Quiz Make Up
Masters Defense: Nicole Peterson (November 20)
During this lecture Nicole Peterson addressed the importance of getting the
community involved in all levels of planning. Peterson argued that it is crucial to engage
Oregon Renewable Energy
Table of Contents
Overview of Plan.
Current State of Energy in Oregon.5
Energy breakdown profile.5
Non-renewable vs. Renewable.6
Renewable Energy in Oregon
"Coal vs. Wind." Union of Concerned Scientists. 2012. Web. 12 Feb. 2012.
Since my paper is based on the pollution our society endures from using non green
energy sources, a report on what exactly we
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Assignment
The USEPA now has annual data for greenhouse gas emissions:
Go to the GHGRP data tool at this address, http:/ghgdata.epa.gov/ghgp/main.do;
GHGRP is an acronym for Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program. This is a very comp
Over the 4.6 billion years that the earth has been in existence, life has been almost a
constant part of this world. For 4 billion years life has evolved, changed, and adapted to the
current climate it inhabits. It has changed from simple single
1. Review Ohms law
Review fundamentals of exponential growth and relevant timescales
Exponential growth occurs when things increase by a percentage every year, so the growth rate
is relatively constant, causing the item to increase exponentially
1a. Deschutes County. 1990: 75, 2010: 172. Difference of 97. Which is a 129% growth.
For part B, I just punched in the data to determine the rate, which is the line of best fit.
b. Jackson: 2% growth rate.
Lane: approximately 1.3% growth rate.
Here it is! Please separate your opinion with a different font color like last
PPPM 331 Environmental Management
Fall 2011al Examination Questions
Ten of these twenty questions will be selected by the instructor for the exam.
On the day of the exa
1. Review Ohms law
a. I =V/Rr
2. Review fundamentals of exponential growth and relevant timescales
a. Happens when thinks increase by a relatively constant percentage every year, eg
.03%, in the real world the growth reaches a plateau due to limited resou
Renewable Energy Growth for the state of Oregon
Understanding of the problem: As populations continue to increase and people
subsequently consume more of everything, more and more energy is needed to
sustain this r