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Transcript of Natural Resources
Resources By: Diego Santos and Mariah Elser
Pd. 7 Natural Resources Renewable Resources Nonrenewable
Resources Nonrenewable Resource Photos Fossil Fuels Multiple Choice
Questions -resources that can be renewed or replaced through natural processes - resources that cannot be replaced by natural processes at least as fast as they are used Coal - Nonrenewable resource 1) Which of the following is an example of a renewable resource? Examples: Air
Living Things -a product of the environment that is used by humans or other organisms Examples: Coal
Oil Natural Gas
Minerals Renewable Resource Photos Oil Natural Gas Minerals A) Oil
B) Coal 2) Coal... A) is a nonrenewable resource
B) is a look-alike of Sid from Ice Age
C) is a renewable resource
D) can be grown on a farm C) Humans
D) Minerals Wind Power Hydroelectric Power Solar Power Living Things 3) Which of the following is an example of a nonrenewable resource? C) Humans A) is a nonrenewable resource A) Solar power
B) Wind power
C) Natural gas
D) Hydroelectric power 4) How long does it take for fossil fuels to form? - an energy source that formed over millions of years from the decayed remains of ancient plants and animals - Examples: Coal, petroleum, natural gas, etc. A) a year
B) a century
C) a month
D) millions of years D) Millions of years - Also release pollutants into the air - Produce large amounts of energy when burned