What are different natural resource and explain it on the basis of an living and non - living thing?
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Asked in Grammar
What is the subject and predicate for the sentenceA natural resource is a material found in nature that is useful or necessary to living things?
Asked in Lakes and Rivers
Compare the way that people living on a lake might use it as a natural resource with the way that people living on an ocean might use it as a natural resource?
Asked in Science
What natural resource is essential to al living things?
Asked in Dams
Which is not a natural resouce spider web bridge tree or dam?
Asked in Environmental Issues, Renewable Energy
Is garbage a renewable or non-renewable resource?
Garbage is renewable. There is always more coming tomorrow. But it is not a resource, unless you are using it to generate methane (CH4). Then it is a renewable resource. A: No, because the definition of a renewable resource is any natural resource that is recycled or replaced constantly by nature. A natural resource is a part of the environment that is useful or necessary for the survival of living organisms. Garbage is constantly replaced but not by nature. Garbage is not necessary for the survival of living organisms. A: No, it is not. it isn't really renewable because we really do nothing with it but let it sit in landfills.
Asked in Human and Animal Interaction, Science
Explain why water is very important resource for all living things?
Explain difference between natural and human environment?
Asked in Environmental Issues, History of Science
What is Natural resources and its productivity decline and impact?
Resources which are available in nature in their natural form are called natural resources. Productivity is the average amount of produce per unit area. Reduction in the various process in terms of quantity and quality is called decline of natural resource. Impact is the after effect of the decline of natural resource which is bourne by all living beings on the earth.
Asked in Metamorphic Rock, Natural Resources
Is marble a natural resource?
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
What is the differences between the water you drink and living water?
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between natural and cultural resources?
A cultural resource is any skills, talents, abilities and knowledge a man uses in order to provide a good or service, it also takes into account any made resource used to aid in the production of goods and providing services eg, machinery. Whereas a natural resource is anything purely from the natural environment. They many be biotic resources such as forest products like timber and woodchips and animal products such as beef and fish. Natural resources may also be abiotic resources obtained from non living things such as soil, water and air, and minerals such as iron ore and gold. Simply a cultural resource is man made or man inspired and natural resources are those things that come from the natural environment.