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Transcript: Coming Soon... Pros Cons Flow towards your GREATER Good. 80 percent more efficient that oil or coal 30 percent more than wind tunnels. Kind to Environment No Fuel Tides are pretidctable Natural source of energy Pros & doodles (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Tidal power traditionally involves erecting a dam across the opening to a tidal basin. The dam includes a sluice that is opened to allow the tide to flow into the basin; the sluice is then closed, and as the sea level drops, traditional hydropower technologies can be used to generate electricity from the elevated water in the basin. Use the pacific ocean to supply energy to the Kamuri-Yuma company notes Pacific 25 years of quality service! Cons Results Some Expensive Limited Spacing 10 hours of energy Kamuri-Yama Eco-friendly, team work, and productive work is highly valued. Notes Green Wave Energy Carmel, California Founded in 1987 by, Tyler Sims. Green Wave Energy Few (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Three The energy potential for these plants are very high. They have supplies over 240 megawatts. Our plant provides electricty to over 240,000 homes. Give your company a green eco-friendly work place. Pacific Ocean Two Make our plant enviromental friendly by using the ocean tides to give off electricty. Brenden Bashore CEO Tidal Energy Saver Green Wave Energy Research outlook Tidal energy is produced through the use of tidal energy generators. These large underwater turbines are placed in areas with high tidal movements, and are designed to capture the kinetic motion of the ebbing and surging of ocean tides in order to produce electricity (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Provide Kamuri-Yuma the best, efficient, electricty and energy saving source possible. photo frame Save over $15 million dollars a year for your company. In 900 A.D. by using naturally-occurring basins close to the ocean, and building a barrage (or dam) across the opening. The basin would fill when the ocean's tide rises, and would empty when the tide lowered. Green Wave Energy Corp. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr details One (cc) photo by twicepix on Flickr The massive sizes of the ocean give Tidal Power a great advantage. Many Assets Important Details We provide for charities, and have given over $1 million dollars map Brainstorm


Transcript: GREEN WAVE To what extent is Green wave involved in seabed kelp ? Introduction I - Business model II - Risks Bren Smith Bren Smith Co-founder of Green Wave Emily Stengel Emily Stengel Co-founder of Green Wave Scheme Scheme Customers segments 2 Market place - Green Wave >> farmers - Farmers >> consumers (B2B & B2C) Customers segments Proposition Value Proposition value - improve environment - farmers formation - development of interest in environmental protection Channels Channels Customer Relationships Relation ship Kelp Climate Fund Kelp Climate Fund Farmers' Newsletter Farmers' Newsletter Community of farmers connected Community of farmers connected Training and regular follow-ups Training and regular follow-ups Revenue Streams - Greenwave >> Non-profit association - Framers >> generate money Revenue Streams Key resources Key resources Materials Materials - Training support developed - The Ocean Farming Community - Ocean farmer Toolkit - Seaweed source - Numerous partnerships that can help Immaterials - Competences Immaterials Humans - leaders, farmers, scientists, organizers, and food system experts. Humans Financial - Kelp Climate Fund - Donations Financial Key Activity Key activity Ocean Farmingh Hub Ocean Farming hub - A Regenerative Ocean Framing - A community hub - Seaweed Source Intensive Farmer Training - 900 emerging ocean farmers and hatchery technicians Intensive Farmer Training - GreenWave's goal is to ensure that disadvantaged communities directly affected by climate change benefit from the industry's growth - programming and resources on supporting under-resourced communities Economic Justice Economic Justice Market Development - Our team partners with value-added processors, wholesalers, and retailers to identify and overcome market barriers for local farmers Market Development Research & Development - farmers benefit from cutting-edge R&D to scale their crop yields Research & Development Kelp Climate Fund - direct payments to farmers - in return >> farmers provide key monitoring data on outplanting, growth rates and harvest yields Kelp Climate Fund Partners Partners Cost Structure Cost Structure Risks Risks - Rough ocean - depends largely on subsidies from its partners - the rising water - danger of human activities Conclusion - Non profit association - To what extent is Green wave involved in seabed reconstruction? > method of underwater agriculture to restore seabed and reduce production > training of farmers Conclusion Why invest in GREEN WAVE ? - to be a reponsible citizen - to take care of the environment - to protect fauna & flora - to eliminate CO2 & nitrogen, so Global warming - to protect future generations - to continue to go to the beach and bathe in healthy waters - the results are positive and significant and will continue to grow GIVE to GREEN WAVE "If there’s one thing I’ve learned during my journey, it’s that you don’t need to be an environmentalist or foodie to be part of building a climate-resilient food system. We need all hands on deck if we’re going to make a living on a living planet." Bren SMITH We did it and you can do it too !

