5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Geothermal Energy
- Breeder reactor
- Acid Precipitation
- Hydroelectric power
- Renewable Energy
- a A resource that has a theoretically unlimited supply and is not depleted when used by humans.
- b A nuclear power plant that creates its own fuel from plutonium
- c Power generated from moving water
- d Conversion of sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides to acids that return to Earth as rain, sown , or fog.
- e Energy from steam or hot water produced from hot or molten underground rocks.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The number of species within a specific habitat
- 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
- The amount of a resource in deposits not yet identified but thought to exist
- Fuel that derives from plant material and animal waste
- A place to deposit solid waste, where a layer of earth is bulldozed over garbage each day to reduce emissions of gases and odors from the decaying trash, to minimize fires, and to discourage vermin
5 True/False questions
Nonrenewable Energy → A source of energy that is a finite supply capable of being exhausted.
Air pollution → Addition of more waste than a resource can accommodate
Recycling → A substance in the environment that is useful to people, is economically and technologically feasible to access and is socially acceptable to use.
Photochemical smog → An atmospheric condition formed through a combination of weather conditions and pollution, especially from motor vehicle emissions
Nonferrous → Metals utilized to make products other than iron and steel