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when nuclei of small atoms combine to release energy
a) nuclear fusion b) solar energy c) gasoline d) biomass energy
what is used in an active solar system that is not used in a passive solar system
a) a wind turbine b) geothermal energy c) a dam d) a solar collector
a well that is drilled to reach hot water heated by magma is harnessing
a) solar energy b) hydroelectric energy c) biomass energy d) geothermal energy
energy resources that exist in limited amounts and cannot be replaced quickly are
a) renewable resources b) nonrenewable resources c) wasted d) eaten
energy sources that can be replaced at the same rate at which they are consumed are
a) renewable resources b) nonrenewable resources c) wasted d) eaten
energy produced by running water is
a) solar b) hydroelectric c) geothermal d) wind
One large problem with mining and the use of coal is
a) damage to wildlife habitats b) smells bad c) helps grow trees d) wastes water
Why have nations started turning to renewable energy (main reason)
a) because nonrenewable energy sources are running out b) because we can make more money c) because it looks good on a resume d) because it helps the environment
mining underground
a) subsurface mining b) undersea mining c) surface mining d) placer mining
removing ore from stream or lake beds
a) subsurface mining b) undersea mining c) surface mining d) placer mining
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