Wave Powerpoint

Transcript: \ Destructive Interference Doppler Effect Reflection is when incoming light hits an object and bounces off. Very smooth surfaces such as mirrors reflect almost all incoming light. A surface wave is a wave in which particles of the medium undergo a circular motion Electromagnetic Spectrum Mechanical Waves 1. transverse and longitudinal 2. transverse 3. longitudinal 4. diffraction 5. refraction 6. the combination of two or more waves that results in a single wave 7. destructive interference 8. visible light 9. radio waves 10. mechanical wave The reflection of sound follows the law "angle of incidence equals angle of reflection", sometimes called the law of reflection 1. Name two types of mechanical waves 2. Which type of wave moves in an up and down motion? 3. What type of wave moves parallel to the wave energy? 4. a change in the direction of a wave when the wave finds an obstacle or an edge, such as an opening is known as: 5. the bending of a wavefront as the wavefront passes between two substances in which the speed of the wave differs is called: 6. What is Constructive Interference? 7. the combination of two or more waves that reduces or cancels the amplitude is known as: 8. the only part of the electromagnetic spectrum seen by the human eye is: 9. What are the waves used for broadcasting radio signals called? 10. a disturbance in matter that carries energy from one place to another is: the interference of two or more waves of equal frequency and phase, resulting in their mutual reinforcement and producing a single amplitude equal to the sum of the amplitudes of the individual waves. ANSWER KEY Wave Powerpoint Vassiah White & Richard Rockett Ms.Pugh 7th period the interference of two waves of equal frequency and opposite phase, resulting in their cancellation where the negative displacement of one always coincides with the positive displacement of the other. Frequency- the rate at which something occurs or is repeated over a particular period of time or in a given sample Diffraction of Waves Reflection & The Law DEFINE: diffraction involves a change in direction of waves as they pass through an opening or around a barrier in their path Electromagnetic Waves A transverse wave is a wave in which particles of the medium move in a direction perpendicular to the direction that the wave moves QUIZ the visible spectrum makes up only a small fraction of the different types of radiation that exist. To the right of the visible spectrum, we find the types of energy that are lower in frequency than visible light. These types of energy include infrared rays, microwaves, and radio waves. These types of radiation surround us constantly, and are not harmful, because their frequencies are so low. Constructive Interference Mechanical waves are caused by a disturbance or vibration in matter, whether solid, gas, liquid, or plasma. Matter that waves are traveling through is called a medium. Refraction of Waves Electromagnetic Spectrum A longitudinal wave is a wave in which particles of the medium move in a direction parallel to the direction that the wave moves. Electromagnetic waves differ from mechanical waves in that they do not require a medium to propagate. This means that electromagnetic waves can travel not only through air and solid materials, but also through the vacuum of space. Transverse, Longitudinal, Surface Waves Ultrasound Electromagnetic waves can be classified and arranged according to their various wavelengths/frequencies; this classification is known as the electromagnetic spectrum. An ultrasound scan is a medical test that uses high-frequency sound waves to capture live images from the inside of your body. Ultra-sound waves can be bounced off tissues by using special devices. The echoes are then converted into a picture called a sonogram. The Doppler effect describes the shift in the frequency of a wave sound when the wave source and/or the receiver is moving. The Doppler effect is something you're familiar with. If you hear an emergency vehicle with its siren on, you notice an abrupt change in the frequency of the siren when it goes past you. Refraction of waves involves a change in the direction of waves as they pass from one medium to another. Refraction, or the bending of the path of the waves, is accompanied by a change in speed and wavelength of the waves Pitch- the quality of a sound governed by the rate of vibrations producing it; the degree of highness or lowness of a tone

