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Natural Resources 5.11C Earth Picture Vocabulary
Natural Resources Earth materials that are useful and important to humans
Renewable Resource Resources that nature can provide again and again in a relatively short period of time
Nonrenewable Resource Resources that nature cannot replace quick enough to meet people’s needs
Inexhaustible Resource Resources that are never used up as they are being used
Fossil Fuels Fuels formed millions of years ago from the remains of dead plants and animals, including coal, oil, and natural gas
Hydropower The capture of energy from moving water for a useful purpose; an alternative energy source
Solar Energy The process of obtaining useful energy from the sun via solar panels
Windmill An engine powered by the wind designed to produce energy from an inexhaustible source
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NATURAL RESOURCES materials people take from the natural environment to survive and satisfy their needs.
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