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Energy: Patterns of Consumption

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Energy: Patterns of Consumption EVPP111

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Aimee Castillon
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Introduction to Environmental Science II
Dr. Kim Largen

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Part 1 of the energy unit
Introduction to Environmental Science II
Dr. Kim Largen
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This 2 page Bundle was uploaded by Aimee Castillon on Friday September 11, 2015. The Bundle belongs to EVPP111 at George Mason University taught by Dr. Kim Largen in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 78 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Environmental Science II in Science at George Mason University.


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Date Created: 09/11/15
I I H H H H H H H H H H H M H H H H H H H Mrquot H H u u u up 95 u 97 l u u L b u tazr u u u u u 2 u 4 student email address EVPP111 0 Fal2014 History of energy consumption 0 necessity of energy energy required for living and nonliving systems 0 ultimate source of most energy the sun 0 human use of energy 0 sources have changed over time I plants animals wind water industrial revolution fueled by coal which replaced wood transition to oil 0 link bt economic growth and availability of inexpensive NRG I automobiles increase demand for gasoline Energy and economics 0 high GDP large amount of energy use Energy Cost of Development 0 how much per capita energy does it take for a nation to achieve developed status see table in PPT 0 Andrew Ferguson should u want to argue for a lower average energy use than 64 GJ per capita per year then you ll need to argue for accepting an infant mortality rate higher than 151000 births 0 Energy cost of increased female life expectancy see table in PPT How energy is used 0 see Table 191and pie chart in Powerpoint 0 quan es o industrialized countries I use greater percentage of energy 0 US has 45 of population but uses 20 of the world s energy 0 how much energy do you use in a year I 300 GJcapitayear US and Canada I Ethiopia Kampuchea Nepal Bhutan 1 GJcapitayear 0 use categories 0 energy use by sector I industrial I transportation I residentialcommercial other I US by sector 232 industry 487 residentialcomm H 281 transportation 0 industrialized vs less developed countries 0 transportation uses 0 electrical energy production category vs consumption category Energy consumption trends 0 fossil fuel and natural gas consumption has been increasing 0 factors determining energy use 0 political stability 0 price of oil 0 energy costs 0 1979 oil 40barrel o 1998 oil lt 15barrel o 2009 147barrel o 2714 9750barrel


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