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Earth's resources

Quehl resources words

a material found on Earth that can be used by people natural resources
a natural resource that cannot be replaced nonrenewable resource
a natural resource that can be replaced or renewed renewable resource
a fuel formed from the remains of ancient plants and animals fossil fuel
the adding of harmful materials to the air, water, and soil pollution
breaks down easily in the environment biodegradable
the preservation and wise use of natural resources conservation
a material that causes that causes pollution pollutant
a resource that flows through the enviroment and is used when available flow resource
a rock that contains metal or other useful minerals ore
an energy resource other than fossil fuel alternate energy resource
heat from inside Earth geothermal energy
electricity produced by using the force of moving water hydroelectric energy
collect old materials, process them, and use them to make new items recycle
Created by: wildflower