5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Acid Precipitation
- Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD)
- Air pollution
- a Amount of oxygen required by aquatic bacteria to decompose a given load of organic waste; a measure of water pollution.
- b Concentration of trace substances, such as carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, and solid particulates, at a greater level than occurs in average air.
- c Conversion of sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides to acids that return to Earth as rain, sown , or fog.
- d Maintenance of a resource in its present condition with as little human impact as possible.
- e A gas that absorbs ultraviolet solar radiation found in the stratosphere, a zone between 15 and 50 km above Earth's surface
5 Multiple choice questions
- Energy from steam or hot water produced from hot or molten underground rocks.
- 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
- Addition of more waste than a resource can accommodate
- A nuclear power plant that creates its own fuel from plutonium
- A source of energy that is a finite supply capable of being exhausted.
5 True/False questions
Inanimate Power → Power supplied by people or animals.
Biomass Fuel → Power supplied by people or animals.
Animate Power → Power supplied by machines
Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) → A gas used as a solvent, a propellant in aerosols, a refrigerant, and in plastic foams and fire extinguishers
Fission → Addition of more waste than a resource can accommodate