What did the European settlers of the 1700s consider the most valuable resource in America?
The European settlers of the 1700s think was the most valuable resource in America is coins.
Venezuela's most valuable resource is oil.
Copper is Zambia's most valuable natural resource.
Who gained more from the interaction between American Indians and the earliest European settlers in North America?
Though the Native Americans gained trade goods (cloth, beads, and metals,) the early European settlers gained furs, an extremely valuable trade item. Moreover, at Jamestown, the settlers were saved by the generosity of the Native population. Whites benefited from the exchange much more than the Natives did.
I think it's a valuable resource because it gives water and a few amount of food.
How are the alps a valuable resource
Actually, the most valuable resource in the middle east is water. Because they are in the middle of a desert.
what valuable natural resource is found in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Mexico, and Venezuela?
The most important resource of Finland is timber.
The valuable resource of the Caspian Sea is the saltiness. It has approximately about 1.2% more salt than most of the sea water.
With the growing recognition of wildlife as a valuable resource people began to reject the philosophy that?
with the growing recognition of wildlife as a valuable resource people began to reject the philosophy that what
Salt is the most valuable resource that was needed by the inhabitants in the savanna lands of West Africa =)
Valuable resources in both Egypt and Nubia included ___________.
It has been suggested that guinea pigs might be a valuable resource. They can survive on kitchen scraps and can be eaten if no other food is available.
Rocks are valuable natural resource because we use rocks for lots of things like cement and brick like those stuff
Corn or maze
Petroleum is such resource.
The most valuble resource was FERTILE SOIL.
May be the Great Wall of China is the most valuable resource they actually the cultural value of great wall is priceless.And there are more priceless valuable cultural things in china like temples,traditions etc.
Only if the resource 1, helps generate income or 2. there are others willing to pay you for it.
it could be a valuble resource if we used it wisely.
water and coal
Yes because it is a natural resource
is rich in decomposers.
Fish are important.
patroleum is the answer
In terms of volume and revenue, oil would be the most valuable resource. It is found along the lowlands and shallow waters of the southern Gulf of Mexico.
oil and minerals.
Oil and natural gas.
Gold and Oil.
Timber - 'the cedars of Lebanon'.
North Americas most valuable natural resource is drinking water.
Worms are a valuable resource because when we all make a compost pile they eat it all!( newspapers, bananas, ect. They also help the environment by pooping which makes a garden turn out beautiful!
Germany has extensive coalfields, also agriculture and forests. However, by far its most valuable resource is its people.
It will eventually build on to their economy and be more valuable to the economy.
Beavers for their fur coats.
a healthy population
Petroleum, natural gas, rapists
silver and sulfur
A Cow can give milk.
Does the difference between a resource and a reserve mostly have to do with certainty that it can be mined?
Yes. A mineral resource is potentially valuable and reasonable prospects exist for eventual economic extraction. A mineral reserve is valuable and legally, economically, and technically feasible to extract.
Yes they were valuable to them, they use them to make apple cider, dessert's , jams, and apple pie's.There used for many things.
south Africa`s most valuable natural resouce is platinum. hope this helped.
Land. The basis of all that we are. Not only is land the most used natural resource it is the most valuable.
The fleets of ships which conducted its trading activities.
about one-quarter of the worlds freshwater
used to make plastic and power engines
coal, tungsten, graphite, molybdenum, lead
Canada's most valuable resource is the energy or minerals Canada also has most of the world's freshwater (taking the great lakes into consideration). Canada has many iron ore deposits, gold, and copper in the Canadian Shield.