Lecture 17 - -Attend solar fair in Krutch park...

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Lecture 17 World Energy Consumption by fuel type - Figure 7-1d - Consumption is continuing to increase in all areas - A lot of energy is used to generate electricity Fossil Fuels - Account for most of the world’s energy consumption - People are consuming fossil fuels millions of times faster than they are forming o Nonrenewable energy source - Formed over geological time from the remains of plants and animals buried under layers of sedimentary rock o Coal o Oil (petroleum) o Natural gas o Oil shale and tar sands o Gas hydrates Extra Credit Participate in an approved environmental activity and write a 1-2 page report Contact Beth Lavoie [email protected] Oct 9,16,13,30…can only volunteer once….report due the following Monday
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Unformatted text preview: -Attend solar fair in Krutch park extension (near market square) Friday oct 1, 5-8 pm-Attend solar energy workshop at Ijams nature center on sat oct 2, 8-9 am-Take self-guided solar tour, multiple locations, sat oct 2, 10 am- 4 pm-Visit website for details o http://www.solarknoxville.org/event/east-tennessee-solar-fair/-Write a brief report about experience and hand in by oct 18 th (1-2 page) Opportunity #6-Attend October meeting of east ten geological society at pellissippi state Monday oct 11, 6-7:30 pm o http://www.discoveret.org/etgs/meeting.htm o Write a brief report and hand in by oct 25 th...
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