Earth's energy resources
Delaware Standards. Earth's energy resources. DE.3. Energy and Its Effects.
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DE.3. Energy and Its Effects
3.4. The Production, Consumption and Application of Energy
Enduring Understanding: People utilize a variety of resources to meet the basic and specific needs of life. Some of these resources cannot be replaced. Other resources can be replenished or exist in such vast quantities they are in no danger of becoming depleted. Often the energy stored in resources must be transformed into more useful forms and transported over great distances before it can be helpful to us.
3.4.A. Energy sources can be renewable or finite. Most energy used by industrial societies is derived from fossil fuel sources. Such sources are inherently limited on the Earth and are unevenly distributed geographically. Renewable energy sources vary in their availability and ease of use. (Level: Compact)
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