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chapter 7

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trade agreement among Canada, the United States, and Mexico NAFTA
business relating to government, education, entertainment, health, and tourism service industry
older industrial areas of the Great Lakes and East Coast Rust Belt
every country’s need to exchange technology, money, or raw materials interdependence
extra income made during international trade surplus
Earth’s rising temperature, often linked with increased pollution global warming
planning for sustainable use of timber, minerals, and wildlife natural resource management
underground rivers and reservoirs groundwater
governmental warning about harmful air quality smog alert
heated industrial wastewater that is dumped into cool rivers and lakes thermal pollution
Many North American forests and fisheries are dangerously overharvested
At one time seriously polluted Ohio’s Cuyahoga River. toxic industrial chemicals
The Prairie Provinces of Canada and the Great Plains of the United States are often referred to as the of North America. Wheat Belt
Which of the following issues became a major concern of the United States in 2001? terrorism
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