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Green Wave

Transcript: ISF + CSJI Green Wave Green Wave Lab positioning Green Wave Lab ISF's Green Wave project aims to build a collaboration between UTS and its neighbouring precinct to transition to net zero emissions. The transition to net Zero Emissions will require socio-technical innovation from communities, the implementation of carbon reducing technologies and systems, accompanied by a change of community capacity, behaviours and attitudes. Lower socio-economic communities are often left behind in climate discussions and initiatives. Many sustainable initiatives have become commoditized, expensive and beyond the grasp of lower-socio economic communities. Yet it is these communities that are the most vulnerable to the impacts of a changing climate. Though its partnership with CSJI Green Wave aims to explore the viability of local communites and their stakeholders participating in a collaboration towards net Zero carbon . Emissions reductions Emissions Research ISF explores emission reductions needed to contribute to UTS Net Zero ISF maps whether emission reductions in Glebe will meaningfully contribute and if so speculative funding ISF explore technological options for emission reductions ( eg PV) and site ISF and CSJI explore social impacts and community and stakeholder participation Emissions mapping internal Emissions mapping external Socio and Technical mapping Green Lab Green Lab Green Lab is jointly hosted by ISF and CSJI. The Green Lab aims to link Green Wave to teaching, research and practice within UTS. And engage internal and external stakeholders in the project. The Workshop (the what) The Workshop A high level stakeholder workshop is held to bring socio-technical system players together. Workshop includes topic experts, higher level stakeholders and people with lived experience Through the workshop key opportunities to reduce emissions and focus areas are identified Workshop would be 1/2 to full day long. A briefing paper would be developed and circulated prior to the workshop. The Lab (the how) The Lab The 2/3 day Lab brings together staff from ISF and CSJI with academics and researchers across the university (TD School role). The lab aims to take the knowledge from the workshop and explore Green Waves links to teaching, research and practice. Academics and practitioners are identified and invited prior to the workshop. Futuring offers a great way to explore possibilities Activities Workshop participation and post workshop exploration Site visits and deep dive into lived experience Identify, develop outcomes and next steps Outcomes Outcomes The Lab aims to explore links to teaching, research and practice across the university. the ab aims to identify areas in further need of exploration and possible 'acupunture' projects. Acupuncture projects have multiple benefits ie technical, economic and social. Shopfront can identify and coordinate teaching opportunities with interested academics and faculties. Opportunity for TD subjects to be formed. SOUL explore links to student communities Possible outcomes Practical emission reduction project outlines Teaching and Learning links Social Impact Grant proposals (explore opportunity for one dedicated grant) Extra Cirricular / Socal Action projects. Links to clubs and other student groups Glebe net Zero Pilot Glebe Pilot Assumption: Appropriate emission reduction opportunities have been identified in Glebe. Initial conversations with key partners is positive. The pilot investigates possible pathways to net zero emissions for UTS and the Glebe community. It aims to do this through exploration via university resources (teaching learning and practice) and collaborating with local community members and stakeholder to identify and develop a series of net Zero projects Glebe Zero Net research and scoping Green Glebe research & scoping Emissions baseline identified Initial technological solutions identified Initial conversations with key partners to scope feasibility Equity case developed Community funding opportunities explored Glebe Zero Net Workshop Green Glebe Workshop Possible invites include: Zero Net experts from UTS, CoS, DPIE Housing stakeholders - DCJ, Local housing providers Glebe networks and key sites - Glebe Public, GYS, Glebe Workers, FLAG, CoS, Broadway, Health Identified community members Lab participants Other UTS stakeholders Workshop convenes to understand Glebe's relationship with emissions and explore technical and social solutions to net zero for Glebe community. The outcome of the workshop should be the identification of key action areas and key stakeholders to engage. The Green Glebe Lab Green Glebe Lab Lab would primarily compromise of UTS stakeholders with key guests. SOUL and Shopfront would identify student and teaching engagement opportunities. Ideally TD School involved. Over 2 days (or 4 half days) the Lab develops the action areas identified in the workshop. The Lab participants attend site visits in Glebe (e.g. housing communities, Old Fire

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