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Conservation and Transfer

Transformation of Energy The process of changing from one form of energy to another.
Transfer of Energy The movement of energy from one object to another when a reaction takes place.
Photovoltaic Cells An electrical device that converts energy of light directly into electricity.
Solar Batteries A device converting solar radiation into electricity.
Solar Reflectors Mirrored surfaces that concentrate sunlight onto a receiver that super-heats a liquid. Energy from the liquid produces steam or is converted into mechanical energy.
Sun's Energy Primary source of energy for all surface phenomena and life on Earth.
Renewable Energy Energy from a source that isn't depleted when used, such as wind, solar, tidal, wave, and hydroelectric power that is not derived from fossil or nuclear fuels.
Preservation To keep up or maintain.
Management The process of dealing with or controlling things or people.
Natural Resources Materials or substances such as minerals, forests, water and fertile land that occurs in nature and can be used for economic gain.
Cultural Resources Relates only to remains and sites associated with human activities.
Wind Energy The movement of air that is transferred into electrical energy using turbines.
Water Energy Generated from falling or streaming water.
Created by: tamarablyons