaerobic methane oxidation Methane hydrates (Thermogenic methane) (Hydrothermal vent methane). Methanogens (Zinder; Oremland) Archaea.

By syshe
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Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?

Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?

Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?. Chapter 3. 3-1 What Is Ecology?. Concept 3-1 Ecology is the study of how organisms interact with one another and with their physical environment of matter and energy. 3-1 What Is Ecology?. Ecology is a study of connections in nature.

By thais
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STP Gas Calculations

STP Gas Calculations

STP Gas Calculations. A balloon is filled with 3.78 L of He gas at STP. How many moles of helium atoms are inside?. He. One-step problems:. Solution:. 1 mol. 3.78 L He. = 0.169 mol He. 22.4 L. STP Gas Calculations.

By corliss
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Monerans

Monerans

Monerans. Oldest Life on Earth Mr. Kempfer 7 th Grade Science. Monerans. Single celled No nucleus Most commonly known as Bacteria Appeared 3.5 billion years ago Most numerous organism 2.5 billion bacteria in a gram of soil How are bacteria different from other cells?.

By Lucy
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The Solar System

The Solar System

The Solar System. What’s in Our Solar System?. Our Solar System consists of a central star (the Sun), the nine planets orbiting the sun, moons, asteroids, comets, meteors, interplanetary gas, dust, and all the “space” in between them.

By daniel_millan
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Current Events

Current Events

Current Events. Format for Writing the Current Events Assignment Mrs. Bachman’s & Mr. Lynn’s 6 th Grade. How to Write the Current Event Paper.

By benson
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Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?. ECOSYSTEM COMPONENTS. Life exists on land systems called biomes and in freshwater and ocean aquatic life zones. Figure 3-9. Nonliving and Living Components of Ecosystems. Ecosystems consist of nonliving ( abiotic ) and

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The Outer Planets

The Outer Planets

The Outer Planets. The Gas Giants...and Pluto. Gas Giants. First four outer planets do not have solid surfaces. Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune They are very large and have strong gravity that pull the gases in, creating a thick atmosphere.

By adler
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Ch. 4: “The Structure of Matter” Section 1: “Compounds & Molecules”

Ch. 4: “The Structure of Matter” Section 1: “Compounds & Molecules”

Ch. 4: “The Structure of Matter” Section 1: “Compounds & Molecules”. SR 4.1, pg. 114, #1-8. 1. Classify the following substances as mixtures or compounds. a. air b. CO c. SnF 2 d. pure water. a. mixture b. compound c. compound d. compound.

By tuari
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What is your Sustainability IQ?

What is your Sustainability IQ?

What is your Sustainability IQ? . Q: Wind, water, solar, and biomass are examples of this type of energy. A: What is renewable energy ?. Q: A fossil fuel that is found deep below the earth’s surface and is pumped out. A: What is petroleum or oil?.

By molimo
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Transition Keynsham Frack Free Somerset

Transition Keynsham Frack Free Somerset

Transition Keynsham Frack Free Somerset. Coalbed Methane (CBM) Extraction Our concerns. The Situation – The Energy Crisis Global Energy Consumption is rising at an ever increasing rate... . Worldwide Oil & Gas reserves are peaking

By kasa
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Australian Coalmines

Australian Coalmines

Australian Coalmines. Truly The Land Down Under. Cold Skin by: Steven Herrick.

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Renewable sources of energy

Renewable sources of energy

Renewable sources of energy. Solar Energy. The sun constantly gives off energy in the form of light and heat . Earth receives enough solar energy to meet the energy needs of the entire world for 40 years. Advantages : It does not cause pollution Abundant availability, It will not.

By bevis
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Biotechnology

Biotechnology

Biotechnology. Stephanie Wheeler. Biodegradable. When something is biodegradable It must be able to be broken down in to its natural elements and must be absorbed by the environment. Most will break down in to: Simple organisms Carbon Fungi Oxygen H 2 O Being researched in Japan.

By winka
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Jenny Wright Product Manager, Green Power Switch Tennessee Valley Authority

Jenny Wright Product Manager, Green Power Switch Tennessee Valley Authority

Jenny Wright Product Manager, Green Power Switch Tennessee Valley Authority. A Framework for the Future. TVA Renewable Energy Portfolio (as of 8-1-13). * The owner of a 300 MW facility is retaining the renewable attributes, but TVA has the option to purchase in the future.

By kedem
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Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy. Section 1- Renewable Energy Today . Renewable Energy. Energy from sources constantly being formed Use needs to be increased. Solar Power. Sun Passive Solar Heating Uses heat from sun directly Large windows face directly into sun N. hemisphere- south windows.

By claral
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