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Book 3 Ch 5


Natural material that is used by humans and animals. Natural Resource
Natural resource that can be replaced at the same rate at which it is consumed. Renewable Resource
A resource that forms at a rate that is much slower that the rate it is consumed. Nonrenewable Resource
A process of recovering valuable or useful material from waste or scrap. Recycling
Natural resource that humans use to generate energy. Energy Resource
A nonrenewable energy resource formed from the remains of organisms that lived long ago. Fossil Fuel
A liquid mixture of complex hydrocarbon compounds. Petroleum
The type of carbon found in most fossil fuels. A type of mineral. Hydro-carbons
Petroleum. Avery valuable resource . Crude Oil
a nickname for crude oil Black Gold
a gasous mixture of hydrocarbons Natural Gas
a fissil fuel that formsundergrong a parcley decomposed plant materials Coal
a rock that allows fluids through Permeable Rocks
the prosses in which rocks are smashed andplants are stripped Strip Mining
rain that has high concentrations of acid Acid Rain
a photo chemical haze Smog
an energy released by fission or fusion Nuclear Energy
nuclear radieoactive atoms are split in two Fission
the joining of two nuclei Fusion
the energy when a chemical compound reacts to new compounds Chemical Energy
the energy recieved by the earth Solar Energy
panels with wired solar cells Solar Panels
dark colored boxes Solar Collectors
the use of a wind mill Wind Power
energy produced by falling water Hydroelectric Energy
can be a sourse of energy Biomass
a mixture of gasoline and alchol Gasohol
the energy produced by heat Gethermal Energy
melted rock Magma
not ural vents Geysers
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