5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Geothermal Energy
- Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC)
- a The sustainable use and management of a natural resource through consuming it at a less rapid rate than it can be replaced
- b A substance in the environment that is useful to people, is economically and technologically feasible to access and is socially acceptable to use.
- c Energy from steam or hot water produced from hot or molten underground rocks.
- d A gas used as a solvent, a propellant in aerosols, a refrigerant, and in plastic foams and fire extinguishers
- e The Separation, collection, processing, marketing, and reuse of unwanted material.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Fuel that derives from plant material and animal waste
- Solar energy cells, usually made from silicon, that collect solar rays to generate electricity.
- Metals utilized to make products other than iron and steel
- A resource that has a theoretically unlimited supply and is not depleted when used by humans.
- Addition of more waste than a resource can accommodate
5 True/False Questions
Proven reserve → The amount of a resource in deposits not yet identified but thought to exist
Acid Precipitation → Sulfur oxides and nitrogen, emitted by burning fossil fuels, enter the atmosphere - where they combine with oxygen and water to form sulfuric acid and nitric acid - and return to Earth's surface
Preservation → Maintenance of a resource in its present condition with as little human impact as possible.
Inanimate Power → Power supplied by machines
Radiation waste → Materials from a nuclear reaction that emit radiation; contact with such particles may be harmful or lethal to people; therefore, the Materials must be safely stored for thousands of years