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APES Unit 10
 
Geology and Energy Resources

 

 

Reading

Need to Know

Turn in

Online Video

Textbook

·   Chapter 15, 16, and 17

Supplement

·   Geology Supplement S43-45

·   Mining Law of 1872 S54

·   History of Age of Oil S55

·   Maps of Energy Resources S56

Online

·   BioEnergy Information from Purdue

·   Energy Primer for APES Students 

·   Energy, Environmental Literacy

·   How Power Grids Work

·   How Power Stations Work

·    Land, Environmental Literacy

·   Mineral Resources, Environmental Literacy

·   Nuclear Tourist

·   Plate Tectonics, Environmental Literacy

Unit 10 Outline

Unit 10 Glossary

·   Chapter 15

·   Chapter 16

·   Chapter 17

 

Formative

Unit Quiz

Test 3/11

Final Review Test 5/2

Homework

Unit 10 Study Guide - Server

 

Classwork

ArcMap - Server

Rock Webquest - Server

Grid on Power Sources

Energy Primer and Problems

- graded in class W/Th

Efficiency Calculations

- graded in class W/Th

Energy Calculations

- graded in class W/Th

Cookie Mining Spreadsheet

- Server

Permeability, and Porosity Lab

- Server

·    Earth Revealed: (Annenberg)

·    Energy Sources

·    Fuel Cells

·    Geoexchange - Comfort From the Ground Up

·    Geoexchange Heating & Cooling Systems

·    Geoexchange in Affordable Housing

·    Hoover Dam and Hydroelectric Power

·    Nuclear Accident - Three Mile Island: What Happened

·    Nuclear Fusion: The Hydrogen Bomb

·    Nuclear Reaction: Fission

·    Nuclear Reaction: Plutonium

·    Nuclear Reaction: Three Mile Island

·    Nuclear Waste: Yucca Mountain

·    Off the Grid (Wind Power )

·    Oil Spill - What happens?

·    Oil Spill: Exxon Valdez, 1989

·    Photovoltaic

·    Snapshots of USA Energy Use

·    Steam Machine

·    The Neff School Project

·    Wind Story

 

 

1.      How does this lab relate to the environment?

2.      Develop and conduct well-designed experiments.

3.      Utilize appropriate techniques and instrumentation.

4.      Analyze and interpret data, including appropriate statistical and graphical presentations.

5.      Think analytically and apply concepts to the solution of environmental problems.

6.      Make conclusions and evaluate their quality and validity.

7.      Propose further questions for study.

8.         Communicate accurately and meaningfully about observations and conclusions.

 

NEED Energy Infobooks

Biomass

Coal

Consumption

Electricity

History of Electricity

Measuring Electricity

Energy Efficiency

Geothermal

Global Climate Change

Hydrogen

Hydropower

Intro to Energy

Lighting

Natural Gas

Petroleum

Propane

Solar

Uranium

Wind

 

9.     

Last Updated: 12/11/08
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