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The correct answer to this question is A, OTEC, which stands for ocean thermal energy conversion. OTEC is both a process and a technology. It is responsible for producing energy from differences in the ocean waters temperature waves. The temperate difference has to be at least 77 degrees...

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Correct answer is option A
A catalytic converter is an exhaust emission control device fitted into a motor, it converts toxic gases like CO, NO and HC to less toxic pollutants by catalysing a REDOX reaction.

A 2 stroke engine is an internal combustion engine which completes a...

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A good general definition of ex-situ conservation is “off-site conservation,” or a method of conservation that can be done outside the natural habitat. Examples include sperm and egg banks as well as zoos and botanical gardens, as the previous answer suggested.

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The answer to this is A. There is a need for natural gas to be transported through pipelines. Are you familiar with what natural gas is? This is the type of gas that usually comes deeply from the surface of the earth. This may come with a lot of compounds. One of the most abundant compounds...

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As read in the hunters ed training book the characteristics are also hairy legs,feet and nostrils

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Check your spelling. I think it is wrong, not correct?

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Since no energy was lost, total energy before = total energy after KE + GPE = KE + GPE at the top of the slide KE = 0 At the bottom of the slide, GPE=0

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You have potential energy.

Kinetic energy comes from motion. In class, we discussed gravitational potential energy, which happens when an object is lifted off the ground. Remember the bowling ball and the brick I showed you?

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Identification of waste either solid (non-hazardous waste) or hazardous waste. Tracking requirements- cradle to grave. Transportation of waste and responsibilites with the waste manifest. Issuing standards and registration for disposal sites, also permits for treatment, storage, disposal...

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