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Hawkins- Energy Form

Energy - Transformation and Conservation

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"The Ability to Do Work." It causes things to happen around us. Energy
The energy received by the earth from the sun. Solar Energy
These are a non- renewable source of energy that are made from living matter of a previous geologic time and used for fuel. Fossil Fuels
Energy that is created through the use of Uranium. It is created through chemical reactions that involve the splitting or combining of the atoms together. Nuclear Energy
Energy received from the movement of the wind across the earth. Wind Energy
Creating electricity by using the moving power of water. Hydroelectric Energy
Energy that is gotten from a heat source, like the earth. Geothermal Energy
The common name for organic materials used as renewable energy sources. Biomass Energy
A way to change solar energy into electricity. Photovoltaic
Any energy resource that naturally comes back over a short time scale Renewable Energy
A natural resource that cannot be grown, made, or handled at the same time as it is used. Non-Renewable Energy
Any naturally found substance or feature of the environment, that is not man made, but can be used by humans and is worth money. Natural Resources
Created by: SelmaMS on 2013-01-14



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