Earth Resources

Earth Test for 5th graders. Students will study earth resources and their definitions

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Habitat

A place where an organism or group of organism lives
A place where virus live or group of viruses live
A place where snakes and birds resides together

Deforstation

The non-clearing of forest lands for human use
The claearing go forest lands for human use
The growing of trees for human use

Pollution

The release of harmful substance released into the environment
The release of valuable substance into the environment
The release of invaluable substance into the environment

Pollutant

A harmful substance not released into the environment
A dangerous product sold on the market
A harmful substance released into the environment

Natural Resource

Something found in nature useful to people
Nothing that can be found to be useful in the environment
Something found that has no use to people

Renewable Resource

A natural resource that can be replaced at the same rate it is being used
A natural resource that cannot be replaced
an unnatural resource

non-renewable resource

A resource that can be duplicated
A resource that can be replaced without issue
A natural resource that cannot be replaced easily.

Conserve

To use something wisely to avoid using it up.
To use something often with the intent to use it ip
To use something carelessly

fossil fuel

fuel formed from dinosaurs
fuel formed from the remains of living things
fuel formed from dead things

Reusing

Using products once
Using products from the trash
Using products more than once

Reducing

Using more a material for a certain purpose
Using less of a material for a certain purpose
Using a bad material

Recycling

Using new material to make old ones
Using any material to make things work
Processing used materials to make new ones

Geothermal energy

Heat from melted rock
Heat on the rock from the sun
Heat from the volcano

Nuclear energy

Energy given off when the nucleus of an atom breaks apart
Energy from the sun
Energy from the heat of a volcano

hydro electric energy

energy made from fire
energy made from running through sand
energy made from water moving through a drain

Solar Energy

Energy from sunlight
energy from rain
energy from wind

Fuel

A material twisted in a knot to produce energy
A material that is burned to produce heat energy
A material that is frozen to produce energy

Bio-fuels

fuel that comes from gas
fuel that comes from the soil
Fuel that comes from plants and animals

Sewage

Human wastes, detergents, soaps, and food scraps
storage of food for future use
The safekeeping of all goods

Acid Rain

Heathy rain
Rain that contains unhealthy amounts of acid
Cold rain used to cool the heat

Air pollution

The presence of water in the air
The presence of harmful substance in the air.
The presence of substance in the air