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View Resource Where Our Coal Comes From

Coal production is the amount of coal that is mined and sent to market. In 2009, the amount of coal produced at U.S. coal mines was 1,072.8 million short tons. Coal is mined in 26 States. Wyoming...

http://www.eia.doe.gov/energyexplained/index.cfm?page=coal_w...
View Resource Siting a Wind Farm

The goal of this lesson is for students to pick the site for a wind farm in Massachusetts. Students will examine and synthesize a variety of variables related to four different sites and then...

http://www.harnessnature.com/aaaPdfs/LESSON_WindFarmSiting.p...
View Resource Scale Models & Wind Turbines

Visual simulations of a wind turbine installations compared to what they actually look like in real life. These are computer generated scale models similar to what we can do with physical scale...

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/education/pdfs/wind_scalemodeltu...
View Resource Environmental Building News

BuildingGreen provides industry news, and in-depth articles about products, technologies and topics in green design and construction.

http://www.buildinggreen.com/articles/
View Resource Energy Home

Energy is an interdisciplinary technology-supported middle school science inquiry curriculum. This curriculum focuses on the world's energy resources. Students use geospatial information technology...

http://ei.lehigh.edu/eli/energy/index.html
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