Wind Power

Wind Power

Book - 2008
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Baker & Taylor
Can you name a free, clean, and renewable energy source? The answer is blowing in the wind. Discover how the historic windmill has become today's wind turbine and learn about the prospects for wind power in the future.

Gareth Stevens Pub
This hi/lo series makes a key topic in the middle school science curriculum accessible to students reading below grade level. Clear text describes the world’s energy needs and resources in the twenty-first century and looks at the impact of energy usage on the global climate. The series looks at eight different energy sources and discusses their availability, production processes, and environmental consequences. Easy-to-understand diagrams, maps, and charts, plus full-color photographs support the text and aid comprehension.

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Explains how wind can generate electricity, describes the history of wind power in America, and discusses the different windmills that are used.

Publisher: Milwaukee, WI, USA : Gareth Stevens Pub., 2008
ISBN: 0836884140 (softcover)
9780836884142 (softcover)
0836884051 (lib. bdg.)
9780836884050 (lib. bdg.)
Branch Call Number: J621.45 SAU
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm

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