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Natural Resourses

Natural Resources Part of Earth's enviroment that supply materials useful or necessary for the survival of living organisms.
Renewable Resources Natural resources, such as water, sunlight, and crops, that are constantly being recycled by nature.
Non-renewable Resources Natural resources, such as petroleum, minerals and metals, that are used more as than they can be replaced by natural process
Fossil Fuel Non-renewable energy sources - coal, oil, and natural gas- that formed in the Earth's crust over hundreds of millions of years ago.
Hydro-electric Power Electricity produced when the energy of falling water turns the blades of a generator turbine.
Nuclear Energy Energy produced by from the splitting apart of billions of uranium nuclei by a nuclear fission.
Geothermal energy Heat within Earth's crust, available only when gyesers or volcano's are.
Peteroleum Nonrenewable resouce formed over hundred of millions of years mostly from the remains of microscopic marine organisms buried in thje earths crust.
Created by: arielle_marlow