Human Impact By: Liza Aghadjanian
Human Impact By: Liza Aghadjanian
Household Energy Usage
It does not only light it is everything that needs energy if the object needs to get plugged into something then it uses energy anything electrical uses energy anything with batteries uses energy
Also using to much energy can be dangerous because the thing that contains the energy can explode I highly doubt it but you never know what can happen.
You measure the amount of energy that you use by wattage. Every wattage that you masseur can be different it kind of depends on how much energy you use and how long it stays on
Did you know that money can get wasted if you leave the light on because energy goes away and you have to pay the bill for just for forgetting to turn your room's light of.
Make sure you use your energy carefully and don't waste your money bills also make sure you turn off the light and don't use too much energy because that can be a danger to the world because
Increasing the temperature increases the kinetic energy of particles.
Air pockets slow the flow of body heat to the colder outside air.
Thermal energy is an example of kinetic energy, as it is due to the motion of particles, with motion being the key. Thermal energy results in an object or a system having a temperature that can be measured. Thermal energy can be transferred from one object or system to another in the form of heat.
The joule is the unit used to measure thermal energy. Unlike other forms of energy, thermal energy is difficult to convert to other forms of energy. When thermal energy is transferred from or to an object, it is called heat. Since heat is known as a process, objects cannot contain heat.
In thermodynamics, thermal energy refers to the internal energy present in a system due to its temperature.
once on the land, rainfall either seeps into the ground or becomes runoff, which flows into rivers and lakes. What happens to the rain after it falls depends on many factors such as The rate of rainfall - A lot of rain in a short period tends to run off the land into streams rather than soak into the ground.
Rain Formation. When enough water droplets are collected in the clouds, they become heavy and fall as rain. If the weather is very cold, the tiny droplets freeze and fall down as snow, hail or sleet. ... The droplets become heavier when they acquire more water and grow into larger drops.
Evaporation from the oceans is the primary mechanism supporting the surface-to-atmosphere portion of the water cycle. After all, the large surface area of the oceans (over 70 percent of the Earth's surface is covered by the oceans) provides the opportunity for large-scale evaporation to occur.
The water stays underground for about 10,000 years then it repeats the same cycle on and on and on.
The water cycle begins with well it has no starting point. But, we'll begin in the oceans, since that is where most of Earth's water exists. The sun, which drives the water cycle, heats water in the oceans. Some of it evaporates as vapor into the air
Important facts and tips on water pollution for children. 40% of America's rivers and 46% of America's lakes are too polluted for fishing, swimming, or aquatic life. 1.2 trillion gallons of untreated sewage, storm water, and industrial waste are discharged into US waters annually.
Water Pollution Solution 1) Practice Responsible Use of Fertilizer, Herbicides and Pesticides. Surface runoff of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers into water bodies changes a water body's natural ecosystem. ... With each populated area that contaminated water passes, it picks up more chemicals and pollutants.
Human sewage or cattle excrement that is untreated also causes water pollution in the same way as fertilisers do. Human sewage also contains germs that cause diseases such as hepatitis and cholera. ... The natural chemicals can cause a pollution problem similar to that caused by fertilisers.
The main problem caused by water pollution is that it kills organisms that depend on these water bodies. Dead fish, crabs, birds and sea gulls, dolphins, and many other animals often wind up on beaches, killed by pollutants in their habitat (living environment).
Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies. This form of environmental degradation occurs when pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove harmful compounds