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View Resource Shale NET

The Shale Net website provides information about the shale gas industry. Users can click on "Shale Gas Basics" to learn more about the natural gas industry and the Marcellus shale deposit. Individuals new to the gas industry can search for entry-level positions. Listings of professional positions in the field are also provided. Vocational education programs may find the "Learn the Ropes" section...

View Resource Marcellus Shale: Natural Gas Energy

This webpage from the EFMR Monitoring Group provides information on the extraction of natural gas from Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale formation. Users may read a brief overview of the extraction efforts and the environmental concerns involved. A lesson plan and resource guide is available for download in PDF file format. The document includes a number of in-class activities for elementary, middle...

View Resource Introduction to Alternative and Renewable Energy: Energy Flow Analytics

This module is intended for use in a college-level introductory course in alternative and renewable energy. The document covers energy flow analytics. Several useful graphics are included which provide data on energy flow and consumption as well as US transportation consumption. This module may be downloaded in PDF file format.

View Resource Trans Alaskan Pipeline System- Fossil Fuel Transportation- Google Earth Virtual Field Trip Activity

In this virtual field trip, students will follow the Trans Alaskan Pipeline and explore why it was built the way it was and how it works. Classes will learn about the Trans Alaskan Pipeline System through the use of Google Earth. The 2008 ATEEC Fellows Institute brought 18 community college and high school instructors from the environmental sciences to Alaska. They created virtual field trips...

View Resource Oil Refining: Google Earth Virtual Field Trip Activity

This page provides a Google Earth virtual field trip activity. Students will learn about oil refining in this short activity from the 2008 ATEEC Fellows Institute. A teacher's guide is included. In this virtual field trip, students learn about the process of oil refining and pose the question to students of alternative sources of fuel. Take a trip to the Petrostar Oil Refinery near the North...

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