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Reid 4 Human-Environ

Reid chapter 4 Human-Environment Interaction

TermDefinition
Natural resource useful material found in the environment
renewable resource a resource that Earth or people can replace
nonrenewable resource resource that cannot be replaced in a relatively short period of time
fossil fuel nonrenewable resource formed over millions of years from the remains of ancient plants and animals
colonization movement of new settlers and their culture to an area
industrialization growth of machine-powered production and manufacturing
suburb residential area on the edge of a city or large town
deforestation the loss of forest cover in a region that results from the trees in a forest being destroyed faster than they can grow back
biodiversity variety of different kinds of living things in a region or ecosystem
pollution waste that makes the air, soil, or water less clean
spillover an effect on someone or something not involved in an activity
Created by: marydykstra