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1 What is a non-renewable resource and give me one example.
1 a resource that cant be renewed in a reasonable amount of time like oil, coal, gasoline, gems, or soil Home
2 Describe the 3 layers of soil.
2 topsoil has mostly dead plant and animal materials, subsoil has mostly small rocks and pebbles, and bedrock has mostly large chunks of solid rock.
3 What is humus?
3 the most fertile type of soil made up of decayed plants and animals
4 What is soil conservation?
4 doing things to keep the soil from eroding
5 What is weathering?
5 the process that breaks up rocks into soil
6 What is erosion?
6 the process by which wind and moving water transfer small bits of rock
7 Name three ways you could classify soil.
7 color, texture, absorbtion
8 When would you use terracing to conserve soil?
8 when you are trying to plant along the steep side of a mountain or hill
9 When would you use contour plowing to conserve soil?
9 when you want to plow around a hillside
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