1. What is the ultimate source of energy for coal and all fossil fuels? What is the first step in the process of coal formation?
The Development of Energy
The Development of Energy


2. Which of the following correctly identified the a mount of energy that is ABSORBED and REFLECTED by the earth?

Four pie charts.
Four pie charts.

3. As a substance becomes hotter, what happens to the motion of its particles?

4. What energuzes or fuels a hurricane? (What is the first thing needed?)

5. How many forms of water exist on earth? Name them.
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What Makes Earth Unique?• Intermediate distance from the Sun:– Approximately 150 million km (93 million mi),• Average g...
What Makes Earth Unique?• Intermediate distance from the Sun:– Approximately 150 million km (93 million mi),• Average g...

6. What are the three subatomic particles in an atom and where are they found?

7. What are the three major types of fossil fuels and briefly describe how they are formed.

8. What two subatomic particles are found in the nucleus?
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9. Should you use a graduated cylinder or a beaker to measure the volume of water?

10. Describe the following types of clouds and the weather associated with each.
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11. What are the top three elements found in living matter? Draw a pie graph including the 6 most abundant elements in living things. Make sure to label each part of the pie graph with the element and the percent.
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12. Why does ice float on water? Because ice is __ than water.

13. What are examples of fuels used to produce biomass energy?

13. What is the notrthern most watershed in Virginia?
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14. What are the major sources of the gases that cause ozone? The list several things that cause those gases a little over half way through the video.

15. List the steps in cloud formation.

16. What is an ecosystem made up of?
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17. What is the chemical symbol for sulfur?
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18. What are the benefits of wetlands? 9 are listed-write them.
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19.Define independent variable, dependent variable, and controlled variable/constant. And give an example of each as discussed in the video

20. Why would scientists want to look for and identify teeny tiny underwater organisms (called macro-invertebrates)? What could these macro-invertebrates help them determine?

21. What do we know about the speed of the flow of a river and the size of the sediment, pebbles, or rocks it can carry?
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