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Conservation Polluti

Chapter 10 study

Examples of renewable resources water, trees, plants, animals, carbon,
substances that can be naturally renewed in nature renewable
the practice of protecting and preserving natural resources conservation
any change in the environment that harms it pollution
a type of soil conservation that involves stair like shapes on the sides of hills that slow moving water terraces
substances that can not naturally renew its supply in nature nonrenewable
when sulfur and nitrogen oxides become air pollution they often turn into this acid rain
large amounts of water that collect in an area under the surface of the Earth Groundwater or Aquifer
burning of this can release carbon dioxide, and other types of pollution fossil fuels
an area into which all running water or precipitaion can drain into, often a river or large lake watershed
when substances are changed by a process, usually melting, into another useful product recycle
if a person buys one large container of food instead of 7 or 8 smaller containers made of the same material reduce
soil, minerals, gold, oil, coal, nonrenewable
Created by: hscaggs