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Regions and Resource

review for U.S. regions and Natural resources

What type of soil does the Northeast Region have? rocky and poor
What is the meaning of natural resource? Things found in nature.
What is an example of a natural resource? tree
What is the meaning of renewable resource? A resource that is easily replaced.
What is an example of a renewable resource? plants
What is the meaning of nonrenewable resource? a resource that is not easily replaced
What is an example of a nonrenewable resource? oil
What is the name of the first national park in the U.S? Yellowstone National Park
Which region does the Mississippi River empty in? The Southeast Region
Which region is full of large farms? Midwest Region
Which region has the Rocky Mountains? The West Region
Which region has the Grand Canyon? The Southwest
What is the meaning of fossil fuel? They are fuels made from remains of plants and animals.
What are minerals?f They are substances made by the earth that are neither plant nor animal.
What is an example of a mineral? gold, iron
What is an example of a fossil fuel? Coal, oil, natural gas
What is conservation? The act of preserving or protecting resources.
What is the environment? All things that surround us such as air, water, land, and trees.
What does scarcity mean? a small amount
How did people travel from Asia to North America? The Bering Strait Land Bridge.
What was the first national park? Yellowstone National Park
Created by: asizemore