science
Updated: 3/8/2021
science

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  • I am going to talk about the recourse coal
  • Coal is a nonrenewable recourse, because it's main use is to be used as fuel and when it's burned up it can't be used again
  • Coal is formed when dead plant matter submerged in swamp environments is subjected to the geological forces of heat and pressure over hundreds of millions of years.
  • Coal is a natural recourse made on it's own
  • Coal is America's most abundant energy resource, making up 87% of U.S. fossil energy reserves on a Btu basis. Coal is essential to the U.S. economy, providing affordable electricity to households, businesses, transportation etc throughout our economy.
  • That's all for today tune in next time for more talk about is it renewable or not