103 ENERGY 1 - OUTLINE: ENERGY ISSUES 1. MAJOR ENERGY...

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OUTLINE: ENERGY ISSUES 1. MAJOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PATTERNS. 2. FOSSIL FUEL FACTS. 3. ENERGY POLICY ACT OF 2005. Suggested Reading: Kunzig, R. 2009. The Canadian oil boom: scraping bottom. National Geographic, March issue, pp. 37-59. Appenzeller, T. 2004. The end of cheap oil. Nat. Geographic June issue, pp. 80-109.
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CONSUMPTION PATTERNS 1. USA CITIZENS EACH CONSUME ______________ ____________/ YR . 2. __________________ _________________USE MUCH LESS ENERGY / PERSON. 3. MEXICANS USE ________ ETHIOPIANS USE _________
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CONSUMPTION PATTERNS 1. USA HAS SHIFTED IN RECENT DECADES FROM _____ TO __________. 2. SMALL USE OF ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES (_______________ _____________________________).
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USED AS FUEL, BUT ALSO FOR MANY OTHER PURPOSES. “__________________” WORLD SUPPLY SHOULD LAST _______ YRS. BIGGEST RESERVES IN _________________. Proven oil reserves
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103 ENERGY 1 - OUTLINE: ENERGY ISSUES 1. MAJOR ENERGY...

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